You’ll find IC students, faculty, and alumni at the Hangar Theatre over the summer, both onstage and behind the scenes, as well as in the audience. Major renovations of the space, which used to be part of the municipal airport, were completed last year.
Peter Flynn, artistic director at the Hangar, describes the season’s mainstage performances—Rounding Third, Ragtime, Ever So Humble, Gem of the Ocean, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show—as “diverse, intelligent, fun-loving, and friendly. My hope is this season’s shows inspire conversation about our families—both those into which we are born and those we make ourselves with the friends around us.”
Kids’ shows—Alice in Wonderland; If You give a Pig a Pancake; Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type; Willy Wonka Junior; and Goodnight Moon—“will provoke laughter and reflection,” Flynn says. “Hopefully, they will also provoke gratitude.”
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