Hamilton Playhouse has Two Reasons to Visit
The Hamilton Playhouse just finished its presentation of “Oklahoma” and has two events this week.
An Open House Thursday evening will show you what’s been happening backstage and what’s being planned at Hamilton’s Community Theater. The free Open House will be from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. March 6th.
You’ll tour the playhouse, learn about the current status of the Tech Project, see the progress on the Costume Annex and Shop reorganization, and find out what lies ahead for the crew at Hamilton Playhouse.
Then, celebrating International Women’s Day Saturday March 8th, the Hamilton Players will be “sticking to the script” literally with a reader’s theater presentation of Jane Martin’s “Talking With…”
The show starts at 7 p.m.
The characters are memorable and some of the Hamilton Players best performers will sharing the stage for this one-night-only show, produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. The production is sponsored by Kelley and Dan Floyd, Soroptimists of Hamilton, New Horizons, and Montana Cultural Trust.
The show will be FREE, but if you’d like to make a donation, that’s nice, too. Because it’s free, this is one of the few times it will General Seating – no reserved seats.