CANCELLATION OF 2020 HACKMATACK MAINSTAGE SEASON

It is with a heavy heart that we must announce the cancellation of our 2020 mainstage season at Hackmatack this summer as the health and safety of our actors, our staff, and our patrons must come first.

If you have purchased tickets or season flex passes for the 2020 season, we ask that you contact us (via email at Hackmatackplayhouse@gmail.com or by US mail at 538 School Street, Berwick Maine 03901) and let us know if you would like to donate your ticket purchase to the Playhouse, transfer your purchase as a “credit” towards the summer 2021 season, or receive a refund for your ticket price (given our financial position at this point, this option may take some time)Hackmatack appreciates the generosity of so many folks over the decades, and we thank you so much for any additional generosity you might be able to provide in this time of crisis.

We look forward to having you all back at Hackmatack and we are excited to start planning.  In the meantime, stay safe and healthy out there.  Here’s to having the barn doors open again with an exciting return in 2021!

Hackmatack Playhouse

The Hackmatack Playhouse was founded in 1972 by S. Carleton Guptill. He envisioned a summer stock theatre that would showcase the talents of professional and developing thespians from the regional area.

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TICKET PRICESAdults: $30Seniors: $25 (65 or older)Age 20 and under: $15
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Tickets & Seating

Tickets can be purchased online.
Please note that all tickets purchased online are subject to a third party processing fee. To avoid this fee, tickets can be reserved by calling the box office.

Need a Venue for Wedding?

The Hackmatack farm and fields are the perfect spot for a memorable and cherished wedding. Charming and historic, a ceremony on the stage or in one of our many fields can be a serene setting for your special occasion.

Buffalo Farm

Our all-natural bison herd roams 30 acres of pasture directly behind the Playhouse. This pasture is some of the oldest cultivated land in the US, with the Guptills raising crops and animals here since the mid-1600’s.

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