Productions for 2020-2021

For more information about any of our shows, please call 573-629-3182 or email boxoffice@hlg.edu.

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Riders to the Sea – One Act

Fall Mainstage Production

“Riders to the Sea” is the haunting story of a poor Irish family living at the edge of the sea, and the matriarch who desperately tries to keep her children safe from the unforgiving dangers of nature. Mingling lyrical Irish cultural dialect with the tragedy of a mother caught between the necessities of survival and the human cost it exacts from her and her children, John Millington Synge’s play lingers with you long after the curtain closes.

Dates/Times: October 8-10, performances at 6:30 pm and 8:00 pm each night
Location: Roland Fine Arts Center’s Parker Theatre

Cost: Tickets for each performance is $5 per person. Please call the box office for reservations, however, tickets must be paid for by check or cash at the door. We will not offer online tickets sales for the one acts.

The Bear – One Act

Fall Mainstage Production

“The Bear” is a hilarious farce of human passions. When Gregory Smirnov comes to widow Yelena Popova’s home looking to collect on a debt of her late husband’s, their fiery natures collide and explode. Featuring larger-than-life characters and high-energy comedy, “The Bear” is Anton Chekov’s most enduring comedy.

Dates/Times: November 12-14, performances at 6:30 pm and 8:00 pm each night
Location: Roland Fine Arts Center’s Parker Theatre

Cost: Tickets for each performance is $5 per person. Please call the box office for reservations, however, tickets must be paid for by check or cash at the door. We will not offer online tickets sales for the one acts.

The Long Christmas Dinner – One Act

Fall Mainstage Production

“The Long Christmas Dinner” follows the history of a family over the course of ninety years. Seen through a series of Christmas dinners, the Bayard family shifts as each subsequent generation leaves their mark on the family home, enduring grief and loss, but also celebrating joy and hope. Thornton Wilder’s play is a bittersweet reflection on  time, suggesting its continuity as children begin to echo their parents, and yet showing how much is lost in the ramble of lives and memory. It is altogether an unforgettable experience.

Dates/Times: December 11, performances at 6:30 pm and 8:00 pm, and December 12, performances at 2:30 pm, 6:30 pm, and 8:00 pm.
Location: Roland Fine Arts Center’s Parker Theatre

Cost: Tickets for each performance is $5 per person. Please call the box office for reservations, however, tickets must be paid for by check or cash at the door. We will not offer online tickets sales for the one acts.

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Spring Mainstage Production
Dates/Times: April 8-10, at 7 pm
Location: Roland Fine Arts Center’s Parker Theatre

Cost: Tickets are not yet available. Ticket pricing will range from $10 to $16. Special discounts will be available for seniors 60+ and groups of 10 or more.