Annie Get Your Gun
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin
Original Book by Herbert and Dorothy Fields
As Revised by Peter Stone
Directed by Robert Chapel
June 27-July 6
The whole family will want to see the classic American tale of Annie Oakley in one of the most enduring musicals in Broadway history. From “There’s No Business Like Show Business” to “Anything You Can Do” and ”I Got the Sun in the Morning,” Irving Berlin’s score is overflowing with musical theatre’s greatest hits. Larger than life characters like Buffalo Bill Cody and Sitting Bull hit the target of pure Americana; and when it comes to musical love stories, they just don’t come more sure-handed, or sure-hearted, than the sharpshooting pair of Annie and her dear Frank Butler!
by John Logan
Directed by Betsy Rudelich Tucker
Ruth Caplin Theatre
July 3-July 13
For Mature Audiences
It’s 1958. Legendary abstract expressionist Mark Rothko is at the height of his fame and has just accepted the biggest commission in the history of modern art – giant murals for the new Four Seasons. Through the course of two years of positing and posturing, a new assistant challenges him to examine the difference between selling and selling out. Rothko is forced to decide whether his crowning achievement will also be his undoing in this fascinating window into the artistic mind, heart, and ego. Winner of the 2010 Tony Award for Best Play, this production contains adult language.
Tuna Does Vegas
by Ed Howard, Jaston Williams, Joe Sears
Directed by Matt Davies
July 17-August 3
Bright Lights, Big…Tuna? That’s right, the deliciously twisted townsfolk from Tuna, Texas are headed to Sin City in the latest installment of the popular series. It all starts when radio personality Arles Struvie announces he and his wife are heading there to renew their vows, and the entire town follows. HTF’s own dynamic duo of Evan Bridenstine and J.P. Scheidler will once again take audiences along for the riotous ride. This time, What Happens in Vegas…is Hilarious!