Theatre Performance Schedule

Ybor City

The Ybor City Theatre department performs in shows with students who are training to become the next generation of performers in Tampa Bay and around the country. Events organized by the Visual and Performing Arts series are performed by local and international artists at the Ybor City Campus' theatre locations.

  • Tres Vidas

    Visual and Performing Arts Series

    A morning length work for singing actress and chamber music trio based on the lives of three legendary Latin American women: Mexican Painter Frida Kahlo, Salvadoran peasant activist Rufina Amaya and Argentinean poet Alfonsina Storni.

    October 1
    11:00am – performance, Mainstage Theatre
    2:00pm – workshop, Studio Theatre
    FREE for HCC students, staff and faculty
    $15 General Admission

    Tickets for HCC students, staff and faculty

    Tickets for General Admission

  • The Farm Theater College Collaboration Project

    HCC Theatre Department

    A new play by NYC playwright Judith Leora about hate speech vs. free speech.

    November 7–10
    Thursday thru Saturday, 7:30pm
    Saturday and Sunday, 3:00pm
    Studio Theatre
    FREE for HCC students, staff and faculty
    $15 General Admission
    Seating is limited so reservations are suggested

    Tickets for HCC students, staff and faculty

    Tickets for General Admission

Admission and Location Information

  • Tickets available at the box office, which opens at 6:00 pm. Cash only at the Box Office
  • Tickets can only be picked up at the Box Office one hour before the performance.
  • Free tickets that are not picked up 10 minutes prior to showtime will be released.

Brandon

The Brandon Theatre is located on the first floor of the Library Building (BLRC).

Brandon Campus Map

Ybor City

The Studio Theatre is located on the first floor of the Performing Arts Building (YPAB).

The Mainstage Theatre is located on the second floor of the Performing Arts Building (YPAB).

Ybor City Campus Map

Past Performances

HCC's Theatre departments are proud to have showcased the following plays.