There’s Nothing Better than Dinner & a Show!

Join Us for Dinner Theater Plays at the HUB!

There’s always something going on at The HUB Station! The Miracle Worker is the show we have running right now at our dinner theater. Dinner will be catered by Dan’l Boone Inn and will begin at 6:30 PM. The show will follow at 7:30 PM. The Auditorium will open at 6:00 PM to begin seating guests.

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As the crisp air of spring settles in, the HUB Station Arts Center is gearing up for an extraordinary community dinner theater production of “The Miracle Worker.” Directed by the talented Keith Smith, this timeless classic promises to be a spectacle of emotions, skillfully portrayed by a remarkable cast. The lead role of Anne Sullivan will be played by the talented Kris Gibson, while her sister Samantha Gibson will take on the pivotal role of Helen Keller. Join us for an unforgettable evening of drama, heart, and inspiration.

Director’s Vision Unveiled

Under the insightful direction of Keith Smith, “The Miracle Worker” is set to come alive in a way that resonates with the audience on a profound level. Smith’s commitment to storytelling and his ability to bring out the best in his cast promises an immersive experience that transcends the boundaries of traditional theater.

Dynamic Duo: Samantha and Kris Gibson

The heart of this production lies in the powerful performances of the Gibson sisters. Samantha Gibson, taking on the challenging role of Helen Keller, is sure to captivate the audience with her talent and dedication. Kris Gibson, as Anne Sullivan, brings a nuanced and heartfelt portrayal to the stage, adding depth and authenticity to this iconic story of perseverance and triumph.

Culinary Delights by Dan’l Boone Inn

Enhancing this theatrical journey to Tuscumbia, Alabama is the delectable catering provided by none other than Dan’l Boone Inn. Renowned for their authentic southern cuisine, Dan’l Boone Inn will serve a traditional southern meal featuring mouthwatering fried chicken, country ham biscuits and all the fixins. The combination of live theater and a savory feast promises to make this event a sensory delight, leaving attendees with an experience to savor long after the final curtain falls.

Community Connection at the HUB Station Arts Center

The HUB Station Arts Center is not just a venue; it’s a hub for community engagement and cultural expression. The upcoming production of “The Miracle Worker” exemplifies the center’s commitment to providing a platform for local talent, fostering creativity, and bringing the community together through the arts.

Event Details:

  • Date: March 21-23 and March 28-30
  • Time: 6:30 pm dinner, 7:30 pm show
  • Venue: HUB Station Arts Center

Ticket Information:

Tickets for this unforgettable evening go on sale February 6. Don’t miss the chance to witness the magic of “The Miracle Worker” and indulge in a culinary experience by Dan’l Boone Inn. Secure your seats early and be part of this enchanting celebration of community, talent, and southern hospitality.

Come for the theater, stay for the feast, and leave with memories that will last a lifetime. We look forward to welcoming you to the HUB Station Arts Center for an evening of entertainment, camaraderie, and, of course, a delicious taste of the South.

Menu (served buffet style):

Southern Fried Chicken

Country Ham
Green Beans
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Baked Apples
Strawberry Shortcake
Ice Tea and Water to Drink

Beer, wine, cider, and snacks can be purchased before and during the performance at 3 Drinks Down Beverage Company located in the East Wing Hall of the Arts Center.

You will not want to miss our dinner theater plays for these reasons:

Dinner Catered by Dan'l Boone Inn:

Fried Chicken
Country Ham
Choice of three vegetable selections:
– Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
– Green Beans
– Fresh Stewed Apples
Dessert – Strawberry Shortcake
Tea & Coffee

Craft Beer and Wine brought to you by 3 Drinks Down Beverage Company

Support the artists and performers in our community

Enjoy great entertainment during a night out

See talented performers from our local community

“Good day! My name is Keith Smith and I have the honor and privilege of being the Director of Dinner Theatre for the Town of Hudson since its inception in 2003. I am smart enough to surround myself with great people, both in terms of talent AND quality as substantive individuals. We dare to dream big, take chances, work very hard while insisting on having fun. We will never achieve perfection and that is a large part of the challenge of the arts for me. But we can seek and attain consistent excellence. Please join us and our theatre family at an upcoming LIVE production!”

– Keith Smith, Director of Hudson Dinner Theater

“We have enjoyed the dinner and plays at the HUB for many years now and really love to bring our friends with us. The meal is always delicious and the performers are very professional and obviously have fun with the roles they’re playing. Two of our favorite plays were the “Cotton Patch Gospel” and “To Kill a Mockingbird.” It is always a great night out with feel-good entertainment!”

– Nancy & Bob Lewis, Hickory, NC

“I think I have been present at every Keith Smith production. His shows are entertaining, perfectly cast, the best in every way. I always marvel about how he can find so many talented people to be in his shows. Keith is the most creative person I know, and I look forward to being present at any of his future endeavors.”

– Evelyn Beam, Lenoir, NC

“The Hudson Dinner Theatre is made up of very talented volunteers of all ages from the on stage actors to the ones making the magic come alive behind the scenes. It has been a joy to watch my son share the stage with so many wonderful men and women. The shows and performances are always high quality, entertaining, and emotionally moving. The catered meal is delicious and adds a lot to a fun experience found right here in Caldwell County, NC.”

– Ashley Paruch, Granite Falls, NC

“The HUB Theater offers engaging and entertaining productions that feature local talent of exceptional quality in a venue that is warm and inviting. I am now participating as an actress in my fourth show at the HUB and have come to love the people involved and the welcoming atmosphere that promotes creative expression. The HUB Theater is true community theater because it values the contributions of each and every participant, whether they are on stage, behind the scenes or in the audience.”

– Anne Wepner, Hickory, NC

“Dinner Theater was introduced to our community after the purchase of the old Hudson School and the renovation of the former school’s auditorium in 2003. Keith Smith, the theater’s incredibly talented and accomplished director from day one, continues to bring high quality performances to the HUB Station stage. “The Sound of Music” was one of my favorites, sold out each night to many standing ovations!”

– Ann Everhardt Smith, Hudson, NC

“Dinner theater at Hudson’s Hub Station is a North Carolina gem that ranks high among community theaters. I have been very fortunate to have found it, and be able to enjoy shows from the audience perspective, as well as that as an actor on its stage. The casts are comprised of very talented volunteer theatre devotees who give it their all in the spirit of ensemble performance. Laughter, tears, and a ton of enjoyment are experiences in store for all who attend the eclectic variety of musicals, drama and comedy shows presented at the Hub Station Dinner Theater.”

– Charlie Finkle, Taylorsville, NC

Contact Us for More Details

You won’t regret making time to visit our performing arts center for a dinner theater performance. To learn more, contact us!