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Condit: Behind the Scenes with The Hanover Theatre

Thursday, March 26, 2015

 

It’s another big week at one of Pollstar’s Top 50 Theatres in the World, as The Hanover Theatre announces its 2015-2016 Broadway Subscription Series, launches tours with its founders, and is partnering with three different local charities and nonprofit organizations on a wide variety of events between now and Sunday, March 27.

Best Buddies of Massachusetts is hosting a free premiere of the film, Where Hope Grows, on Thursday, March 26 at 7:30pm…before it hits theatres on May 15! You can listen to Mike Beaudet talk about the inspiration behind his involvement with Best Buddies, as well as the connection to the movie. Audience members will have the opportunity to talk with the producer after viewing the film. This event is free to the public, but you’ll need to rsvp to ensure a seat.

Final preparations are being made for Frank Carroll’s Evening with The Priests, A Concert to Benefit St. Johns Food for the Poor on Friday, March 27 at 7:30pm. In addition to the world record-breaking trio of classically trained, ordained priests (whose celestial sounds have captivated audience around the world, from royalty and world leaders to everyday people like you and me) the evening will also include selections performed by Shrewsbury’s Emily Suuberg.

The theatre ends the week with The BIG Show: An Entertainment Extravaganza on Sunday, March 29, to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/MetroWest. Listen to John Slattery describe how audience members will join Ben Bailey of the TV show, Ca$h Cab, along with several acts from local colleges for an evening of laughter and phenomenal entertainment. (Discounted tickets are available for $5 with college ID.)

While all of this is going on, the theatre is also working with the tours for next year’s Broadway Subscription Series, full of crowd-pleasing, award-winning, Broadway smash hits! I’ll cover the details in a future column, but listen to an interview with Saturday Night Fever’s director, John Moss, to hear more about what goes into a touring production before the cast is even selected! All I know is that I’m so excited about next year’s line-up that I’m already envisioning dancing my way through the 2015-2016 season. For the latest news on the theatre, visit TheHanoverTheatre.org, like them on Facebook, listen to segments on the blog, and tune into Behind the Scenes with The Hanover Theatre on Saturdays from 1-2pm on WCRN AM830.

 

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