Shakespeare in Hanover
Shakespeare. The mere mention of the name can really frighten some people. If you fit that description, you need to make plans to visit the Hanover Little Theatre sometime over the next two weeks.
Hanover Community Players will perform “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” beginning this Thursday, Nov. 10. Other shows take place Nov. 11-13 and Nov. 18-20. All shows, except for the 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday, Nov. 13, begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $11 with a discount for seniors and students. You can buy them downtown at Reader’s Cafe, on the theatre’s web site or at the door … unless the shows sell out beforehand. As a bonus, the opening night show features a reception afterwards catered by On the Go Cafe.
Hanover has tons of great events like this – remember that the people who say there is nothing to do around town for adults or teens is full of it – but this one hits close to home. I have acted in two plays at the theatre and am working back stage on this one. I have a lot of bias, but believe I’m being completely honest when I say that anyone who attends this show will have a good time.
Come and give the theatre a try. It’s two hours of entertainment for $11 a person (or less). If this doesn’t float your boat, find another theatre or concert or something where you can support local performers. The area has a ton of great artistic outlets. Don’t miss out.