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5
Nov

A Christmas Carol

The Hippodrome Theatre  proudly presents
A Christmas Carol
adapted by Janet Allard and Michael Bigelow Dixon

Onstage Nov. 24 – Dec. 23

Share in the wonderment and joy of Charles Dickens’  “A Christmas Carol.” The Hippodrome Theatre’s production carries the timeless messages of redemption, charity and goodwill in a heartfelt adaptation. Performances begin on Saturday, Nov. 24.
“A Christmas Carol” at the Hipp is the perfect way to spend time with your loved ones for the holidays. A lively look at a classic tale, enjoy “A Christmas Carol” with your sweetheart, your children or your parents and share in this holiday tradition at the only place in Florida where it is guaranteed to snow each and every winter!
“Fantastic!” – Hippodrome Theatre patron, 2017
“Make sure you tell them it’s adorable!” – Hippodrome Theatre patron, 2017
“This is my 15th year seeing it!” – Hippodrome Theatre patron, 2017
“Always terrific.” – Hippodrome Theatre patron, 2017
Every show sells out, so reserve your tickets today for the best seats! Best wishes for this holiday season, and we hope to see you soon!
— Your friends at the Hipp
Onstage from Nov. 24 – Dec. 23: Saturdays at 2 p.m. & 4 p.m. | Sundays at 6 p.m.*
*No show on Sunday, Nov. 25, and the show on Sunday, Dec. 23 is at 2 p.m.

Tickets are on sale now at the Hippodrome Box Office: (352) 375-4477 or click here.
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CAST

Scrooge… Gregg Jones*^
Jacob Marley… Patrick Brezyan*
Marley Ghost 1/Gentleperson 1/Past… Sara Morsey*^
Marley Ghost 2/Gentleperson 2/Present… Niall McGinty^
Bob Cratchit/Future… Bryan Mercer^
Mrs. Cratchit… Katie Pankow
Old Joe/Topper/Young Scrooge… Gregory Buckheit
Fred’s Wife/Young Belle/Laundress… Sophia Young
Fred’s Sister/Chairwoman Brittney… Nicole Kelly
Fred… Ben Tracy
Mr. Fezziwig… Clint Thornton^
Mrs. Fezziwig… Susan Christophy
Belinda Red… Geri Anne Meals/Neko Nappy
Tiny Tim… Carson Holley/Sadie Christensen
Peter… Peter Weinstein/William Moore
Martha… Faith Frank/Madeline Smyth
Scrooge as Boy… Theo Canen/Resli Ward
Dick/Ignorance… Trevor Ellis
Dollie/Ignorance… Hailey Hinojosa
Belle as Girl… Channing O’Halloran/Julia Bush
Fan… Ruth Wiley/Mimi Macklin
Turkey Kid/Want… Lillian Ehlers/Corrin Pulliam

* Denotes Member of Actors’ Equity Association
^Denotes Hippodrome Acting Company Member


CREATIVE

Director… Lauren Warhol Caldwell
Assistant Director… Niall McGinty
Stage Manager… Lizzi Nehls
Assistant Stage Manager… Patrick Ian McCall
Production Manager/Lighting Designer… Robert P. Robins
Master Carpenter… Warren Goodwin
Sound Engineer… Amanda Yanes
Costume Shop Foreman… Stephanie Parks
Wardrobe Intern… Tori Lewis
Wardrobe First Hand… Nichole Williams

 Tickets are on sale now at the Hippodrome Box Office: (352) 375-4477 or click here.

This activity has been funded in part by a Tourist Development Tax Grant from the Alachua County Coard of County Commissioners in conjunction with the Alachua County Tourist Development Council. For additional information or clarification contact Visit Gainesville/Alachua County at kmunden@alachuacounty.us or at 352-374- 5260.

 
5
Nov

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)

The Hippodrome Theatre proudly presents
Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)
by Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald and John K. Alvarez
Onstage Nov. 23 – Dec. 23

“Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)” is bubbling up with Holiday cheer and brimming with cherished tales from around the world! Whether you’re the Rudolph of the Holidays or even the Grinch, you’ll find the fruit of the fruit cake in “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)” at the Hippodrome Theatre, with performances beginning on Friday, Nov. 23! From seasonal icons to pop culture, this story’s got something in its stocking for YOU.
“EVERY CHRISTMAS STORY EVER TOLD (AND THEN SOME!) is a playful romp through some of our favorite holiday memories,” said Stephanie Lynge, who is directing the production. “The stories that still make us think of hot chocolate, sledding in the snow, and family all together to celebrate the season.”
Three actors decide to perform every Christmas story ever told, rather than “A Christmas Carol” for the umpteenth time (though, we are doing that, too, of course!). The performance that ensues is a whirl of hilarity that will leave you laughing in the aisles like “A Tuna Christmas” and the “Ultimate Christmas Show (Abridged).” BUT TO THIS ONE, you can even brings the kids.
“Wackiest, tackiest, and happiest holiday event(s)!” – USA Today.

Tickets are on sale now at the Hippodrome Box Office: (352) 375-4477 or click here.
For a great way to save during the holidays, check out our Family Flex Pass by clicking here.

On stage Nov. 23 – Dec. 23 with 6 performances a week: Tuesdays at 7 p.m. | Wednesdays at 7 p.m. |Thursdays at 7 p.m. | Fridays at 8 p.m. | Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. | Sundays* at 2 p.m. | *The last Sunday’s show (Dec. 23) is at 5 p.m.

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CAST

Jim… Mark Chambers*^
John… Logan Wolfe*^ 
Michael… Ali Foley*

* Denotes Member of Actors Equity Association
^Denotes Member of Hippodrome Acting Company


CREATIVE

Director… Stephanie Lynge
AEA Stage Manager… Amber Wilkerson*
Assistant Stage Managment Intern… Abby M. Schneck
Production Manager/Lighting Designer… Robert P. Robins
Scenic Designer… Michael Eaddy
Technical Director/Props Designer… Warren Goodwin
Master Electrician… Neil Bearden
Sound Designer/Light and Sound Board Operator… Amanda Yanes
Scenic Designer Assist… Peta McKenna
Costume Designer/Shop Supervisor … Stephanie Parks
Wardrobe… Nichole Williams


Tickets are on sale now at the Hippodrome Box Office: (352) 375-4477 or click here.

This activity has been funded in part by a Tourist Development Tax Grant from the Alachua County Coard of County Commissioners in conjunction with the Alachua County Tourist Development Council. For additional information or clarification contact Visit Gainesville/Alachua County at kmunden@alachuacounty.us or at 352-374- 5260.

 
25
Oct

Let the Right One In VIDEO

The Hippodrome Theatre is proud to present LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, directed by Lauren Warhol Caldwell, on stage Oct. 10 through Nov. 4. Reserve your tickets by calling (352)375-4477 or visit thehipp.org.

“Toogood’s Eli is young and ageless. Sensual and sexless. Innocence and evil. Now she is all painful adolescence (“Do I smell bad?”). Now she moves with the fluidity of a panther in full pounce…” wrote Ron Cunningham, The Gainesville Sun.

“It is cold blood spilled across blue ice, and madness scattered amongst the cedars and, for all that, a tender warmth that lingers still in the undead blood of a not-girl…”

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN is written by Jack Thorne, based on the internationally best-selling Swedish novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist that was then turned into a Swedish cult film by the same name and the dark Hollywood flick LET ME IN.

“The choreography of movements, at times, is almost a ballet,” wrote Don Simson, Villages-News.com

Playwright Jack Thorne wrote the book for the much-anticipated Broadway adaptation of King Kong. Thorne is also the Tony-award winning co-playwright of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child currently running on Broadway.

This captivating piece is a tender vampire myth told through the eyes of a sweet, yet turbulent coming-of-age romance. “It is beautiful and haunting,” Caldwell said, “But it is not your typical vampire story.”

25
Oct

Weaving a Story Class starts Monday!

Weaving a Story: Adult Basket Weaving and Storytelling Course
Oct. 29 – Dec. 3 | Mondays 6:15 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

The arts of storytelling and basket making weaved into one class for adults comes to the Hippodrome Theatre on Monday, Oct. 29! This series is on Mondays from Oct. 29 to Dec. 3, 6:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
 
Participants in this 6-part series will explore the oral tradition of storytelling while learning the art of basket-making. Class participants will work with seasoned storyteller and comedian Daniel Perea to harness their natural storytelling abilities while learning the art of Appalachian potato basket-weaving with visual artist Justine Henry. Toward the end of the series, students will perform a story and present a potato basket of their making.

Registration Open Now.

22
Oct

A Glimpse into LET THE RIGHT ONE IN

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN

Let the Right One In by Jack Thorne, based on the novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist and directed by Lauren Warhol Caldwell, is onstage at the Hippodrome Theatre in Gainesville, Fla., through November 4, 2018. Let the Right One In is a movement-filled horror tale of young-love, living scene to scene with as many cute and endearing moments as ones that brim with blood.

For tickets visit thehipp.org. Or call the Box Office at (352)375.4477 from Tues. – Sun. noon – 6 p.m.
Photos by Rachel Jones

 

For tickets to LET THE RIGHT ONE IN visit thehipp.org. Or call the Box Office at (352)375.4477 from Tues. – Sun. noon – 6 p.m.
Photos by Rachel Jones

23
Sep

Let the Right One In

https://tickets.thehipp.org/TheatreManager/1/login&event=1849

6
Sep

A Gala In Three Acts

Join us for a night of delicacy and exuberance while supporting the mission of the Hippodrome!
To honor 45 years of spectacular theatre, the Hippodrome’s Board of Directors is proud to present A Gala in Three Acts.
This unique, theatrical celebration will take place on Friday, September 28th, 2018, beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Don your funky, creative cocktail attire and enjoy:
> signature cocktails,
> hors d’oeuvres by Mark’s Prime Steakhouse,
> and a delicious meal by Ibti’s Catering,
as we explore the past, present, and future of our beloved theatre.
Limited seating is available. Tickets are reserved on a first come, first served basis.
Spectacular entertainment by:
> The Scott Wilson Trio
> Kelly Atkins
> Matthew Morgan
> Bryan Mercer
A silent auction featuring pieces by world-renowned artists and packages filled with fantastic items and opportunities is available exclusively to guests.
Friday, September 28 at 6:00 p.m. at the Hippodrome Theatre
Funky, creative cocktail attire.
$150 per person.
Tickets on sale now at (352) 375-4477 and thehipp.org.
Please visit GALA TICKETS to reserve your tickets, or call our Box Office at 352.375.4477.
Questions or special requests please call Development Associate Matthew Dibble at (352) 373-5968 x243.
6
Sep

Hippodrome Jazz Series

The Hippodrome Theatre is proud to partner with the University of Florida School of Music to bring the Hippodrome Jazz Series to the Hipp Lower Level starting Monday, September 10, 2018. Doors are at 7:00 p.m. and the music is from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
The Hippodrome Jazz series presents a range of jazz musicians who will play select Mondays and Thursdays through the months of September, October and November 2018. The full schedule of performers and links to advance tickets are below.

We are so excited about this collaboration to showcase some of Gainesville’s rising jazz stars and local jazz legends,” Scott Wilson, UF associate professor of jazz, said. “The Hippodrome jazz series will feature Brazilian jazz, Cuban jazz, Rhythm and Blues, New Orleans jazz, Gypsy Jazz, Hard Bop and Bebop.

As a centerpiece of culture in downtown Gainesville, the Hippodrome Theatre is proud to host such talented musicians at the Lower Level and hope that when people think jazz, they come to the Hipp.

SEPTEMBER
Monday, September 10th – ElIO PIEDRA QUARTET
Thursday, September 13th – WELSON TREMURA AND JACARE INSTRUMENTAL
Monday, September 24th – RAMBLIN’ MUTT RHYTHM AND BLUES BAND
OCTOBER
Thursday, October 4th – PAMELLI MARAFON & TABAJARA BELO
Monday, October 8th  –  JON JACKSON QUARET
Thursday, October 11th – AARON COLVERSON QUARTET
Thursday, October 18th – – BILL FOTE QUARTET 
Monday, October 22nd – ERIK ABERNATHY QUARTET
NOVEMBER
Thursday, November 1st  –  GEOFFREY PERRY QUARTET
Monday, November 5th –  GOSIA & ALI QUARTET
Thursday, November 8th – PAUL JOHNSON & BRIAN STEVENS QUARTET
Thursday,  November 15th – HOWARD WAPNER QUARTET
Monday, November 19th – GREG SNIDER GROUP

Tickets are just $5 and are available in advance online at thehipp.org, at the Hipp Box Office or at the door. 

For more info, call 352.375.4477.
12
Jul

Keepin’ Gainesville Hipp Benefit at Boca Fiesta!

Our next door neighbors BOCA FIESTA has planned a KEEP GAINESVILLE HIPP benefit show this Sunday, July 15th in The Backyard at Boca Fiesta & Palomino, featuring live music from the Post Teens, OOF, Sunshine State & Routines!

They wrote “Our neighbors at the Hippodrome Theatre are being impacted by budget cuts from the Florida state legislature, decimating funding for cultural grants. Thanks to these cuts, Florida now has the dubious honor of being ranked 48th in the nation for funding for the arts, as the total investment represents just 0.003 percent of the Florida budget.”

8 – 11 p.m. this Sunday, 7/15
$5-20 sliding scale

12
Jul

Hipp Tuesdays at Paramount Grill

The Paramount Grill announces the launch of “HIPP TUESDAYS” in response to the Hippodrome Theatre’s state funding cuts.

Chef and Owner of the Paramount Grill, Clif Nelson announced that the Paramount will donate 10% of gross receipts from all Tuesday sales to the Hippodrome Theatre starting on July 17 and extending for one year.

Mr. Nelson said,“I was shocked when I first heard the news that the Hippodrome’s state funding had been so drastically cut. I knew I needed to find a way to help.”

Starting on Tuesday, July 17, 10% of gross receipts from both lunch and dinner service at the Paramount Grill will be donated to the Hippodrome. In return, customers who dine at Paramount on “HIPP TUESDAYS” can bring their receipt to the Hippodrome box office and receive a customized notebook with a beautiful Hippodrome painting by Margaret Tolbert.

For over 30 years Clif Nelson, Chef/Owner of Paramount Grill, has been serving unique and innovative cuisine in Gainesville. The Paramount Grill opened in August 2001 and serves fresh, inventive cuisine, coupled with a relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere in the heart of downtown Gainesville.

Over the past 45 years, the Hippodrome has been steadfast in its commitment to inclusion, diversity and acceptance. Exploring shared humanity and tackling tough questions through the arts has been at the core of its mission, and  it has never been more important than now.
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