Our 40th Anniversary Season!

The Hubbard Hall Pass Returns for the 2017-2018 Season!
Call now or buy your Pass ONLINE!
Box Office: 518-677-2495, ext. 311
In honor of your support, you gain one ticket to each designated event.  This year you have four different options to suit your interests and lifestyle.
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Summer Theater Programs

Hubbard Hall offers summer arts programs, theater experiences, and master classes for young people ages 5-12 and also for our local teens. This summer programming is designed to give participants a fun and illuminating experience of working with teaching artists and their peers to make and perform great art! Click here to learn more about Summer Theater Programming for Kids and Teens!


All Evening Mainstage Theater Shows in the 2017-2018 Season will be at 7:30pm! All full productions run Fridays-Saturdays at 7:30pm and Saturdays-Sundays at 2pm.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

A New Version of this Tony Award-winning Musical Comedy! A Family Friendly Musical Murder Mystery! A part of Christmas in Cambridge!
Book, music, and lyrics by Rupert Holmes
Based on the unfinished novel by Charles Dickens
Directed by David Snider
November 17-December 3
Fri & Sat at 7:30pm, Sat & Sun at 2pm
(No performance, Sunday, November 19)
Preview Performances: Friday, November 17 at 7:30pm, Saturday, November 18 at 2:00pm
Special Matinees:
Tuesday, November 21 at 10am  and Friday, December 1 at 10am
Opening Night Dinner* and Performance: Saturday, November 18 at 5:30pm
Preview Price $20 Adults/$10 Student Ages 6-22    Regular Price $30 Adults/$15 Students Ages 6-22
Check out our IndieGoGo Campaign to raise funds for making Drood a smash success or Donate Here through your Hubbard Hall account!
Join us for a FREE Pre-Show Conversation with Cast & Crew in Hubbard Hall on Saturday, November 4 at 11am

This wildly funny show won the Tony Award for Best Musical and has some of the most gorgeous music and lyrics heard on stage in decades. Based on Dickens’ last, unfinished novel and murder mystery, creator Rupert Holmes has written a new Chamber Version of the show specifically for Hubbard Hall, complete with local references! The show stops just before the murderer is revealed – and so you, the audience, choose who done it! The results are different at every performance – and just like the fun with The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee, you’re a part of the show! Join us for the fun!

Whispering Bones – An Evening of Spooky Storytelling

October 27 at 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 Adults/$10 Students Ages 6-22
Our annual fundraiser and evening of spooky stories returns just in time for Halloween. You’ll be sure to get a kick out of these bizarre, sometimes scary, and hilarious stories told by our company of storytellers.

The Tarnation of Russell Colvin

A one-man tour de force about a local, real-life murder mystery.
Written by Oliver Wadsworth
Directed by Kirk Jackson
January 19-28, 2018
Fri & Sat at 7:30pm, Sat & Sun at 2pm
Opening Night Dinner* and Performance: Friday, January 19 at 6pm
Tickets: $30 Adults/$15 Students Ages 6-22
From the team that brought you The Book Club Play comes an original murder mystery based on a true story in nearby Manchester, VT. In 1812 Russell Colvin was murdered. His ghost haunted Manchester, VT, until the murderers were brought to justice. Playing more than a dozen roles in this extraordinary piece of theater, Oliver Wadsworth takes us on an adventure both local and cosmic, as we follow his pursuit of the truth – to find who murdered poor Russell Colvin – and why.

The Velocity of Autumn

A hilarious, heartfelt Broadway comedy about what happens when life becomes too hard to handle.
Starring Christine Decker & Oliver Wadsworth
Written by Eric Coble
Directed by David Snider
February 23-March 11, 2018
PWYW Preview: Friday, February 23 at 7:30pm
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm
Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm
Opening Night Dinner* and Performance: Saturday, February 24 at 6pm
Tickets: $30 Adults/$15 Students Ages 6-22
Alexandra, a retired painter, has been told she must move out of her house and into a retirement home.  As the play begins, we find her at home in her Brooklyn brownstone, surrounded by Molatov cocktails, ready to ignite them and go out in a blaze of glory rather than be taken from her home.  Just as she’s about to light the place up, her estranged son Chris climbs into the second-story window: “Hi, Mom.”  So begins a hilarious and harrowing comedy, that explores the roadblocks we all experience in life and asks the eternal questions “who will remember us once we’re gone?”

Cambridge Central School Drama Club Musical – The Sound of Music

Another Broadway-smash musical, produced with our resident youth drama club.
April 20-22 , 27-29, 2018
Fridays-Saturdays at 7:00pm,
Sundays at 2pm
Tickets: $10 Adults/$5 Students Ages 6-22
From the young artists who brought you The Fiddler on the Roof last spring comes another Broadway hit that’s sure to put a spring in your step.  Final title will be determined by late fall.

*Note: Opening Night Dinners are an additional $30 per subscriber and require a reservation to secure seating at these special events.

Check out our Production Archives for a glimpse of Seasons Past!