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.

The Hanover College Theatre Department will stage 2015-16 productions in 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.

2015-16 Season

Much Ado About Nothing

October 8-11 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place

By William Shakespeare, directed by Jim Stark.

One of Shakespeare's best-loved romantic comedies, in which the misfits Beatrice and Benedick are forced to admit their love for each other, while other lovers have even more trouble.

The Unravelling

November 19-22 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place

By Fin Kenedy, directed by Paul Hildebrand.

In a magical, out-of-the-way fabric shop, a dying mother challenges each of her three daughters to weave for her a great story, acting it out using nothing more than what they find in the shop. Little do the daughters realize that their prize is the power to create the stories of their own future. Action-packed, audience-interactive, and highly theatrical, this is a play about the nature and importance of theatrical storytelling itself!

The director, Paul Hildebrand, is retiring at the end of the year. This is his last play at Hanover College.

Kabuki Othello

February 11-14 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place

Written by Karen Sunde, conceived by Shozo Sato, directed by Jim Stark.

Shakespeare's story of love, jealousy and revenge is retold in the style and setting of medieval Japan, revealing the global human truths of passion and prejudice.

Emi Grate In The Gratest Show On Earth

March 24-27 at 7:30 p.m., The Other Place

By Han Zaw, directed by Mark Fearnow.

Emi Grate sings, she dances, she preens and poses. Peer past the glitz and glamour of drag and perceive the person with a will of iron and a heart of gold. Emi and her friends present her story in this entertaining and wildly original creation by senior theatre majors Han Zaw and Caleb Beidelman.