Weekly Email
January 8,  2013


The countdown is on! We're just two weeks away from THE biggest show to perform onstage in our theatre's history. Jersey Boys: The Story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons is headed to The Hanover Theatre for two weeks of Jersey entertainment. As a way to kick off the countdown, we're offering every Jersey Boys ticket buyer exclusive access to Jersey Boys wallpaper to dress up their computer desktops and smartphone devices Jersey style!

We're also very excited for our second speaker in the Worcester Connects Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Dr. Ben Carson this Thursday at 7:30PM. Join us for a stimulating discussion on health care reform, and have the opportunity to have your pressing questions answered by Dr. Ben Carson. 

See you at the theatre!
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Lisa K. Condit  

Director of Marketing & PR   

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 Coming Soon!
Dr. Ben Carson: Worcester Connects Distinguished Speaker Series
Dr. Ben Carson: Worcester Connects Distinguished Speaker Series
Thurs, Jan 9

Listen to Averil Capers, director of marketing & research for the T&G, discuss Dr. Ben Carson's appearance, as well as some of the exciting things going on with Worcester Connects.

Presenting sponsor
Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Visionary sponsor
Fallon Community Health Plan
Sesame Street Live: Can't Stop Singing
Jan 17-19

Jersey Boys
Jan 21 - Feb 2
Hear from Hayden Milanes who plays Frankie Valli in the national production of Jersey Boys during his Behind the Scenes interview.

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