The Hendersonville Little Theatre is the name of a live performance theatre in Hendersonville, North Carolina. It is also the name of the production company that it houses.
Also dubbed as ?the Barn? by its patrons and regulars, the Henderson Little Theatre has always called its current location as its home since 1969. The site has once been a community riding stable and dance hall in the 1940s and was transformed into a 121-seater theatre in the late 1960s. It saw its first full costume production in 1973 with the ?Anne of the Thousand Days? by Maxwell Anderson.
Today, the Hendersonville Little Theatre continues to be the very venue for various live productions. It hosts shows every Friday and Saturday evenings at 8, and on Sundays at 2 pm.
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