All’s Well That Ends Well
August 4th through the 8th, 2020
Held under a big tent, on the Great Lawn behind the Hall. Rain or shine the show went on! A new take on Shakespeare in the Park!
An eight-person cast performed a 90 minute version of a rarely seen Shakespeare comedy, with social distancing in mind.
The King of France is dying of a mysterious virus with no cure. Enter Helena, a young serving girl, who uses her father’s medicine to create a vaccine, save the King, and, in doing so, win the love of her life. And that’s only the beginning of the story…
Performances were limited to 50 audience members per performance with social distancing enforced and wearing of masks.
The Susan B. Anthony Project
Directed by David A. Snider
Written with hundreds of community members
Music written & performed by Bob Warren
October 16th – 18th 2020
On February 8th and 9th, 1894, Susan B. Anthony hosted a Woman’s Suffrage Convention at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge, NY. This is the story of what they did – and what they left undone.
Starring Christine Decker, D. Colin, and Vivian Nesbitt, and featuring figures as diverse as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Amy Coney Barrett, and Harriet Tubman. Socially distanced, in mask, with doors open. You can read the wonderful feature story about the show from the Hill Country Observer here.
Last fall, Hubbard Hall invited community members to submit short works centered around their experiences during the pandemic. Attendees joined us for an evening of reflection, humor, grief, and hope as we shared our stories.
The event was free and the audience was limited to 40 seats. Masks were required, with social distancing enforced.
My Witch: The Margaret Hamilton Stories
By John Ahlin
With Jean Tafler
November 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, & 14, 2021. Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm, Sundays at 2pm
Tickets: $25 Adults; $10 Students 18 and Under
Hubbard Hall presents a world premiere! In a surprising, fun, haunting and delightful evening, Jean Tafler portrays Margaret Hamilton, whose Wicked Witch of the West has left an indelible mark on us all. If there is one movie we all share it is The Wizard of Oz, but it is time to pay attention to the woman behind the cackle.