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​Jeannine Westbrook as Eliza Doolittle   

Mark Giza as Henry Higgins

Paul DiProto as Alfred Doolittle 

   Janine Flood as Mrs. Pearce

Brian Rucci as Colonel Pickering

Tracey Hebert as Mrs. Higgins

​David Webber as Freddy Eynsford-Hill

Jeanne Wysocki as Mrs. Eynsford-Hill

Rick Rubin as Zoltan Karpathy 

Our wonderful ensemble:

Rick Woods, Chris Webber, Andy Price, Chris Voytko,

Gail Weber, Mindy Meeker, Megan Hersman, Liz Dion,

Dina DelBuono, Darlene Cloutier, Emily Bloch

The Theatre Guild of Hampden Presents The Glass Menagerie

2018-2019 season



The Theatre Guild of Hampden will present Shrek the Musical as this summer's youth production on August 17, 18 & 24 at 7 pm and August 18 & 25 at 2 pm. Show will be held at the Wilbraham Middle School in Wilbraham, MA. 

In this one-of-a-kind, hilarious fairy tale curses are reversed, monsters get the girls, donkeys and dragons find love, and princesses are beautiful in all shapes and sizes. Grumpy, gruff, green ogre Shrek lives alone in his swamp. The world is fearful and mocking of him, and he is more than happy to leave the world to itself, in turn. Suddenly, his hermit existence is thrown open, when a group of homeless fairy tale characters — Pinocchio, the Gingerbread Man, the Three Little Pigs, and more — burst upon his swamp, seeking refuge from the persecution of the cruel, vertically-challenged Lord Farquaad. Shrek seeks out Farquaad, who offers him a deal: if Shrek rescues the Princess Fiona (whom Farquaad wishes to marry for her crown), then Farquaad will ensure the return of Shrek’s swamp by returning the fairy tale creatures to their homes.

In a desperate attempt to regain his swamp’s hermetic piece, Shrek enters the world for the first time in his life. He travels to Princess Fiona’s prison, rescues her from a fire-breathing dragon, and then – scariest of all – is forced to get to know the princess as he tries to bring her back to evil Farquaad. To the determinedly unsocial ogre’s dismay, Fiona is very different from what he expected a princess to be. She may even provoke Shrek’s most novel experience yet: Love. Shrek the Musical transforms the contemporary children’s book and popular animated feature film into a stage musical that is sure to entertain and make audiences believers in happy endings for all.

 This don't-miss show will be directed by Darcey Fuller with KK Fuller as Musical Director.

Hailed by critics and audiences for its heart and its wit, My Fair Lady is a beautiful musical about transformation, patronage, gender politics and class, based on George Bernard Shaw’s play, Pygmalion. Acclaimed Professor and confirmed bachelor Henry Higgins makes a wager with his linguistic colleague Colonel Pickering that in six months he can pass off “gutter snipe” Eliza Doolittle as a duchess at an embassy ball. Through arduous training, day and night, Eliza learns how to speak English “properly” and transforms into a lady respected and adored by all classes. Along the way she bewitches young Freddy Einsford-Hill into falling in love with her and convinces a supposed linguistics expert that she is royalty.

Through her transformation process, Eliza forges a deep connection with Colonel Pickering and most especially with Professor Higgins. However, she finds herself in a difficult position, now too refined to go back to her old life and not with any means or desire to live life as a lady of leisure – especially by herself. When Higgins completely fails to acknowledge Eliza’s role in her own transformation, she leaves his home. It is only then that Higgins realizes that he cares deeply for Eliza. The play ends with Eliza’s return to Higgins’ home, and the ending is left ambiguous, yet it is beloved for being both one of the cleverest and one of the most romantic plays of all time.

MY FAIR LADY will open Thursday, June 13, 2019 and run for eight performances at Minnechaug Regional High School.  Show will be directed by Paula Cortis, with Music Director Karen Ducharme and Choreographer Melissa Dupont. 



The Theatre Guild of Hampden Presents My Fair Lady

A theatrical piece of distinct power, with some of Tennessee Williams’ most potent lyricism, The Glass Menagerie is a memory play as told to us by Tom Wingfield, a merchant marine looking back on the Depression years he spent with his overbearing Southern genteel mother, Amanda, and his physically disabled, cripplingly shy sister, Laura.

While Amanda strives to give her children a life beyond the decrepit St. Louis tenement they inhabit, she is herself trapped by the memory of her life past-- a life of cotillions and suitors and wealth, now long gone. Tom, working at a shoe factory and paying the family’s rent, finds his own escape in drinking and going to the movies, while Laura pours her energy into caring for her delicate glass figurines. Pressured by his mother to help find Laura a suitable husband, he invites an acquaintance from the factory to the apartment, a powerful possibility that pushes Amanda deeper into her obsessions and makes Laura even more vulnerable to shattering, exposed like the glass menagerie she treasures.

Williams’ intensely personal and brilliantly tender masterpiece exposes the complexity of our memories, and the ways in which we can never truly escape them.​ Show opens on Friday, March 1, 2019 and runs for two weekends. The Glass Menagerie will be directed by Mark Giza with Stage Manager Janet Plumb. 


Christopher Michael Rojas as Tom

Jeanne Wysocki as Amanda

​Mackenna Wysocki as Laura

​Tyler Wolfson as The Gentleman Caller

The Theatre Guild of Hampden Presents Shrek the Musical


MARCH 2019

On October 12 & 13, 2018 at 7 pm Mark Giza will be hosting the Theatre Guild of Hampden's  Best of Broadway- A Salute to Our Favorite Musicals for two special nights at the Hampden Town Hall Auditorium. You'll enjoy songs from our past 12 years of musicals performed by the stars of your favorite shows - Cabaret, Chicago, Sunset Boulevard and more! Check back soon for more details.


June 2019

The Theatre Guild of Hampden Presents The Best of Broadway