Hanover Theatre Announces Return to Indoor Performance

 by Tom MarinoSeptember 25, 2020
Last Updated February 2, 2021 6:13 AM

The Hanover Theatre returns to indoor performance starting Thursday, October 1, at the new BrickBox Theater at the Jean McDonough Arts Center at 20 Franklin St.

The performance, Edgar Allan Poe Double Header, will feature a single actor, THT Rep’s artistic director, Olivia D’Ambrosio Scanlon, who also directs the piece.

The performance will run Tuesday - Saturday through October 25.

Audiences of 20 or less for the hour-long performance of “The Tell-Tale Heart” and “The Cask of Amontillado” will sit cabaret-style. The performance is staged as a séance to “visit” through the medium of D’Ambrosio Scanlon.

Attending the performance will require wearing a mask and having temperature checked at the door. St. Vincent Hospital is the testing partner for The Hanover Theatre.

Performances are available for $2,500 by private booking only, for 20 people or fewer, either in the BrickBox or at a private residence. Smaller groups can contact the Hanover Theatre to discuss potential accommodations.

Groups who select to have the performance at the Brickbox Theatre with less than 20 attendees will be able to claim any balance over $125 per person as a charitable donation.

For more information, see the Hanover Theatre website.


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