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Hastings - Hastings Community Theatre

515 South 4th Avenue

Hastings Community Theatre, located at Good Samaritan Village, is an  all volunteer organization dedicated to producing four or five live  shows each season--and giving local and area people an opportunity to  have experiences in live-on-stage- theatre.

While the theatre actually dates back  to1927, HCT is counting from  an important revival date, 1959, and is celebrating 50 years of continuous operation.

Through these many years, dedicated volunteers can be credited  with keeping this theatre going and in the black !  To be especially noted are: Ethel Hide,  Frank and  Charlotte White,  Don Mathews, and Millard Cates,  who persisted, pursued, acted, directed and  kept us solvent.


Nichol Wright

Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017
Our first time there and it was for a girl's night out. Saw Nunsense and we laughed so hard we cried! Absolutely awesome and looking forward to our 2nd play there this weekend with "The Butler Did It!"

Richard Wildhirt

Tuesday, Sep. 19, 2017
Great performance! Well done with local talent. Lots of fun and reasonably priced.

Roietta Shore

Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017
These people always give a great show. Makes for a wonderful night out.


Tuesday, June 6, 2017
The setting is very appealing with great seats, good lighting and sound quality. The actors were perfect in their roles and the comfort level in which they performed was professional to say the least! Would highly recommend!

Matthew Brooks

Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018
Surprisingly excellent performance for community theater.

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