2024/2025 Season

Evil has many faces.  

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
From the novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
Directed by Melia Bensussen

October 10 – November 3, 2024 

When the well-respected Dr. Jekyll investigates the mayhem being wrought on the streets of London, he becomes suspicious of the mysterious Mr. Hyde. In pursuing this shady figure, Jekyll’s life begins to unravel. A witty and suspenseful adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, this psychological thriller asks: to what lengths will we go to hide our true selves?

Change is coming.   

August Wilson’s Two Trains Running

Directed by Gilbert McCauley

January 23 – February 16, 2025 

Set against the economic turbulence of Pittsburgh’s Hill District in 1969, diner-owner Memphis Lee finds himself at a juncture: maintain his much-beloved neighborhood spot or sell it – changing the lives of its big-hearted regulars. With the finely tuned rhythms and complex characters that define the August Wilson canon, Two Trains Running explores the beauty in resilience.


A comedy in English.  

Laughs in Spanish

By Alexis Scheer
Directed by Lisa Portes

March 6 – March 30, 2025 

Ay, dios mío! It’s the eve of Art Basel in Miami and gallery director Mari is freaking out. The art has vanished, the phones are ringing off the hook, and her assistant Caro is acting suspicious. When things are looking truly terrible, her once-famous, often-absent mother Estella arrives in town… baggage in tow. Stylish and hilarious, Laughs in Spanish is a vibrant collage of chaos, cultura, and connection.


A love that cannot be held back.

Romeo & Juliet

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Melia Bensussen

April 17 – May 18, 2025 

An intoxicating blend of tragedy and hope, the spark of young love is ignited in Romeo and Juliet. But as quickly as this romance begins, it spirals out of control amidst the chaos of rivalry, familial duty, death, and impossible choices. Artistic Director Melia Bensussen brings this Shakespeare classic to life, in a romantic production rife with desire (and sword fighting!).



There’s a big butch storm coming.   

Hurricane Diane

By Madeleine George
Directed by Zoë Golub-Sass

June 5 – June 29, 2025 

Diane has a landscaping business, thousands of years of experience under her work belt, and a mythical knack for turning worlds upside down. The cosmic clock is ticking and at the eleventh hour, Diane discovers the fate of humanity is buried in a New Jersey suburb and that – oh, gods! – only the housewives can save us. Hurricane Diane is a provocative comedy about letting things get a little wild in the name of the greater good.



Hartford’s beloved holiday tradition.    

A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas

By Charles Dickens
Adapted by Michael Wilson

November 23 – December 29, 2024 

On a bleak and snowy Christmas Eve, Ebenezer Scrooge wants nothing more than to collect his debts. But when he is visited by a ghostly old friend, Scrooge must confront his own selfish ways and discover the true meaning of Christmas. Join Scrooge and the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future on this journey of redemption in a mesmerizing display of theatrical magic and wonder.

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There is a new $7 CASH ONLY parking price and new parking procedures at the MAT Garage directly adjacent to Hartford Stage. These new plans will help smooth the process of parking for Hartford Stage performances and reduce the time it takes to exit the garage. Additionally, parking is free on the street after 6:00pm and also on weekends, unless the city of Hartford has posted otherwise. Most of our patrons park in the MAT Garage next door to the theatre. This garage is owned by the Hartford Parking Authority, not Hartford Stage.

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