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HART Presents: LOoP's Iolanthe by Gilbert and Sullivan  
7/19/24 - 8/4/24

Approximate running time is 2 hours plus a 15-minute intermission

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Introducing HART's 30 Year Anniversary Production Season 2024-2025 sponsored by Apollo Mechanicals- Season Tickets now available!

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Season Tickets are now available at a discounted price for a limited time only.  Visit hart.ludus.com Contact the office at (503) 693-7815, or email hart_theatre@frontier.com

Hillsboro Artists’ Regional Theatre, commonly known as HART, is Hillsboro, Oregon's premiere community theatre. Located downtown in Hillsboro's city center, HART is known for its many great productions over its 28-year history. The theatre's productions have included drama, romance, comedy, mystery, musicals, and even Shakespeare. In each case they have utilized the best in local talent both on stage and behind the scenes with many of the talent returning numerous times to HART.

Everyone associated with HART, both past and present, is proud of the theatre and its service to the community, and look forward to the next 28 years.

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HART 2023-2024 Season 

Morning's at Seven by Paul Osborn - 9/9/23 - 9/24/23 - Directed by Harrison Butler

Seussical the Musical Jr. by Lynn Ahrens and Steven Flaherty - 10/20/23 - 11/5/23 - Directed by Don Cleland

Miss Bennett: Christmas at Pemberley by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon - 12/2/23 - 12/17/23 - Directed by William Crawford

Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon - 2/17/24 - 3/3/24 - Directed by Harrison Butler

And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little by Paul Zindel - 3/23/24 - 3/31/24 - Directed by April Aasheim

Lightning Thief by Joe Tracz and Rob Rokicki - 6/1/24 - 6/16/24 - Directed by Chris Byrne

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Our Mission

Hillsboro Artists' Regional Theatre (HART) strives to produce high-quality entertainment in a safe and nurturing community theatre environment. It is our mission to enhance, enrich, and elevate the lives of our artists, volunteers and patrons.