The Hartland Players, located in the historic Hartland Music Hall, have been entertaining the community since…More 1967. The Hartland Players are always looking for new talent, both on stage and behind the scenes. On the Hartland website, click on auditions for more information.
Season tickets and individual performance information is also readily available on its website.
The building was originally built in 1858 by members of the First Congregational Church. But by the 1920s it had fallen into disrepair and was purchased by local philanthropist John Robert Crouse Sr., who renovated the building and donated it to the community as part of the Hartland Area Project.
Emil Lorch, dean of the University of Michigan School of Architecture, oversaw the conversion in 1931 that included adding column porticoes and a Kilden pipe organ, according the community education website.
The hall was added to the State Register of Historic Sites in 1980 and famously hosts an annual performance of Handel's Messiah each December.