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$35 Adults/$10 Students Ages 21 and Under
Founded in 2004, Opera Company Middlebury (OCM) is entering its 16th season of sold-out performances. Using a mix of Vermont talent and professional singers from across the country, OCM is recognized as one of the most important small opera companies in the nation. OCM comes to Hubbard Hall for the first time with their full production of the legendary opera Tosca. With only one performance from this amazing company, you do not want to miss this one! OCM Vermont
$25 Adults/$10 Students Ages 21 and Under/Ages 5 and Under Free
Why Hamlet in 2019?
What do you do when you realize everything you know may be wrong? What do you do when loved ones betray you? What can a citizen do when the government systematically covers up wrong-doing? Where can one go to reliably determine truth? These are not only Prince Hamlet’s dilemmas in the 17th century; they are ours in the 21st. How do we find our way out of the ancient (and contemporary) cycles of revenge and annihilation?
About Will Kempe’s Players Cooperative
Now in its third season, Will Kempe’s Players Cooperative stages Shakespeare’s plays in a manner that echoes the stagecraft of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. As such, WKP productions tour exclusively, playing everywhere from traditional theaters and outdoor stages to park groves and other “found” spaces. The performers share common space and lighting with the audience, using evocative text, props and scenery to engage the audience directly. WKP productions feature rich costumes, expert swordplay, music, dance, and clear story-telling.
$10 Adults/$5 Students Ages 21 and Under/Ages 5 and Under Free
Directed by Katherine Danforth
Our resident Cambridge Central School Drama Club presents this classic by Edgar Lee Masters. Similar to Thornton Wilder’s Our Town, Spoon River Anthology shares a window into the past, while highlighting the glories, humor and tribulations of everyday life. Come hear this rural community brought to life by our own youth in ways that will make you laugh and touch your heart.
The New York Neo-Futurists return to Hubbard Hall with their hit show The Infinite Wrench. 30 plays in 60 minutes – all new and picked by you! Don’t miss it. And prior to the show The New York Neo-Futurists will offer a Writing & Performance Workshop! Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 at 1pm
$25 Adults/$10 Students 21 and Under
Considered one of Brian Friel’s greatest works, Faith Healer is a haunting drama told through a series of monologues. Confusing memories of events past are recounted by itinerant faith healer Frank Hardy, his wife Grace, and his manager Teddy. It is a story filled with contradictions, and the audience must decide who is telling the truth and what really happened in the end. The Little Terrible Theatre of Cork comes to Hubbard Hall all the way from County Cork, Ireland, for this co-production of a classic play about life and the struggle to live it. Two weekends only! The Little Terrible Theatre of Cork is a small, independent theatre company based in West Cork, Ireland. The group’s members have been involved in productions throughout the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, most recently winning several acting and directing awards during the 2018 All Ireland Drama Festivals. Performing a range of plays from classics of the Irish and English theatre to avant-garde works by newly emerging playwrights, the group strives to provide an eclectic and entertaining experience for its audiences.
From the director who brought you A Walk in the Woods and The Book Club Play, Stupid F*%king Bird is a hilarious explosion and adaptation of Chekhov’s The Seagull. “…an accessible and unfailingly delightful jaunt into misery (or maybe we should say compromised happiness). It’s absorbing in its every glance and revealing in its every sigh.” —Washington City Paper. Appropriate for ages 15 and up due to adult language and content. Starring Jesse Pennington (Astrov in Uncle Vanya Off-Broadway with Jay O. Sanders in 2018) and Danielle Skraastad (fresh from a hit run in Hurricane Diane at New York Theater Workshop Off-Broadway) and David Snider (A Walk in the Woods, The Glass Menagerie and The Crucible at Hubbard Hall
$25 Adults/$10 Students Ages 21 and Under/Ages 5 and Under FREE
The company who brought you The Falling and the Rising last season returns to wow you with two performances of some of the best music in the American canon, written by the one and only Cole Porter!
After a sold out concert last year at the Hall and a hit tour throughout the UK, Coig returns to Hubbard Hall with their addictive style of fun, thrilling acoustic Celtic music from Nova Scotia.
Music from Salem, in residence at Hubbard Hall for 33 years, will warm your fall afternoon with beautiful chamber music. The marvelous young Julius Quartet returns for MFS’s last concert of 2019.
$25 Adults/$10 Students Ages 21 and Under or Pay What You Will at the door
Performed by: The Julius Quartet.
Caroline Shaw: Entr’acte
Bela Bartok: String Quartet No. 2, Sz. 67
Robert Schumann: String Quartet in A Major, Op. 41 No. 3
Celebrate the harvest season with an old-time barn dance at the Freight Depot Theater: square dances, circle dances, contra dances, and mixers. No previous dance experience necessary. Potluck follows the dance at 7 pm for those who would like to bring a dish to share that features the bounty of local gardens and farm markets. FREE and open to the public; donations in support of Hubbard Hall Projects gratefully accepted. Lively music provided by the Hubbard Hall Tune Jam Band, and all dances taught by caller Fern Bradley.
General admission $10, Students $5, Ages 6-10 $2, Ages 5 & under free
One ticket, two performances
Come Together and Dance!
At the Hoosick Falls Central School Auditorium
Join us for one of our biggest events of the year!
Held in the Round House Bakery Cafe, these 2 events Breaking Bread and Open Mic aim to bring our community together and offer new ways to create, communicate and collaborate. All events are from 6-8pm and are held on the 2nd or 3rd Wednesday of the month. Events are Free. Breaking Bread is a Potluck supper.
$10 Adults/$5 Students Ages 21 and Under/Ages 5 and Under FREE
In support of Hubbard Hall Arts Education programs, our Hubbard Halloween Ball gives youth and adults alike a chance to get down, get funky and dance the scary night away. Presented in partnership with the Cambridge Youth Commission.
Admission: $13 Adults/$8 Students 21 and Under/Age 5 & Under FREE
Our annual holiday celebration at Hubbard Hall. Each year we focus on a different country and the ways people in that country celebrate the holidays. This year we will explore the culture and food of Turkey.
$25 Adults/$10 Students Ages 21 and Under/Ages 5 & Under Free
Our Annual Winter Fundraiser Returns to Rock the House and Warm Your Spirits. Includes Delicious Food and Dancing the Night Away. Beer and Wine Bar available at an extra cost with ID
Adults $10, Youth and Children (18 -3 yrs) $5, Children 2 & under FREE
This delightful afternoon tea party will feature our Hubbard Hall ballerinas in residence of all ages, with short dance performance and photo op. Warm your hearts with a variety of tasty teas and treats, and make sure to check out the raffle of handmade beauties for yourself or your little dancer. Submerse yourself in your childhood dreams of what you always imaged your teddy bear tea party really was. A treat for all ages! Don’t forget your tutu and all the frills.
Our biggest fundraiser of the year! Join us for a wonderfully warm and fun evening in celebration of making art and community happen.
$125 Per Person includes food & open bar
$200 Per Honorary Committee Members. Includes Private Pre-Event Cocktail Hour with the Honoree.
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