The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
Weekly Email
July 8,  2014


It's time to cut loose this summer with the Youth Summer Program's production of Footloose! We welcomed 38 students yesterday for the first of two sessions in the sixth annual Youth Summer Program. The students, ages 12-18, attended their first dance, acting, and singing workshops, followed by auditions for the upcoming production. You can see the entire cast live, July 25-26, and the second session's production, August 15-16. Tickets are just $ bring the whole family to see Broadway's future stars!


July also brings the return of "Christmas in July!" Look for your favorite holiday shows going on sale all month long with special incentives and promotions for planning ahead this holiday season. We kick off Christmas in July with New England's largest and most spectacular production of A Christmas Carol, December 19-28. Enjoy Charles Dickens' classic tale adapted by our president and CEO, Troy Siebels. Tickets are currently on sale to members before the public next Tuesday, July 15 at 10AM.

Stay connected with us this summer on Facebook, InstagramTwitter, and our blog for information about Christmas in July contests and promotions. Tune in to Behind the Scenes with The Hanover Theatre every Saturday from 1PM-2PM on WCRN AM830 for even more news, including interviews with incoming performers, theatre staff, and students from this summer's productions of Footloose.


See you at the theatre,
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Lisa K. Condit  

Director of Marketing & PR

P.S. Join the candidates for the next Massachusetts Governor at The Hanover Theatre next Tuesday, July 15, from 6-7:30PM, when the theatre will partner with MASSCreative to host the Create the Vote Candidates' Forum on Arts, Culture and Creativity. This is your opportunity to meet the candidates and to make sure that a thriving arts, culture, and creative sector is part of the discussion and debate during the 2014 gubernatorial election. Emmy Award-winning arts & entertainment critic Joyce Kulhawik will moderate the forum. RSVP today!  

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A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol
Dec 19-28
Join us this holiday season as Worcester's favorite family holiday tradition continuous with Troy Siebels' adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale. Don't miss the seventh annual and New England's largest production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL!
Interview with Troy Siebels  
Hear the interview with president & CEO, Troy Siebels, on what it takes to put on a full scale production.
Girls Night: The Musical
Click the image above for show highlights.
Fri, September 26 at 8PM

Share the fun and laughter at this hilarious, feel-good comedy as five girlfriends go from heartbreak to happiness during a wild night of karaoke, featuring classic anthems such as "I Will Survive," "Lady Marmalade," "It's Raining Men," "Man I Feel Like a Woman," and "Girls Just Want to Have Fun." 
July 25-26 & Aug 15-16
The Hanover Theatre's Youth Summer Program presents Footloose, the story of Chicago native, Ren McCormack, and his adjustment to a small town where the local government has banned dancing and rock music. Ren leads his classmates around the law and Reverend Shaw Moore to have a real senior prom.

Valiant Veterans and the LiveLife Center presents: Faces of Freedom
Fri, Oct 3 at 7:30PM

A benefit concert to establish a wellness center and living community, in MA, for combat veterans and their families suffering from the invisible wounds of war. 

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Coming Soon

On Sale to Members

On Sale to the Public 

 Coming SoonUShows
The Hanover Theatre's sixth annual Youth Summer Program
The Hanover Theatre's sixth annual Youth Summer Program featuring Footloose
July 7 - 26
July 28 - Aug 16 

*Male roles available for second session.
Interview with Kelly Rourke 
Listen to the interview with Kelly Rourke, dance assistant for the Youth Summer Program

Create the Vote Candidates' Forum on Arts, Culture and Creativity
July 15
This is a free forum moderated by Joyce Kulhawik.

RSVP today

July 25-26 & Aug 15-16
Australia's Thunder From Down Under
Thurs, Aug 21

Love Letters
Love Letters
Sat, Sep 20
A special one-night-only benefit performance for the Pancreatic Cancer Alliance, which features Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross.

Worcester Center for the Performing Arts, a registered not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, owns and operates The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts.  All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.  Find out more about how you can support the theatre.