REVIEW: “The Velocity of Autumn” at Hubbard Hall

by Gail M. Burns Immediately after seeing The Velocity of Autumn at Hubbard Hall, I posted a few glowing sentences on Facebook. I meant every word of them – as a professional theatre critic I would not have made the statement publicly if I didn’t! But saying that I loved or hated or had questions…

Hubbard Hall Hosts Annual Irish Ceili March 17

Come and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with traditional Irish dance on Wednesday, March 17 at 7 pm at the Cambridge Central School. Bring friends or family members, anyone who’d like to watch some Irish dancing, or try it. A “ceili” is like an Irish square dance, where dances are taught and anyone can participate or…

Hubbard Hall Presents “The Velocity of Autumn”

Hubbard Hall is proud to announce its latest theater production with The Velocity of Autumn by Eric Coble.  This hilarious and heartfelt play about what happens when life becomes too hard to handle arrived on Broadway in 2014, with a production that Hubbard Hall Executive & Artistic Director David Snider produced when it started at Arena Stage in…

Local Murder Mystery Comes to Hubbard Hall

by Gail M. Burns In 1812 Russell Colvin, a farm worker who all agreed was “feeble-minded,” disappeared from the Boorn family farm in East Manchester, Vermont, where he, his wife, and their many children lived with her family. Seven years later two of his brothers-in-law, Stephen and Jesse Boorn, were accused of murdering Colvin, and sentenced…