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Nathan Hale was just 21 years old when he became the first American to die as a spy.

Washington’s forces had been swept off Long Island.  Desperately needing intelligence, he sought a volunteer to go behind enemy lines to report on British plans and strength.  Within a few hours, Nathan Hale had been betrayed by his own cousin, seized and sentenced to hang.  In this remarkable script, David Stanley Ford recreates the hours leading up to Hale’s execution as he is interrogated by John Montressor, a career officer in HRH expeditionary army.  Seen through the eyes of Hale, the idealist, and Montressor, the cynic, we examine the underpinnings of what became The United States of America, with all its wonderous virtues and its terrible flaws.  A.S. Freeman directs and Alan Knoll stars in Bluff City Theater’s inaugural production in a year that celebrates The American Experience.
With two world-premieres of new plays written especially for this season, a premiere of a brand-new adaptation of a Herman Melville comedic novel and two remarkable dramas drawn from the annals of American history, we’ve crafted a spectacular season with something for everyone.
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And, there is still time to lock in savings-just $125  buys a ticket for all five productions AND a premium seat (regularly $42) to next Saturday’s An Evening With Tom Chapin.  You don’t want to miss this intimate concert with one of America’s greatest living folk artists.   Tom shares anecdotes from his long and storied career- singing with his brothers Harry and Steve in The Chapin Brothers, on Broadway, on television and in movies all delivered along with his Grammy-winning musical talents.

There is still time to lock in savings-just $125 buys a ticket for all five productions AND a premium seat (regularly $42) to next Saturday’s An Evening With Tom Chapin. You don’t want to miss this intimate concert with one of America’s greatest living folk artists. Tom shares anecdotes from his long and storied career- singing with his brothers Harry and Steve in The Chapin Brothers, on Broadway, on television and in movies all delivered along with his Grammy-winning musical talents.

                               Buy online at www.eventshannibal.com                               or call the box office at 573-719-3226

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