A Very Grinchy Holiday Special

Gallows Hill Theatre presents:
A very Grinchy Holiday Special!

Join us at Gallows Hill Theatre for a fun re-telling of the classic tale with music, audience interaction, Max the dog, The Who family and Thing One and Thing Two!
A great holiday show for all ages, featuring Erik Rodenhiser as The Grinch.
After the show, kids can meet The Grinch, and take pictures with the cast!

Treats and a raffle included as well!

Tickets: $15 (ages 6 and up), $5 (ages 5 and under) or $52 for a family of 4, are available online.

A Very Grinchy Holiday Special

Gallows Hill Theatre presents:
A very Grinchy Holiday Special!

Join us at Gallows Hill Theatre for a fun re-telling of the classic tale with music, audience interaction, Max the dog, The Who family and Thing One and Thing Two!
A great holiday show for all ages, featuring Erik Rodenhiser as The Grinch.
After the show, kids can meet The Grinch, and take pictures with the cast!

Treats and a raffle included as well!

Tickets: $15 (ages 6 and up), $5 (ages 5 and under) or $52 for a family of 4, are available online.

A Christmas Carol, Starring Jonathan Kruk

Master Storyteller Jonathan Kruk’s solo show of “A Christmas Carol” began in 2011 at the Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow, a dramatic retelling of Charles Dickens’ “perfect haunted holiday tale of hope and redemption for all.’

Fans compare Jonathan to “an elegant Robin Williams,” possessing “a Patrick Stewart-like presence,” and ‘the charm of Alistar Sims.” The show runs one animated hour.

Musician Jim Keyes warms up the house with a lively singalong of “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Keyes accompanies Kruk on a vintage Hammond organ, violin, harp, bells and a can of rusty chains.

$25 at the door, or online.

Macbeth

Fair is foul, and foul is fair” proclaim the witches in Macbeth, Shakespeare’s classic tale of greed-soaked ambition. Set in a stark Scottish landscape, this adaptation displays the witches in a refreshingly original light, as witnessing the ambition and desperation of Macbeth, and the cunning and ruthlessness of Lady Macbeth. The witches are portrayed as agents of human beings, not their instigators, and so they and the audience get drawn into the humans’ conspiratorial plottings. Supernatural and unnatural forces come to the aid of Macbeth and his wife. Our protagonists are not so much seduced by the witches’ words as they are compelled by their own greedy ambitions and primitive fears to make inhuman choices in their quest for power.

Macbeth is also the story of an age – an age that included anxiety about witchcraft and the demonization of women as witches, as weavers of catastrophe. This adaptation incorporates parts of The Witchby Shakespeare’s contemporary, Middleton, and is directed by Professor Kate Amory, creator of D.arc Water and Ghosts of Troy.

Amory is joined on the production team by Professor Michael Harvey (scenic and lighting design), Ryan Blaney ’17 (sound design) and new theatre faculty Professor Jerry Johnson (costume design.)

This production contains adult language and subject matter and is intended for mature audiences. Tickets available at SalemStateTickets.com.

TICKETS
$20 general
$15 seniors and non-SSU students 18 and up
Under 18 admitted free
Salem State students admitted free with ID

COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

November 30-December 2, 7:30 pm and December 3, 2 pm

December 7-9, 7:30 pm and December 10, 2 pm

For access and accommodation information, visit SalemStateTickets.com.

A Very Grinchy Holiday Special

Gallows Hill Theatre presents:
A very Grinchy Holiday Special!

Join us at Gallows Hill Theatre for a fun re-telling of the classic tale with music, audience interaction, Max the dog, The Who family and Thing One and Thing Two!
A great holiday show for all ages, featuring Erik Rodenhiser as The Grinch.
After the show, kids can meet The Grinch, and take pictures with the cast!

Treats and a raffle included as well!

Tickets: $15 (ages 6 and up), $5 (ages 5 and under) or $52 for a family of 4, are available online.

Macbeth

Fair is foul, and foul is fair” proclaim the witches in Macbeth, Shakespeare’s classic tale of greed-soaked ambition. Set in a stark Scottish landscape, this adaptation displays the witches in a refreshingly original light, as witnessing the ambition and desperation of Macbeth, and the cunning and ruthlessness of Lady Macbeth. The witches are portrayed as agents of human beings, not their instigators, and so they and the audience get drawn into the humans’ conspiratorial plottings. Supernatural and unnatural forces come to the aid of Macbeth and his wife. Our protagonists are not so much seduced by the witches’ words as they are compelled by their own greedy ambitions and primitive fears to make inhuman choices in their quest for power.

Macbeth is also the story of an age – an age that included anxiety about witchcraft and the demonization of women as witches, as weavers of catastrophe. This adaptation incorporates parts of The Witchby Shakespeare’s contemporary, Middleton, and is directed by Professor Kate Amory, creator of D.arc Water and Ghosts of Troy.

Amory is joined on the production team by Professor Michael Harvey (scenic and lighting design), Ryan Blaney ’17 (sound design) and new theatre faculty Professor Jerry Johnson (costume design.)

This production contains adult language and subject matter and is intended for mature audiences. Tickets available at SalemStateTickets.com.

TICKETS
$20 general
$15 seniors and non-SSU students 18 and up
Under 18 admitted free
Salem State students admitted free with ID

COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

November 30-December 2, 7:30 pm and December 3, 2 pm

December 7-9, 7:30 pm and December 10, 2 pm

For access and accommodation information, visit SalemStateTickets.com.

A Very Grinchy Holiday Special

Gallows Hill Theatre presents:
A very Grinchy Holiday Special!

Join us at Gallows Hill Theatre for a fun re-telling of the classic tale with music, audience interaction, Max the dog, The Who family and Thing One and Thing Two!
A great holiday show for all ages, featuring Erik Rodenhiser as The Grinch.
After the show, kids can meet The Grinch, and take pictures with the cast!

Treats and a raffle included as well!

Tickets: $15 (ages 6 and up), $5 (ages 5 and under) or $52 for a family of 4, are available online.

Macbeth

Fair is foul, and foul is fair” proclaim the witches in Macbeth, Shakespeare’s classic tale of greed-soaked ambition. Set in a stark Scottish landscape, this adaptation displays the witches in a refreshingly original light, as witnessing the ambition and desperation of Macbeth, and the cunning and ruthlessness of Lady Macbeth. The witches are portrayed as agents of human beings, not their instigators, and so they and the audience get drawn into the humans’ conspiratorial plottings. Supernatural and unnatural forces come to the aid of Macbeth and his wife. Our protagonists are not so much seduced by the witches’ words as they are compelled by their own greedy ambitions and primitive fears to make inhuman choices in their quest for power.

Macbeth is also the story of an age – an age that included anxiety about witchcraft and the demonization of women as witches, as weavers of catastrophe. This adaptation incorporates parts of The Witchby Shakespeare’s contemporary, Middleton, and is directed by Professor Kate Amory, creator of D.arc Water and Ghosts of Troy.

Amory is joined on the production team by Professor Michael Harvey (scenic and lighting design), Ryan Blaney ’17 (sound design) and new theatre faculty Professor Jerry Johnson (costume design.)

This production contains adult language and subject matter and is intended for mature audiences. Tickets available at SalemStateTickets.com.

TICKETS
$20 general
$15 seniors and non-SSU students 18 and up
Under 18 admitted free
Salem State students admitted free with ID

COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

November 30-December 2, 7:30 pm and December 3, 2 pm

December 7-9, 7:30 pm and December 10, 2 pm

For access and accommodation information, visit SalemStateTickets.com.

Macbeth

Fair is foul, and foul is fair” proclaim the witches in Macbeth, Shakespeare’s classic tale of greed-soaked ambition. Set in a stark Scottish landscape, this adaptation displays the witches in a refreshingly original light, as witnessing the ambition and desperation of Macbeth, and the cunning and ruthlessness of Lady Macbeth. The witches are portrayed as agents of human beings, not their instigators, and so they and the audience get drawn into the humans’ conspiratorial plottings. Supernatural and unnatural forces come to the aid of Macbeth and his wife. Our protagonists are not so much seduced by the witches’ words as they are compelled by their own greedy ambitions and primitive fears to make inhuman choices in their quest for power.

Macbeth is also the story of an age – an age that included anxiety about witchcraft and the demonization of women as witches, as weavers of catastrophe. This adaptation incorporates parts of The Witchby Shakespeare’s contemporary, Middleton, and is directed by Professor Kate Amory, creator of D.arc Water and Ghosts of Troy.

Amory is joined on the production team by Professor Michael Harvey (scenic and lighting design), Ryan Blaney ’17 (sound design) and new theatre faculty Professor Jerry Johnson (costume design.)

This production contains adult language and subject matter and is intended for mature audiences. Tickets available at SalemStateTickets.com.

TICKETS
$20 general
$15 seniors and non-SSU students 18 and up
Under 18 admitted free
Salem State students admitted free with ID

COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

November 30-December 2, 7:30 pm and December 3, 2 pm

December 7-9, 7:30 pm and December 10, 2 pm

For access and accommodation information, visit SalemStateTickets.com.

Macbeth

Fair is foul, and foul is fair” proclaim the witches in Macbeth, Shakespeare’s classic tale of greed-soaked ambition. Set in a stark Scottish landscape, this adaptation displays the witches in a refreshingly original light, as witnessing the ambition and desperation of Macbeth, and the cunning and ruthlessness of Lady Macbeth. The witches are portrayed as agents of human beings, not their instigators, and so they and the audience get drawn into the humans’ conspiratorial plottings. Supernatural and unnatural forces come to the aid of Macbeth and his wife. Our protagonists are not so much seduced by the witches’ words as they are compelled by their own greedy ambitions and primitive fears to make inhuman choices in their quest for power.

Macbeth is also the story of an age – an age that included anxiety about witchcraft and the demonization of women as witches, as weavers of catastrophe. This adaptation incorporates parts of The Witchby Shakespeare’s contemporary, Middleton, and is directed by Professor Kate Amory, creator of D.arc Water and Ghosts of Troy.

Amory is joined on the production team by Professor Michael Harvey (scenic and lighting design), Ryan Blaney ’17 (sound design) and new theatre faculty Professor Jerry Johnson (costume design.)

This production contains adult language and subject matter and is intended for mature audiences. Tickets available at SalemStateTickets.com.

TICKETS
$20 general
$15 seniors and non-SSU students 18 and up
Under 18 admitted free
Salem State students admitted free with ID

COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

November 30-December 2, 7:30 pm and December 3, 2 pm

December 7-9, 7:30 pm and December 10, 2 pm

For access and accommodation information, visit SalemStateTickets.com.

Macbeth

Fair is foul, and foul is fair” proclaim the witches in Macbeth, Shakespeare’s classic tale of greed-soaked ambition. Set in a stark Scottish landscape, this adaptation displays the witches in a refreshingly original light, as witnessing the ambition and desperation of Macbeth, and the cunning and ruthlessness of Lady Macbeth. The witches are portrayed as agents of human beings, not their instigators, and so they and the audience get drawn into the humans’ conspiratorial plottings. Supernatural and unnatural forces come to the aid of Macbeth and his wife. Our protagonists are not so much seduced by the witches’ words as they are compelled by their own greedy ambitions and primitive fears to make inhuman choices in their quest for power.

Macbeth is also the story of an age – an age that included anxiety about witchcraft and the demonization of women as witches, as weavers of catastrophe. This adaptation incorporates parts of The Witchby Shakespeare’s contemporary, Middleton, and is directed by Professor Kate Amory, creator of D.arc Water and Ghosts of Troy.

Amory is joined on the production team by Professor Michael Harvey (scenic and lighting design), Ryan Blaney ’17 (sound design) and new theatre faculty Professor Jerry Johnson (costume design.)

This production contains adult language and subject matter and is intended for mature audiences. Tickets available at SalemStateTickets.com.

TICKETS
$20 general
$15 seniors and non-SSU students 18 and up
Under 18 admitted free
Salem State students admitted free with ID

COMPLETE PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

November 30-December 2, 7:30 pm and December 3, 2 pm

December 7-9, 7:30 pm and December 10, 2 pm

For access and accommodation information, visit SalemStateTickets.com.

Hot Spot Cabaret

Hot Spot Cabaret – The musical comedy revue offers something for everyone.  Music from the 1940’s through today is featured in the show.  Adult comedy and skits are also featured and always tastefully done.  Rousing songs aren’t in short supply either.

The show is a live production featuring 7 seasoned performers and a pianist and percussionist.  Hot Spot has been performing throughout the area for several years at such places as Christine’s Show Club in Dennis, Quincy Center Dinner Theatre, The Cape Plaza, Montvale Plaza Dinner Theatre, The Canoe Club, and many local clubs and organizations.

Tickets: $45, includes three-course dinner and the show. Available online in advance. ($25 for the show only).

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