Showtimes Friday and Saturday, 7:30pm. Sundays 2pm. Program Subject to Change. For tickets or more information, call 607-363-2819, or email

Have You Seen Pollyanna?
May 24 & 25, 30-June 1

The timeless tale of a little girl with an irrepressible enthusiasm for life. A heartwarming story for the whole family. Written by Eleanor H. Porter. Adapted by Ernest Schenk. Starring Brienne Early.

Of Mice and Men
June 13-15, 20-22

Clinging to each other in their loneliness and alienation, George and his simple-minded friend Lennie dream, as drifters will, of a place to call their own. But after they come to work on a ranch in the Salinas Valley, their hopes begin to go awry. Written by John Steinbeck.

Cotton Patch Gospel
August 23 & 24

Award-winning, critically acclaimed musical retelling of the Gospels of Matthew and John in a contemporary Southern setting. Based on the book by Bible scholar and civil rights activist Clarence Jordan. Includes "some of the best songs Harry Chapin ever wrote" according to Rolling Stone magazine. Music and Lyrics by Harry Chapin. Starring Ernest Schenck and the Gone Fishin’ Band.

The Woman In Black
October 24-26, 31, November 1 & 2

This classic ghost story, adapted from Susan Hill's intense thriller, taps into our most primal fears. A greiving lawyer believes he and his family are under the curse of THE WOMAN IN BLACK. As he attempts to exorcise her evil spirit, the border between reality and fantasy begins to blur, and the flesh begins to creep... Starring Rick Mertens.

Special Productions Throughout The Season

Gone Fishin' Band
June 7

Larry and Katt Judd are joined by Scott Porosky and Steve Dungan for an evening of high-energy Country-Folk-Rock tunes.

Frank Fierle: Elvis Returns
June 28, August 9

Beautiful stage costumes.Uncanny vocal resemblance to the King. Frank returns to Hancock for a fantastic and entertaining show.

The Hancock Saloonkeeper's Daughter
July 11-13

Presented by the Hancock Rotary. You will have ample opportunity to cheer, hiss, and boo-- all to musical cues-- in this fantastical story of money, mayhem, and melodrama set in “Wild West” Hancock.

The Affair and Baritonis
July 18 & 19, 25 & 26

Two one-act plays about family accommodation. It doesn't matter what ethnic background you're from--when it comes to family, people stick together through the best and worst of times. The Affair takes place at a Jewish Bar Mitzvah, The Baritoni's at an Italian Funeral. Produced by Judith Present.

Risk Factors
October 3-5,10-12

A new play in three acts revolves around the lives of three generations of women inhabiting the identical space at different times who are confronted with the task of having to make lifealtering decisions. Written by Wilma Mazo.

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