Performances

We the People– August 10 & 11, 17 & 18, 24 & 25

  • Saturdays 10am and 1pm
  • Sundays 2pm

Follow Rabbit and Mule as they travel back in time to visit great African American inventors, and learn why education and their cultural influences helped shape today’s generation. Come laugh, learn, and beat box on this journey of self-growth, cultural enlightenment, and overcoming personal oppressions.

Mirandy and Brother Wind– Sept 14 & 15, 21 & 22, 28 & 29

  • Saturdays 10am and 1pm
  • Sundays 2pm

This story is set in 1906 in Ridgetop, Tennessee, a Black community in the rural south.  Mirandy wants to win the cakewalk contest but she wants to be sure she has the best partner to help her accomplish that goal.  She tries her hardest to catch Brother Wind who she believes is the best dancer around.

Nutcracker  – Weekday Matinees December 2 – 13

10 am Monday – Friday.

At a gala Christmas Eve party, Clara’s godfather presents her with an amazing Nutcracker in the form of a wooden soldier. Too excited to sleep, she suddenly finds the Nutcracker brought to life. He tells her he is a prince under the wicked enchantment of the Mouse King, and she joins him in a series of adventures in strange lands as he seeks to regain his throne. When she wakes, she finds the Nutcracker gone. Was it a dream or not? Then her godfather returns with his nephew—who just happens to look exactly like the prince! Recommended ages 6-15.

Booking through Hattiloo at Programs@hattilootheatre.org

The Meeting– Weekday Matinees January 27 – February 7

10 am Monday – Friday.

Set one day after the bombing of Malcolm X’s house, the play portrays a fictionalized meeting between Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcom X, as they debate life, death, their legacies, and the most effective way to gain equality in America. Recommended ages 8-18.

Booking through Hattiloo at Programs@hattilootheatre.org

I Too Am America(Touring) – February 3 – 28

I Too Am America recounts the lives of black historical figures like Ida B. Wells and Sojourner Truth and introduces audiences to significant points of history through drama and music.  Recommended age 7-15.

This is a touring show for groups of 30-200 youth during the month of February.  Bookings can be made through Hattiloo at Programs@hattilootheatre.org

Once On This Island Jr.(Buckman) – March 7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22

Adapted from the celebrated Broadway musical, this rousing Calypso-flavored tale follows one small girl who finds love in a world of prejudice.  Recommended ages 5-14.