Pre-Show Conversation for The Mystery of Edwin Drood (11am on Sat Nov 4 in Hubbard Hall)
Come to Hubbard Hall to meet with composer and creator Rupert Holmes, director David Snider, and cast for a discussion about playing multiple characters, what it's like to work with a writer on a new version of a classic show, and the history of this musical. If you were able to join us for our Preshow Conversations for The Book Club Play or The Glass Menagerie at Battenkill Books, you’ll know it can be a wonderful opportunity to learn about the rehearsal process, ask questions of the director and performers, and get some real face-to-face time with wonderful artists. This event is FREE and all are invited!
Saturday, November 4 at 11am at Hubbard Hall The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens on Saturday, Nov. 18 at Hubbard Hall
A New Version of this Tony Award-winning Musical Comedy! A Family Friendly Musical Murder Mystery! A part of Christmas in Cambridge!
This wildly funny show won the Tony Award for Best Musical and has some of the most gorgeous music and lyrics heard on stage in decades. Based on Dickens’ last, unfinished novel and murder mystery, Hubbard Hall will be the second theater ever to produce this new version, adapted by creator Rupert Holmes, into a lightning quick and hilarious 90 minute version. The show stops just before the murderer is revealed – and so you, the audience, choose who done it! The results are different at every performance – and just like the fun with The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee, you’re a part of the show! Rupert Holmes is slated to join us for this production, adapting the script to be set at our own Hubbard Hall. Join us for the fun!