Sweet Dreams of Patsy

Are you All Crazy About Patsy Cline?

Fri Mar 13, 2020 7:30 PM Bluff City Theater, Hannibal, MO Featuring Alice Faye as the legendary Patsy Cline Direct from Branson Bluff City Theater presents an up-close-and-personal evening with the music of Patsy Cline in a 90-minute show dedicated to Patsy and other country legends. Over 15 of Patsy’s hits are featured in this production by Alice Faye, a long time Branson performer. This is a great evening out for those looking for a show with old-time country music.  The show takes place in our intimate 90-seat theater with no seat more than 20 feet from the stage. Tickets…

All Crazy 'bout Patsy

Bluff City Theater to host All Crazy ‘bout Patsy, Direct from Branson!

Friday March 13th 7:30 p.m. 212 Broadway in Historic Downtown Hannibal In a first for Hannibal, Bluff City Theater will be hosting Alice Faye in her one-woman tribute “All Crazy ‘bout Patsy” for one show on Friday, March 13th. Faye has been performing for audiences in Branson, Missouri since 2016 and before that across the country, bringing her amazing voice and favorites from the legendary Patsy Cline and a host of other favorite female country artists, including Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood and Reba McIntyre among others. Here’s what audiences have to say about this show… If you close your eyes…

  With 27 albums and 3 Grammys in a career that spans five decades, Tom Chapin may be the most successful children’s entertainer in America today! Families love his brand of smart, catchy and relevant songs about things that matter to kids. His music is described as “kid-friendly and adult safe” so everyone, no matter the age will enjoy the show. Check out this recording of Tom’s hit This Pretty Planet (featuring Judy Collins).  The Tom Chapin Family Concert takes place this Saturday at 1 p.m. at Roland Performing Arts Center at HLG University. Tickets are still available online at…

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Read the Quincy Herald Whig Interview With Tom Chapin Here…

By Edward Husar Herald-Whig Posted: Jan. 26, 2019 9:55 pm HANNIBAL, Mo. — Tom Chapin, a contemporary folk musician and children’s entertainer with a widely recognized family name, will bring his musical talents to Hannibal for two concerts on Feb. 9. Chapin, 73, is a younger brother of the late Harry Chapin, the internationally known singer/songwriter/musician who rocketed to stardom in the 1970s with a series of smash hits, including “Taxi” and “Cat’s in the Cradle.” Tom Chapin is a lifelong musician and performer in his own right. He not only has produced 27 albums of music but also has…

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Still haven’t ordered you 2019 Subscription Yet?

  There’s still time to lock in savings before the New Year! With two World-Premiere original productions, one World-Premiere of a new script adaptation and an evening with one of America’s greatest living folk artists, we’ve packed a lot of experiences into our 2019 Season.  Our fifth season is our biggest and best ever as we celebrate Hannibal’s Bicentennial with our season theme of The American Experience.   Starting with David Stanley Ford’s engrossing two-hander The Interrogation of Nathan Hale by Captain John Montressor of HRH Expeditionary Forces we’re looking at the motivations that led a group of people to rebel…

And the curtain falls on our 2018 Season-Thanks for the Memories…

                                                  As the 2018 Season, built around the theme of Faith draws to a close, we’d like to say thanks to everyone who made this season possible.  To our talented casts and crew, to our volunteers, our sponsors and Producer’s Circle members, our volunteers and especially to our dedicated subscribers, we hope you’ve enjoyed seeing our shows as much as we’ve enjoyed bringing them to you. Over the past four years, we’ve produced 21 shows, including…

Trees Die Standing Tall Opens This Week!

Alejandro Casona’s long and storied career as one of Spain’s great literary personalities in the 20th century may have made him a household name in both his native country and his adopted country of Argentina, but he is a relative unknown in the English-speaking world.  That’s why we’re so excited to bring this American premiere of the English-language translation by Lia Beeson to Hannibal’s BCT stage as the fourth offering in our season devoted to the theme of Faith. The plot is deceptively simple- a young grandson is banished from his ancestral home after he is discovered stealing and he…

Who is Asher Lev? An Exclusive Interview with Drew Pannebecker

An Exclusive Interview with the Star of My Name is Asher Lev: Drew Pannebecker Last weekend, My Name is Asher Lev opened here at Bluff City Theater. Audience members have been leaving night after night with nothing but wonderful things to say. I sat down with the star of the production, Drew Pannebecker, to talk about his role and his contributions to the production. Drew is a native of the St. Louis Area and holds his MFA in Ensemble-Based Physical Theatre from Dell’Arte International in Blue Lake, CA. He appeared in Wonderland, The Violet Hour, the Shakespeare Festival Educational Tour, and…

A FACEBOOK GIVEAWAY YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!

Dinner & A Show Facebook Giveaway Are you in desperate need of a night out? Well, we have just the fix for that! How about a night out in Downtown Hannibal. We are donating two tickets to any of our professionally run shows in the 2018 season and LaBinnah Bistro is donating a $50 gift certificate. This combination would make a perfect date night and it could be yours for FREE! All you have to do is log on to Facebook, and find our most recent post. Once you get there you need to: 1. LIKE Bluff City Theater and…

My Name is Asher Lev: An Exclusive Look into rehearsal!

An Exclusive Interview with My Name is Asher Lev’s Director: Sydnie Grosberg Ronga By Camden Scifres, Summer Intern   As My Name is Asher Lev draws closer to opening, the more excited I am. I had the pleasure of sitting in on a rehearsal run of the show the other day and in that rehearsal  I saw three captivating actors take on several roles together as they told a beautifully triumphant story of an artist. After the run, I was so moved that I had the urge to conduct an interview with the show’s director Sydnie Grosberg Ronga about some of…

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