From an iconic Shakespearean tragedy to the social event of the season.


Tickets to every event range from $8-$150. Click here to learn more about our tiered ticket pricing. Scroll down to learn more about each event!


By William Shakespeare
September 29 – October 15, 2022


“Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble.”

Fair is foul in this fast-paced take on Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy. Cut to a swift 90 minutes and helmed by THT Rep’s Artistic Director, Livy Scanlon, the action comes to life through a large cast and inventive staging with post-apocalyptic vibes. Join us for a sleek, bleak rendition of Macbeth’s bloody rise to power and calamitous demise!

The Edgar Allan Poe Double Header

The Tell-Tale Heart and The Cask of Amontillado
Limited Run October 27-29, 2022

“I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I heard many things in hell.”

Originally staged in October 2020 for socially-distanced audiences, The Edgar Allan Poe Double Header returns to haunt fully seated houses! At turns dark and darkly funny, this 60-minute solo show is staged as a séance, conjuring two of Poe’s most notorious narrators.

Created and performed by Livy Scanlon with costume design by Chelsea Kerl, lighting design by Brenda Shepard and sound design by Steve Shepard.


New Play by Katie Bender
Staged Reading Directed by Brendon Fox
March 13, 2023


What if Shakespeare had a sister?

Judith dresses in drag and heads to London to save her brother’s reputation. There, she pursues work as a poet, discovering the pleasures and pitfalls of passing in a patriarchal, politically charged, deeply divided nation. Gallivanting in and out of character, Judith is a solo show that questions identity, ambition and self-worth. Written during the pandemic, it is a love letter to the magic of the theatre.

The Crucible

By Arthur Miller
Staged Reading Featuring All-Female Cast
March 29 – April 2, 2023

“I saw Goody Good with the Devil!”

Widely considered one of the greatest American plays ever written, The Crucible dramatizes the Salem witch trials of the late 1600s. Miller wrote the piece in response to the McCarthy-era communist “witch hunt” that gripped the country in the 1950s.

In this staged reading, we will examine how the play’s themes of misogyny and religious extremism resonate in today’s world, especially when women play both the male and female characters. As part of this examination, we will consider the role white women play in society as both victims and victimizers. Audiences are invited to share their feedback and stay for post-show dialogues with members of the community and creative team.

Tiered tickets from $8-$150 on sale now!

The Marvelous Party

Inspired by Noël Coward
May 12-14, 2023

“I couldn’t have liked it more!”

Equal parts party and performance, this tea-spilling night at the BrickBox will feature Noël Coward’s humorous poem, I Went To A Marvelous Party, together with popular numbers from the musical theatre canon and beyond. See and be seen at the event of the season!

Creative team coming soon.

Tiered tickets from $8-$150 on sale now!

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