Single ticket prices, all shows:
Adults - $12
Senior (65+) - $10
Youth (high school and under) - $5
Free to those with a current Hanover College ID
Season subscribers to the Community Arts Series receive a free season pass to the Hanover Theatre's mainstage shows.
For information on tickets and availability, call the Campus Box Office at 812-866-7110.
October 4-6 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
Written by Carl Sandburg, directed by Jim Stark
Written at the height of the Great Depression, Sandburg’s inspiring poem uses the language of ordinary people with remarkable power. This staging of the poem celebrates American culture and the resilience of humanity.
October 24-27 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
By Jeffrey M. Jones, directed by Jim Stark
In this surreal comedy, a young couple tries to survive the scariest night of the year, pursued by bloodthirsty monsters in the closet and sugar-hungry children on the porch.
November 22-24 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
Matinee: November 23 at 2 p.m.
By Oscar Wilde, directed by Mark Fearnow
Widely acclaimed as one of the funniest and most quotable plays ever written, this farce about a hero who enters life through a misplaced hand-bag is Wilde’s finely polished monument to triviality.
February 14-16 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
By Manjula Padmanabhan, directed by Paul Hildebrand
This sci-fi drama unfolds in a near-future world where the rich buy the rights to the bodies of the poor, upon whom they shower luxuries–until Interplanta Services comes to collect whatever body-part the patron desires! Padmanabhan is a Delhi-based writer who won the prestigious Onassis Award for Harvest in 1997. Her play has been staged in Athens, Delhi, New York, and UC Berkeley. Harvest consistently ranks as the most popular play among the students in Hanover College’s course in Global Theatre.
Mature themes and actions.
March 21-23 at 7:30 p.m. in Parker Auditorium
By George F. Walker, directed by Jim Stark
In this fantasy thriller, inspired by a Gothic novel by Percy Bysshe Shelley, the struggle between good and evil emerges in the lives of a master criminal and a religious visionary. Which of them is the more dangerous? Will either find peace?
Violence and mature themes.