Hubbard Hall 2017-2018 Season
Production announcements will be coming soon.
Check out our Production Archives for a glimpse of Seasons Past!
Meanwhile, please visit our Children’s Theater and Summer Programs page or support the youths of Hubbard Hall by attending either of their showcase performances!
THEATER YOUTH SHOWCASES
Summer Theater: Kids Company, Ages 5-7
Where the Wild Things Are
Directed by Digby Baker-Porazinski
Showcase Performance, Hubbard Hall Freight Depot Theater
Thursday, July 6 at 6:00pm
Suggested Donation: $10 General Admission, $5 Student
In this two-week daily summer theater program, kids ages five to seven years are introduced to the skills and magic of the theater. Through theater games, music, and art we form an ensemble cast experience in which everyone has a creative voice. Every child has magical worlds within them–what will they create today? Based on beloved children’s book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, the group will work together to create a fun performance for family and friends on Thursday, July 6th.
Kids ages 8-12 participate in a four-week-long summer theatre program and musical, How to Eat Like a Child – And Other Lessons in Not Being a Grown Up by Judith Kahan with music by John Forster. Over four weeks, kids will learn the basics of theatre while playing team-building, improv, and acting games to build an ensemble and confidence and work in tandem with the director and musical director to conceptualize and actualize ideas. Participants will also create their own sets, props, and even costumes. This will be a student-driven show. The program will be directed by Virginia Edinger (recent director of Alice in Wonderland and Really Rosie!) with musical direction by Richard Cherry. Ultimately the final product will be the culmination of the weeks of rehearsals, exercises, and summer fun, to create a performance to showcase all of the students’ wonderful work.
SUMMER TOURING SHAKESPEARE
Summer Touring Shakespeare is on hiatus this year and will return in 2018.