‘Kill Keller’ a Drama Performance by Harrisburg Playwright Paul Hood at HMAC Dec 3-19

During the early 1990s, a small Allison Hill family is torn apart by one man’s relentless quest for control. Kill Keller is a drama that examines the depth of emotional manipulation, religion, and a family divided. It looks closely into what happens when bonds are shattered by mental/physical abuse and abandonment.

Paul Hood is a Playwright/Director and Actor in Harrisburg, PA. His recent productions: My Electric Life, The Imposter’s Snow Cone Machine, Apostle of Freedom. His plays The Sequin Royale, Pieces, and happy Hour were part of Bare Bones Theatre Ensemble’s New Play Workshop Series in 2020. This year his play The African Company: The Mystery of the African Grove Theatre will be featured as part of Gamut Theatre’s Classics Fest in early 2022. His Directing credits include Christina Anderson’s urban drama, Blacktop Sky, Superior Donuts, Topdog/Underdog, Nat Turner in Jerusalem. As an actor he has appeared in The Mother****** with the Hat, Waiting for Godot and My Electric Life and Lizzie Borden, Lizzie Borden. He is the current Artist in Residence for Narcisse Theatre Company, where his new play ‘Kill Keller’ will receive its world premiere in 2021.

THE NEW HMAC, 1110 N 3rd St

Dec 3-4th, 10-11th, 17-18th, @ 7 PM

Tix 12.50/ $15 Door Click here for link to purchase tickets

Dec 5th,12th,19th, @ 2 PM. Sunday matinees are “Any Old Donation” buys admission.

Before buying tickets, please note: all adult patrons (16 years of age or older) attending public performances will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. Masks will also be required for all audiences inside the theatre

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