Category Archives: Holidays in Worcester

Behind the Scenes with Jeff Warren from Table Talk Pies

In honor of this Thursday’s Pi Day and our upcoming performances of Broadway’s Waitress, we’re partnering with Table Talk Pies for a “name that pie” contest. Plus, visit the Table Talk store on March 14 and tag #HanoverTheatre in your … Continue reading

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Five Things to Know: Red Hot Chilli Pipers

Bagpipes with attitude, drums with a Scottish accent and a show so hot it carries its own health warning. Get your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations off to a piping hot start with tickets to see the Red Hot Chilli Pipers … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Bill Mootos from A Christmas Carol

Bill Mootos returns for his tenth season with The Hanover Theatre in A Christmas Carol. Recently he has appeared in “Mothers and Sons” with Shakespeare & Company, “The Salonnieres” at Greater Boston Stage Company, “Accomplice” at Saco River Theatre, and … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol Tech Week 2018

Lines are learned, costumes have been fitted, dances choreographed and music has been taught. We are ready for the next phase in our rehearsal process. It’s time for tech week! Nearly 20 people work behind the scenes to ensure our … Continue reading

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Meet the Christmas Carol Youth Company

It’s my favorite time of year! Rehearsals for our 11th annual production of A Christmas Carol have begun. As always, we have an amazing cast, and I’d like to take a moment to introduce you to our youth company. This year, nearly … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes with The Nutcracker’s Andy Lane

Lisa Condit recently spoke with nine-year old Andy Lane, who plays Fritz in the upcoming production of The Nutcracker. Continue reading for highlights from their interview or listen to the full interview below. You can catch Andy in The Nutcracker November 23 … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes with Leland Pierce, Clara in The Nutcracker

Lisa Condit recently spoke with Leland Pierce who is playing Clara in The Nutcracker Friday, November 23 – Sunday, November 25. Read on for highlights from their interview or listen to the full interview below.  Lisa:  Leland is a star, up-and-coming … Continue reading

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Meet The Hanover Theatre’s Christmas Carolers

Come to the Carroll Plaza Lighting this Saturday, November 10th to hear the debut performance of The Hanover Theatre’s Christmas Carolers. Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes with ELF The Musical director Sam Scalamoni

ELF The Musical

Lisa Condit recently spoke with Sam Scalamoni, director of Broadway’s ELF The Musical. Read on for highlights from their interview, or listen to the full interview below! Lisa: ELF The Musical is a perfect way to launch into the holidays! Sam: It … Continue reading

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Top 10 Patriotic Musicals for Your July 4th

This 4th of July, we’re celebrating with a look back at American history through the eyes of musical theatre! What musicals and songs embody the American experience for you? Let us know in the comments! LATE 1700’S – HAMILTON The world … Continue reading

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