Adapted by Greg Banks
From the Book by J.R.R. Tolkien
When Bilbo Baggins ventures out of his hobbit hole, an epic adventure awaits. Join Bilbo, the wizard Gandalf, and a dozen determined friends as they set out to take back their home from the evil dragon, Smaug. In partnership with Havoc Movement Company, our production re-imagines J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic masterpiece with five actors, acrobatics, and exciting fight scenes – all with a decidedly steampunk twist. Perfect for young and old adventurers alike, THE HOBBIT spins a tale of how with a little courage, even the smallest creatures can become heroes.
Run Time: 90 minutes with a 15 minute intermission
Children 2 and under are free admission.
General Admission: Seniors and Children (ages 3-12) $16+ | Adults $21+
Swanky Seats (Reserved Seating): Seniors and Children (ages 3-12) $26+ | Adults $31+
Sunday, February 9th at 2 pm | Inside Scoop! Stay for a post-show discussion and have a scoop of ice cream!
Every Friday is PJs and Play! Dress down in pajamas and kids enjoy free milk and cookies.
Group rates available. For any group of 10+ get a great discount.
School matinee group pricing available: Contact Sarah Kelley to create your group experience.
Photo credit: Pre-production - Jerry Siegel Production - Casey Gardner
Ash Anderson - Gandalf/Gollum/Ensemble
Tennison Barry - Balin/Troll/Bard/Ensemble
Brooke Owens - Bilbo Baggins
Benedetto Robinson - Thorin/Ensemble
Ryan Vo - Kili/Troll/Smaug/Ensemble
Jake Guinn - Director/Fights/Sound/Havoc Producer
Kristin Storla - Assistant Director
Quintara Johnson - Stage Manager
Vallea Woodbury - Production Manager
Lindsay Eisold - Technical Director
Emani Jones - Assistant Stage Manager
Jess Wells - Composer
Joel Coady - Set Designer
Barrett Doyle - Set Designer
Maranda DeBusk - Lighting Designer
Chase Weaver - Props Designer
Emmie Thompson - Costume Designer
Maddie Fay - Master Electrician
Cara Reid - Vocal Coach
Based in the U.K, Greg Banks has been working as an actor, writer and director since 1979. His work has taken him from Singapore to Seattle via Moscow, New York and the Arctic Circle. Whilst building a reputation for making and touring new work in small scale venues throughout the UK in the 80's, his work has also been seen in the West End and at the New Victory on Broadway. Since 2003, alongside his work in the U.K. Greg has been a guest Director/Writer at The Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis where he has directed his own adaptations of ‘Huck Finn’, ‘Antigone’, ‘Robin Hood’, Pinocchio’, ‘Jungle Book’, ‘Snow White’ and most recently ‘The Hobbit’. Many of these scripts are being produced at theatres throughout the States. He is only sad that he wont get to see this production!