Tickets are on sale here for our fall production!
Arcadia, by Tom Stoppard
Smart, thoughtful, deeply moving, said by some to be Stoppard’s greatest play, Arcadia explores time, change, love, loss and the inscrutability of objects. Our play will open on November 8th and run on Saturdays and Sundays for three weekends through November 23rd. at University Church, 5655 S. University Avenue, and tickets are on sale here. Don’t miss it.
Advance tickets are $10; tickets at the door will be $12, so it pays to buy in advance. Simply select the performance you wish to attend 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 the performance. You will not receive a ticket in advance. Please try to arrive at least 15 minutes before curtain 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 $0.50 per ticket fee to offset Paypal’s charges.)
Friday Staged Readings
(To learn more about our monthly series of Friday Staged Readings and how you can get involved, and for a schedule of upcoming readings, click here.)
are now up on our Facebook page of our most recent production, 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.
Follow the excitement of staging Arcadia, by Tom Stoppard, directed by Paul Baker. Check out the show’s blog for a look into a production in the works.
And by the way,
The Romeo & Juliet Blog
is the blog that just keeps on giving. Susan has been kind enough to share a blog entry she wrote in her own personal blog, sparked by her part as Juliet’s Nurse. Click over to the blog and scroll down to April 23 for a good read.
Click here to see our entire 2013-2014 Season!
Watch our upcoming events page for details of HPCP meetings, auditions, productions and other gatherings.
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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.