About YOUR
Community Theater!

Currently in it's 46st season,
Hardin County Playhouse is an
award winning community theater.
Originally located in Radcliff, Kentucky,
HCP has called several places home over
the years. Whether it be "The Barn",
the college, the old Sears building
(lovingly called the "Dumpster Theater")
or it's current home since 2005 at the
Plum Alley Theater
(located at the Historic State Theater)
HCP has always striven to bring the highest
quality entertainment to it's patrons.
About Us!
270.351.0577
Plum Alley Theater
(Located in the Historic
State Theater complex)
209 West Dixie Ave.
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
In 2010, for their
production of "Daddy's
Dyin', Who's Got the
Will?," HCP once again
brought home awards
from the Kentucky State
Theater festival including
Best Play, Best Direction
and Best Supporting Actor.
In 2006, HCP was
awarded the honor of
Best Play at the Kentucky
State Theater Festival for
their production of
"Wit." The cast and crew
also brought home
awards for Best
Direction, Best Actress,
Best Stage Management,
Best Lighting Design and
Best Technical Crew.
In 2012, the Playhouse was again
honored with awards from the
Kentucky State Theater festival
including Best Play,
Best Actor and
Best Supporting Actress.
This time the production was the
emotionally charged
"The Laramie Project".
The Laramie Project, 2012
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