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No Fear Here. The World’s A Stage!
Hudson Dinner Theater has claimed its home at The HUB Station Auditorium and Theater since its conversion in 2003.
Dinner Theater – unique to Hudson in our area – is produced by The Town of Hudson. Director Keith Smith, featured recently on Carl White’s “Life in the Carolinas” series on community theaters, is the theater director for The Town.
Whether it’s a good comedy like No Time for Sergeants or great drama like The Sound of Music, Keith and his acting friends from across the region will take on the story and bring it to life on stage for sellout audiences. Dinner has typically been a feature of the evening, making the Hudson Dinner Theater one of the favorite occasions in this region.
Hudson’s Dinner Theater produces a spring and fall production annually.
Consider being a musician for stage productions – or an actor – or a costumer – or a set creator. We need new theater groupies to join us! Keith and his team welcome new blood.
Though the Stage is quiet now due to COVID-19, it will come to life again in safer days and give theater-goers a reason to smile again.
(SHHHH – UPCOMING – An annual summer production of Bob Inman’s Welcome to Mitford as a feature in all annual Jan Karon Literary Festivals!)
Stay tuned here for updates!
Keith Smith is a graduate of former Hudson High, an actor and soloist in his own right, and a community theater director known throughout the Carolinas and Southeast. He is the Director of Hudson Dinner Theater.
Willing to Volunteer for the Dinner Theater?
For information about volunteering as an actor, stage designer, costumer, general helper, send this email or call Keith Smith at 828-728-8272. This website will update as information on future shows becomes available.