Art imitates life. Life imitates art. In this comedy, when two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads, they quickly lose touch with reality as the story onstage follows them offstage.

THE ROARING TWENTIES

THE SANTALAND DIARIES

This variety show combines individual “acts”; solos, duets, comedy turns, dance numbers, and audience participation. Featuring classic songs.

June 30-July 9

Director: Jeff Messer


Sept. 15-Oct. 1 

Director: Jim Walker

Apr. 28-May 14 

Co-Directors: Jim Walker and Phillipe Coquet 


Disney’s The Lion King has captivated the imagination of audiences around the world. In this family-friendly performance, the African savannah comes to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters.

Mar. 17-26

Director: Bob Reece

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SIGNIFICANT OTHER

Dec. 1-10

Starring: Bob Reece

Director: Jenny Lee

MAN OF LA MANCHA

This variety show combines individual “acts”; solos, duets, comedy turns, dance numbers, and audience participation. Featuring classic songs.

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24 hours before his wedding, Joe’s ex reappears, shedding light on their past. He deliberates between life with his fiancé and regaining what was lost

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This award-winning musical that tells the adventures of Don Quixote as he searches for "The Impossible Dream", will once again light up the HCT Stage after a 15 year absence.

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2nd Annual Benefit Concert Series

Feb. 17- March 5 

Director: Beth Bristol

Assistant Director: Colby Coren​​​

This eloquent, enthralling and ultimately shatteringly tragic play explores the final hour in the life of a young woman who decided that life is no longer worth living.

STAGE KISS

COPENHAGEN

July 21-Aug. 6

Director: Colby Coren

Assistant Director: Beth Bristol 

THE LION KING JR.

In this award-winning play, a renowned English professor is diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer and put into a chemotherapy program. She reassesses her life, transforming both herself and the audience

Inspired by a real WWII event, this play fictionalizes the meeting of Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg and the heated words and profound ideas they exchanged

Aug. 25-Sept. 3

Set in a fishing lodge in rural Georgia, this uproarious comedy shows how a simple misunderstanding-that a man cannot speak or understand English-can spiral out of control, leading to a wildly funny climax.

June 2-11

Director: Jonathan Forester

Co-Director: Molly Carlin-Folk 

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​**2nd Stage Productions are General Admission Seating only... No reserved seating.**

NIGHT MOTHER

Nov. 3-19

Director: Leslie Christoffel

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