Tickets are on sale now for The Oldest Profession, the second show in our 68th season. Online ticket sales are available around the clock. You can also call 637-5297 to reserve tickets or take advantage of our box office hours the two weekends prior to the show. The show runs Nov. 11-13 and 17-20.
All tickets are $15 with no fees for tickets printed at home or bought at the door. There will be a $2 charge for all phone orders and a $1 charge for any tickets delivered through the mail.
There are discounts available for students and seniors as well as groups of 10 or more. Plan a group outing and save money.
In the show, life has radically changed for a quintet of New York City “working women” in 1980. With their clientele beginning to die off, they navigate their new lives in The Oldest Profession, a dram-edy by Paula Vogel.
Familiar faces fill the cast for director Courtney McDougall. Heidi Hormel (Edna), Cherie Brothers (Lillian), Erin DiNello (Mae), Dixie Smith (Ursula) and Suzanne Williamson (Vera) will play the ladies of the night dealing with a whole new world after Ronald Reagan is elected President.
The theatre will once again raise funds for a local nonprofit community partner. The partner for this show will be the Hanover Soroptimist.
The theatre will donate $2 for every ticket sold to the Saturday, November 12, show to the Soroptimist. An anonymous patron will match that donation, generating $4 for every person attending that performance. Additionally, donations for Soroptimist will be accepted at all seven performances.
Since inaugurating this program in November 2014, Hanover Little Theatre has donated nearly $4,000 to a variety of local organizations.
Hanover Little Theatre (HLT) recently donated $550 to Golden Visions Adult Day Services. HLT Board Member Charlie Beard (right) presented the check to Golden Visions Director Buffy Rice.
The donation came from a fundraiser held during the recent production of The Old People Are Revolting at HLT. The theatre donated $2 for every ticket sold for the Saturday, September 10 show to Golden Visions. An anonymous patron matched that donation. Patrons and friends of the theatre also made donations to reach the final total. All seven performances were sold out, providing a great opportunity to benefit Golden Visions.
This marks the eighth show which has doubled as a fundraiser for a local nonprofit. The theatre has donated nearly $4,000 to a variety of groups since inaugurating this effort in November 2014. The nonprofit partner for the upcoming production of The Oldest Profession will be Hanover Soroptimist, Inc.
Director Courtney McDougall has announced the cast for Hanover Little Theatre’s upcoming production of The Oldest Profession. Tickets will go on sale on Oct. 10 for the show, which runs Nov. 11-13 and 17-20.
In this Paula Vogel dram-edy, five senior-citizen working women adjust to life in the 1980s as their clientele begins to die off and their New York undergoes radical changes.
All tickets are now $15 with no fees for tickets printed at home or bought at the door. There will be a $2 charge for all phone orders and a $1 charge for any tickets delivered through the mail. Memberships are still available and provide access to tickets before they go on sale to the general public.
The box office, located at 360 Blooming Grove Road, will be open for ticket sales on Oct. 29 and Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to noon and Oct. 30 and Nov. 6 from noon to 2 p.m.
The Old People Are Revolting is now completely sold out!
Thank you to our wonderful patrons for a completely sold-out run. We could not be happier with the response to this hilarious show. If you missed out, you can still get a membership to use on the other three shows in this season. Members can guarantee their seats before tickets go on sale to the general public.