Our Next Show will be
Directed by Susan Harris
June 9-12, at Experimental Station, 6100 S. Blackstone.
With characteristic wit and an amused eye cocked at the follies and hypocrisies of the world, Oscar Wilde explores what happens when one man is forced to choose between reputation and honour, with his wife’s love for him hanging in the balance.
You can following the progress of this exciting production on the director’s blog.
Tickets are available now!
Advance tickets are $10; tickets at the door will be $12, so it pays to buy in advance. Simply select your performance date and click on the “Add to Cart” button below; that will take you to a page where you can select the number of tickets you wish to buy and complete your purchase. Tickets bought here will be treated as “Will Call” to be picked up at the door at the time of performance. You will not receive a ticket in advance. The advance ticket option will sunset some hours before each performance to make sure we don’t miss any names. Tickets will still be available at the door at the time of the performance. Please try to arrive no later than fifteen minutes before show time to pick up your tickets; earlier if you want to be sure of getting your choice of the best seats. (We offer online ticket sales through the security of Paypal. There is a $0.75 per ticket fee to offset Paypal’s charges.)
Our Monthly Friday Staged Reading for May
Friday, May 6, 8 pm
Amelia Snoblin will direct songs from the recent Broadway hit musical with some text from the original source play written by Frank Wedekind in 1891. Wedekind’s play about the damage wrought by sexual oppression shocked its original audience, and subsequent productions were frequently censored or threatened with closure. It is considered a seminal work of modern theater. At Augustana Lutheran Church, 5500 S. Woodlawn Ave. Admission: $5 at the door.
Monthly Friday Staged Readings
are now up on our Facebook page of Drones, Clones, and Phones: I Know What You Did Last Summer, our first-ever improv show, directed by Dan Friedrich. Check them out. And while you’re there, please “Like” us. Thanks.
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HPCP presents: PAY TO PLAY!
We read your feedback forms. So we know that some of you want more comedy. And some of you want more drama. And it’s too close to call. So in proud Chicago tradition, we’ve decided to let you vote on it…for a price. Click here to learn more.
Who are we?
We are a not-for-profit, all-volunteer group dedicated to creating and nurturing vital community theater in the greater Hyde Park, Chicago neighborhood. We are always happy to welcome new people who would like to join us in our planning, our activities, and our productions. We emphasize genuine engagement in the project of creating both community and theater. Active members commit to working on the implementation and the promotion of each HPCP production. (And, by the way, this is a growing website. We hope it has what you needed today; we look to be able to offer much, much more in the future. Thanks for visiting.)
Our Productions to Date page is your gateway to records of past productions in pictures and words. Photos from past productions are up on our Facebook page. Check them out, and while you’re there, why not say you “like” us? And if you tweet, you can also follow us on @HPCPlayers