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The Mousetrap

By Agatha Christie
Directed by Jackson Gay

October 13 – November 6, 2022

Check in for a most memorable stay at Monkswell Manor… 

It’s a freezing night in 1947 and a motley group of strangers find themselves suddenly trapped in an inn. As the snow falls, the body count rises — and the suspect list only seems to grow, as clues and possible motives are revealed at every turn. With intrigue, mystery, murder, and a dash of humor, this snowy getaway unfolds into a dangerous game of cat and mouse. 

Espejos: Clean

By / Escrita por Christine Quintana
Spanish translation and adaptation by /
Traducción y adaptación por Paula Zelaya Cervantes
Directed by / Dirigida por Melissa Crespo
In association with / En asociación con Syracuse Stage

January 12 – February 5,  2023

A groundbreaking bilingual tour de force.

Two worlds collide one evening at a high-end resort in Mexico, igniting a series of misunderstandings, miscalculations, and internal reckonings. Told entirely in English and Spanish — with respective supertitles — Espejos: Clean offers an eye-opening story of unlikely and meaningful connections.

The Art of Burning

By Kate Snodgrass
Directed by Melia Bensussen
In association with Huntington Theatre Company

March 2 – 26, 2023

An inspired new comedy exploring the love, rage, and responsibility that go with marriage and parenting in America.

Mid-negotiation, modernist painter Patricia changes the terms of her ‘conscious uncoupling’ with Jason. She wants full custody of their 15-year-old daughter Beth. Jason demands that their daughter decide, but mysteriously Beth didn’t show up for school. Has Patricia hidden her away to protect her, or is there something more sinister afoot?  

The Winter’s Tale

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Melia Bensussen

April 13–May 7, 2023

Shakespeare’s back at Hartford Stage!
An awe-filled fable of fury and forgiveness.

King Leontes, his pregnant wife Hermione, and their young son seem like a perfect royal family — until he’s consumed by the fear his wife has been unfaithful. In a fit of tyrannical rage, he makes dire accusations that destroy all that is precious to him. Sixteen years later a new generation has emerged, and in this time-hopping romance, the idealism of the young and the regrets of the old collide. Shakespeare’s mastery of storytelling is on full display, reminding us that even after a harsh winter, spring will return, if we have faith in each other and ourselves.

Trouble in Mind

By Alice Childress
Directed by Christopher D. Betts, Joyce C. Willis Fellow

May 25–June 18, 2023

A 1950s landmark play that still rings true today. 

This dramatic satire tracks the nuanced, simmering tension between the artists of a biracial company working on a Broadway-bound premiere. As they rehearse, questions about the play emerge, igniting an impassioned debate about race, power, the roles we play on stage, and the roles we play in life. In this timely revival, the theater becomes an arena wherein we explore how — and why — we use our voices.

Holiday Add-On Performance!

It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play

Adapted by Joe Landry
Originally Co-Directed by Melia Bensussen and Rachel Alderman
Directed by Zoë Golub-Sass

Based on the story “The Greatest Gift” by Philip Van Doren Stern from the screenplay by Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Frank Capra and Jo Swerling

November 25 – December 24, 2022

Bring the whole family to this heartwarming holiday classic!

Five actors and one sound effects artist have assembled on Christmas Eve to guide audiences through the world of George Bailey and Bedford Falls, live from the studio at WBFR. The spirit of imagination takes hold as we’re launched on a transformational journey on stage. Join us this winter to experience a magical adaptation of a beloved story. 

Have Questions? We Have Answers!

Hover over "Plan Your Visit" link in the navigation menu above. The hours are listed in the left column. The hours are also listed in "Directions & Hours".

There is a new $5 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.

Under "Plan Your Visit". A link is also available under the main "Plan Your Visit" menu below the web site logo.

Under "Plan Your Visit", click "Seating Chart". You can even click on each section of the theatre and see a picture of the view from that section!  A link is also available under the main "Plan Your Visit" menu below the web site logo.

Scroll to the bottom of the website and click "Contact Us", and send us your message! Also, feel free to e-mail questions to boxoffice@hartfordstage.org. You may also call us at 860-527-5151 but call volume varies and you may spend time on hold.

All ticket sales are final. However, in certain cases if you do need to exchange your tickets to another performance date of the same show, it is $10/ticket plus any difference in ticket price. Subscribers never pay fees to exchange their tickets, unless they miss their show. The only exception is Preview Week subscribers, who pay $10/ticket to move from Preview performances to the Regular run. To request a ticket exchange please fill out the online form or call the box office at 860-527-5151.

Although we seldom cancel performances, it does sometimes happen in extreme circumstances. If a performance is cancelled, the box office will reach out to each patron booked into the performance via phone and/or e-mail and offer alternative options. We will also always post cancellations on our website and social media. If you cannot make a performance due to a weather related issue, you can always call the box office and we will do our best to accommodate you.

There is no particular dress code, but most of our patrons dress “business casual” to come to performances.