Hangar Theatre Presents Its 2020 Summer Lineup

"Kinky Boots" from a 2019 performance at Hangar Theatre
The Hangar Theatre creates and presents performances of exceptional quality in New York’s Finger Lakes region while training the next generation of theatre artists. They inspire the community with work and classes that enrich, entertain, and enlighten. They also believe in the power of theatre to transform lives. The 2020 mainstage performances are a tribute to the theatre's mission.

Tiny Beautiful Things
by Cheryl Strayed, adapted for the stage by Nia Vardalos
June 11-20  
This insightful, moving play brings to life a series of advice columns by Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild. Working under the pseudonym “Sugar," she ties in her own personal experiences to respond to readers’ questions with advice that is often surprising and funny, and is always rich with compassion and honesty.

Urinetown The Musical
music and lyrics by Mark Hollmann, book and lyrics by Greg Kotis
June 26-July 11 
In the future, water is scarce. The government has banned private toilets. All public restrooms are controlled by The Urine Good Company. If you try to stand up to this dreaded entity, to exercise your right against this malevolent monopoly, you are sent to…Urinetown!

The Secret Garden
book and lyrics by Marsha Norman, music by Lucy Simon
July 17-August 1
Inspired by the classic children’s novel, The Secret Garden tells the story of Mary Lennox, a 10-year-old orphan sent to live with her uncle. The home she finds is as barren and empty as the garden that once thrived there, but Mary’s determination to heal her family results in a journey of redemption and hope.

Outside Mullingar
by John Patrick Shanley
In Repertory, August 6-29
Rosemary and Anthony have spent their lives as neighbors in adjoining farms in Ireland. It appears as if there’s nothing they can agree upon, especially a disputed track of land between the two properties. Ending up together couldn’t be further from their minds. It’s a ridiculous notion, really.

Queen’s Girl In The World
by Caleen Sinnette Jennings
In Repertory, August 13-29
Queens Girl in the World is the Motown infused story of Jacqueline Marie Butler, an African-American teenager coming of age in the 1960s. Her joys, challenges and heart-break act as a unique lens to the civil rights movement as she journeys from her all-black neighborhood in Queens to an exclusive private school in Greenwich Village. Regional premiere.


Call (607)273-8588 and visit www.hangartheatre.org for more information!

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