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Welcome Ensemble member Alicia Isabella Hargrove to THE PIRATE QUEEN

THE PIRATE QUEEN, an epic musical adventure from the creators of LES MISÉRABLES, is on stage at Hickory Community Theatre June 3-18.

Making her debut on the HCT stage in this production is Ensemble member Alicia Isabella Hargrove.

A lifelong resident of Hickory, Hargove is an aspiring musician, dancer and writer whose creative repertoire includes violin, piano, and ballet. A student of the Suzuki School of the Arts, Hargrove complements her classical training with a personal enthusiasm for musical theatre. When not immersed in her studies, Hargrove can be found playing video games.

Hargrove says that the diversity of programming at Hickory Community Theatre was one of the biggest draws for her. "I wanted to try out for a musical," says Hargrove, who is excited to be taking on a role that enables her to bring her unique voice and presence to the HCT stage.

Performances of THE PIRATE QUEEN are Fridays and Saturdays, June 3rd through June18th at 7:30 PM; Sunday, June 12th at 2:30 PM; and, Thursday, June 16th at 7:30 PM. Opening Night, June 3, features reduced-price tickets: $12 for adults, $10 for youth and students. Tickets for all other performances are $16 for adults, $10 for youth and students.

Tickets are available online at, or by phone at 828-328-2283. The theatre box office is open from 12-5 PM Wednesday through Friday, or one half-hour before a performance.

Due to the continued risk of COVID-19 in Catawba County, and in accordance with the latest guidance from the CDC, the Hickory Community Theatre encourages patrons to wear a mask or other face covering while inside the building.

THE PIRATE QUEEN is rated PG for on-stage combat, and moments of adult language and sexual insinuation.

THE PIRATE QUEEN is produced by Dr. George Clay, III, DDS and CommScope. The Hickory Community Theatre’s 73rd season is sponsored by Paramount Automotive and Sunbelt Xpress. HCT is a funded affiliate of the United Arts Council of Catawba County.

(Photo: Hickory Community Theatre)

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