Welcome Back Series

After a hiatus of almost two years, Bluff City Theater is back with an abbreviated season-and a few changes.  Join us this May and June for two amazing plays, performed outdoors in Central Park.  Performances are Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m.

ADMISSION IS FREE!

Thanks to generous support from our sponsors and donors, there is no charge to attend any performance of either show.  However, each performance is limited to only 120 audience members for CoVid safety, so you must go online to reserve a seat at least an hour before the performance starts.  You will be required to submit an email address for at least one member of your party for contact tracing purposes if necessary.

DONATIONS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED!

Although admission is free, our costs remain the same and we’re relying on your generosity to help pay the bills.  We want as many people as possible to enjoy what we have on offer during our Welcome Back! season.  When you reserve your seats, please consider making a donation online for as much as you can afford.  It’s quick and easy and every donation of $25 or more will receive a donation receipt for tax purposes.

We’ll also give you the opportunity to make a donation at performances-in cash, by check or credit card.  Producing quality theater is an expensive undertaking and we rely on your generosity to keep it happening in Hannibal.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
The Riedel Foundation
Independent’s Service Company
Dr. Christopher and Liz Solaro
HNB Bank
Nora Creason and Don Metcalfe.

VINCENT
by
Leonard Nimoy

Directed by Sydnie Grosberg-Ronga
Starring Drew Pannebecker

VINCENT
by
Leonard Nimoy

A moving and personal look at the world's best known and least understood artist. This play pulls the audience in and keeps them long after the final curtain.

Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30 PM

and Sunday at 2:00 PM

May 12 - May 16
and May 19 - May 22

Ticketing is closed for this event.

TRYING
by
Johanna McClelland-Glass

Directed by Sydnie Grosberg-Ronga
Starring
Kent Coffel and Eileen Engel

TRYING
by
Johanna McClelland-Glass

The story of the internationally known Francis Biddle, Chief Judge of the Nuremberg trials, opponent of the Japanese internment camps during World War II, and Attorney General under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Trying is a memorable play about a strong young Canadian girl hired to be secretary to an old, Philadelphia aristocrat.

Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30 PM

and Sunday at 2:00 PM

June 9 - June 13
and June 16 - June 19

Ticketing is closed for this event.