Theatre Productions

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

For information on tickets and availability, call the Campus Box Office at 812-866-7110.

Learn more about Hanover's College Theatre Program.

New venue location

The Hanover College Theatre Department will stage 2014-15 productions in a new campus venue, The Other Place, located in the former Donner Lecture Hall. The Other Place is intimate, accessible, air-conditioned and adjacent to ample parking for patrons adjacent to the campus Administration Building. See our campus map.

2014-15 Season

The Dining Room

October 3-5 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place (Donner Lecture Hall)
Written by A. R. Gurney, Jr., directed by Jim Stark

In this charming comedy, generations nourish, nurture and nettle each other, with their napkins in their laps.

One-Act Plays

November 13-16 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place (Donner Lecture Hall)

Directed by Paul Hildebrand

A shiver, a thrill, laughter and perhaps a tear: short plays make a great evening in the Theatre, because if one doesn’t particularly float your boat, there another one casting off in about 30 minutes!

So join us for this theatrical pleasure ride to places familiar and not, with people you know and others like you’ve never met before. Each stop along the way promises a new opportunity to entertain and delight!

Love's Labour's Lost

February 12-15 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place (Donner Lecture Hall)

By William Shakespeare, directed by Jim Stark

In this romantic comedy, four young men vow to give up the company of women in order to concentrate on their studies. It doesn’t work out that way.

10-Minute Plays

March 27-28 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place (Donner Lecture Hall)

In one of the HC Theatre’s most popular annual presentations, all-new 10-minute plays written by students from the fall playwriting class receive simple but entertaining and imaginative presentations by students in the winter directing class. Always featuring a broad range of plots and styles, some viewer discretion is usually advised, but entertainment is guaranteed!

Free admission for all.