Happy Birthday Wanda June
“This is a simple-minded play about men who enjoy killing, and those who don’t.” – Penelope (Happy Birthday Wanda June)
Happy Birthday Wanda June was Kurt Vonnegut’s first play, which premiered in New York in 1970 and was then adapted into a film in 1971. It is a darkly humorous and searing examination of the excesses of capitalism, patriotism, toxic masculinity, and American culture in the post-Vietnam War era.This play captures Vonnegut’s brilliantly distinct perspective unlike we have ever seen it before.
Harold Ryan, believed dead in the jungle for seven years, returns to his family in New York City, and finds difficulty in connecting with his wife, and son.
The co-production of Wanda’s Visit & The One Act Play That Goes Wrong completed a very successful run with close to 800 theatre patrons enjoying these delightful comedies Directed by Niki Henderson & Marlene Sears
The production of our Youth players performance of Pride & Prejudice completed a very successful run with many theatre patrons enjoying a top show from the Hubtown players of tomorrow. Directed by Annelise Corbett & Leana Todd