The time has come to announce HCT’s 2015 season lineup, which includes the 30th Anniversary production of A Christmas Carol.
Is He Dead?
December 31, 2014 – February 7, 2015
After realizing great paintings make more money once the artist is dead, a French artist fakes his own death and re-emerges as his own “sister”, in this comedy written by Mark Twain and adapted by David Ives.
Ghost the Musical
February 20 – April 11
Adapted from the modern classic, this hit musical tells the story of Sam and Molly – a love that transcends death – set against comedy, friendship, betrayal and murder. The musical, by Rubin, Stewart and Ballard, also brings beautiful new compositions to complement ‘Unchained Melody’.
Over the River and Through the Woods
April 17 – May 23
This comedy from renowned playwright Joe DiPietro is the tale of two loud, opinionated sets of Jewish-Italian grandparents who plot to keep their beloved grandson nearby using a surprise set up with the perfect girl.
Disney’s The Little Mermaid
June 5 – August 1
Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s timeless coming-of-age story, this Disney musical follows the mermaid Ariel as she defies her father to pursue her fascination with the world on land. She must learn to navigate a new, sometimes dangerous, world as she finds her prince and discovers that life out of the water comes with its own challenges and rewards. The show is from Menken, Ashman, Slater and Wright.
Musical to Be Announced
August 12 – October 3
To be announce in early August 2014
October 14 – November 28
Fresh off Broadway, this beautiful new musical portrays the love of a father and son, and husband and wife. Based on the novel by Daniel Wallace and the Columbia Motion Picture written by John August, the show by August and Lippa explores hope, family and the way people see the world. A father uses ‘bigger than life’ tales to teach his son, and his son is left to decide where the truth lies.
A Christmas Carol
December 5 – December 24
Ebenezer Scrooge’s classic story of redemption is coming to the Hale stage for its 30th anniversary. Adapted by Wilkins and Bradford from Charles Dickens, this beautiful production has become a beloved Christmas tradition, touching every heart with Tiny Tim’s triumphant, “God bless us, everyone!”