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17
Nov

Small Business Saturday: All tickets $20!

All performances of “A Christmas Carol” & “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)” all tickets are just $20 on Saturday, Nov. 24. We know you shop local for the holidays, and the Hipp values and appreciates you for doing so. As your only local, nonprofit professional theatre in Gainesville, we offer the gift of an unforgettable, irreplaceable and Gainesville-grown experience for the holidays! To celebrate community, local business and shopping small, on Small Business Saturday all 3 showtimes are just $20! Both shows are fun for the whole family!

$20 Ticket Showtimes:
2 p.m. Nov. 24 – “A Christmas Carol” (first performance of the year!)
4 p.m. Nov. 24 – “A Christmas Carol”
8:30 p.m. Nov. 24 – “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)”

Share in the wonderment and joy of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” 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! Every performance of “A Christmas Carol” sold out last year, so reserve your tickets today!

In “Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)” 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.

Tickets are on sale at the Hippodrome Box Office at
(352) 375-4477 or https://tickets.thehipp.org/TheatreManager/1/login&venue=21

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5
Nov

Hippodrome Gift Card Sale!

The Hippodrome Theatre  proudly presents
Hippodrome Holiday Gift Cards
Now On Sale!

“What on Earth am I going to get for Aunt Susan?”

Looking for a unique and creative gift idea? Need multiple gifts for teachers, parents, babysitters, hairdressers and the dog walker?

Our Hippodrome holiday gift card offers the opportunity to shop with your values, keep your giving dollars in the local economy and support Gainesville’s 46-year-old (wowza!) professional theatre along the way.

This holiday season, get a FREE $25 HIPPODROME GIFT CARD with every purchase of $100 in Hippodrome gift cards, plus a custom note card and envelope so your gift cards are ready for giving. (No wrapping required!)

Hippodrome gift cards can be customized to the amount of your choice and can be used for the mainstage theatre, the cinema and our education camps and classes.

3 Easy Ways to Buy!
1. Stop by the Hipp Box Office (Tues. – Sun. 12noon – 7 p.m.)
2. Call the Hipp Box Office (352)375-4477
3. Click here: Gift Cards

Thank you for shopping local this holiday season!
— Your friends at the Hipp

Gift cards 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.

Purchase Your Gift Cards

5
Nov

Hipp Holiday Family Flex Pass now on sale

The Hippodrome Theatre  proudly presents
the Family Flex Pass
Happy Holidays!

Got a full table?

Our new FAMILY FLEX PASS has been officially opened up to the public and is perfect for parents, grandparents and anyone else wanting to give the magic of theatre to the next generation without breaking the bank. For only $59, the FAMILY FLEX PASS will get you 4 tickets for you and your family to attend one of the Hippodrome’s holiday productions – Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) and A Christmas Carol – at a great price. The pass contains a maximum of 2 adult admissions, with the remaining youth tickets, offering you a savings of up to $54! 

 

Don’t Pass This Up! This deal is now open to the public, and the best seats are available to the first to purchase tickets!

The Family Flex Pass is on sale now at the Hippodrome Box Office: (352) 375-4477 or click here.
Purchase Your Family Flex Pass

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.

 
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

9
Apr

Spring Break Camp was SO MUCH FUN!

Spring Break Camp at the Hippodrome was so much fun! We had special guests, including the Barber Gators and Hula GAINESVILLE, workshops like costuming, and so much more!

The different age groups even created and performed their own rendition of Dr. Suess’s “The Lorax,” as you can see in the following links!

https://youtu.be/yDUhkiTm2-4

https://youtu.be/7jfb-oRL648

To look into our summer programs, click here!

28
Mar

THEATRE AND SELF-DISCOVERY

The Hippodrome and the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding present a groundbreaking new six-week adult course at the Hippodrome called “Theatre and Self-Discovery.”

 

The focus of Theatre and Self-Discovery is in what lies below the surface, how self-esteem impacts people and people’s needs list. In theatre, actors ask of their character: what drives this person’s behavior?

 

This course bridges the mediums between non-violent communication work and theatre in a non-threatening way, a way to step away from your own self in creating a character that is not you. One of the goals of this collaboration between the River Phoenix Center for Peace-building and the Hippodrome Theatre is peace-building within oneself.

 

Through this 6 week intensive adult theatre class, participants will explore the nuance of relating human behavior to the craft of a theatre artist. First, participants will go below the surface of these characters with writing. The initial classes will be facilitated by Heart Phoenix of the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding, and Gabrielle Byam, of the Hippodrome Theatre and the River Phoenix Center for Peacebuilding.

 

Then participants will bring the writing to the stage with real theatre artists, Matt Lindsay and Cameron Pfahler of the Hippodrome Theatre, and the course will utilize these introspective discoveries with a focus on character development and scene construction. Each individual will create and write a monologue that reflects the experiences accumulated throughout the course; the class will culminate with a showcase of student monologues.

 

A bit about the course leaders: Heart has been facilitating workshops for non-violent communication for 15 years. Gabrielle has worked at the Hippodrome Theatre for 20 years and has been facilitating workshops for non-violent communication for 8 years. Matt Lindsay is a theatre director, and a teacher at the Hipp for 10 years. Cameron has worked at the Hipp for several years, has a degree in psychology and has had work featured at a local playwrights festival.

 

6 sessions — Mondays, April 9 – May 14
6:15 – 7:30 p.m.

 

To best provide a personalized experience for participants, class size is limited.

Sign up here or call Gabrielle at 352.373.5968 x230 for more information.

19
Jan

Mainstage News: “The Royale” Reviews

Mainstage News: “The Royale” Reviews

The rave reviews are in! “The Royale” delivers a knock-out punch! The Gainesville Sun reviewer Ron Cunningham writes, ‘The Royale’ plays out more like a dreamy ballet set to gritty rhythm. And the effect is sublime.” Come see for yourself what made audience members jump to their feet in a full standing ovations every single night! Make your reservations for THE ROYALE now at 352.375.4477 or online at thehipp.org

http://www.gainesville.com/entertainmentlife/20180117/review-the-royale-delivers-knock-out-punch

 

Read all about “The Royale” and the electrifying partnership of co-directors Ryan George and Lauren Warhol Caldwell through the eyes of local acclaimed writer Timothy Shamrock McShane:
“Ryan George has in-the-ring know-how to apply to The Royale, intimate experience of playing it in a hit production in Coral Gables, Warhol has Hipp know-how, expressionistic chops and a social conscience.” Discount previews start tonight! Tickets to The Royale at 352.375.4477 and thehipp.org.

Read here:

Counter Punch

 

Gainesville Downtown previews THE ROYALE at the Hipp! Tickets at 352.375.4477 and thehipp.org

“Dylan Kammerer, a UF grad who now lives in Brooklyn, said that any good ensemble piece “lives and dies by the heartbeat that is one.” Such is the case with The Royale.

“I think what Marco’s done really well is offer a piece of theater that is so exciting and so nonstop and almost filmic in a way in that you can’t take your eyes off of it, and we don’t give you the opportunity, and when we do, it just rips your heart out.”

“People who have never been to the Hippodrome before are going to love it.” UF School of Theatre + Dance

Hipp Delivers Knockout Punch with ‘The Royale’

Check out today’s cover story of the Gainesville Scene! The preview article for “The Royale” is featured, by Sara Marino. Come down to the Hipp for a discount preview performance at 7 tonight to see what it’s all about.

“I think that it’s an ensemble in that it lives and dies by the heartbeat that is one with this cast,” Kammerer said. “What it’s done really well is provide a piece of theater that is so exciting and so nonstop, and it’s almost like a film in a way that you can’t take your eyes off of it.”

4
Nov

Let the Make-Believe In: UF Professor Charlie Mitchell in “The Legend of Georgia McBride”

Let the Make-Believe In: UF Professor Charlie Mitchell in “The Legend of Georgia McBride”

By Daniela Esteves

Charlie Mitchell’s mom wanted her family to be cultured. With two musicians as siblings, Mitchell had only one choice to be different: theatre.

Like Casey in “The Legend of Georgia McBride,” Mitchell fell in love with the make-believe. He fell in love with the theatre’s feedback loop between actor and audience and the thrill each performance never turning out the same.

Mitchell performed through high school, where his passion grew and led him to decide it was the career for him. He completed his BFA in actor training at Ithaca College, studied playwriting at Boston University and earned his doctorate from the University of Colorado.

Charlie Mitchell as “Eddie” in “The Legend of Georgia McBride” on the Hipp Mainstage. (Photo by Michael Eaddy)

As a theatre professor at the University of Florida and Hippodrome State Theatre company member, Mitchell tries to be evangelical in his lessons and strives to teach his students to let the make-believe into their own lives.

Mitchell has played in Hipp favorites such as “Hamlet” and “Hand to God.” Mitchell’s current role in the Hippodrome’s production of “The Legend of Georgia McBride” as Eddie, owner of Cleo’s, a run-down, small-town Florida bar, whose love of money leads him to embrace family back into his life. Mitchell enjoys portraying the growth of his character as well as his devoted and loyal personality.

He believes the show’s themes of family, acceptance, and camaraderie is why people should come see it.

“After the Nazis come to town, people need a place to feel good,” he said, referring to the recent hosting and wildly abhorred Richard Spencer event on University of Florida campus.

Mitchell admitted this production has made him teary-eyed multiple times backstage.

The bond between the cast and backstage crew is what has made this production so special for him, he said. He’ll never forget the countless hours of eyelash rehearsals. (Yes, eyelash rehearsals are a thing, and our actors kill it!)

In it’s last runs, the play still makes him laugh, he said. It’s clever playwriting with hilarious one-liners but doesn’t shy away from emotional truth, which is why the show is so relevant and powerful.

Charlie Mitchell and Jon Kovach in “The Legend of Georgia McBride” on the Hippodrome Mainstage. (Photo by Rachel Jones)

Make your reservations quick by calling 352-375-4477 or visiting thehipp.org/georgiamcbridetickets to grab up the last seats!