Edit: We are saddened to announce that, due to COVID, this weekend’s shows have been cancelled. While art is crucial, the health and safety of our cast, crew, and audience come first. But never fear … Team Hawking shall fly again! Keep an eye on our website and our social media for future updates about when how to watch Gentlemen Never Tell.

We at Team Hawking are delighted to be performing in person again!

Join us this weekend, Fri Jan 21-Sun Jan 23, 2022 for an all-new comedic spinoff featuring Mrs. Hawking’s other nephew, Justin!

While on a business trip to Venice during Masquerade, dashing bisexual rake Justin Hawking is there to make deals and make love: not necessarily in that order. But behind the masks of the ball is more intrigue than he bargained for, and Justin must interrupt his dalliances long enough to stick up for those without his privilege to float through life.

Friday, January 21st at 7:30PM

Saturday, January 22nd at 7:30PM

Sunday, January 23rd at 2:00PM

Live Stream tickets $20 per device: https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/60178

Purchase limited in-house tickets ($20 per adult, $10 youth under 18): http://www.manchestercommunitytheatre.com/

Please note in your email requesting tickets which date you would like tickets for, and fill in your phone number so that we may contact you to complete your credit card purchase. Only those with tickets, proof of full vaccination (no exceptions for any reason), and masks will be allowed into the theatre. Sorry, walk-ins cannot be accommodated.

Audience members must be triple vaxxed (two vaxxes and a booster) and show proof of vaccination at the door. (Cast and crew will be required to have a negative PCR test.)

Art by SK Artistry


Justin Hawking – Eric Cheung

Peter Morgan – Pieter Wallace

Rosaline Pembroke – Naomi Floro

Cassius Evans – Andy LeBlanc

Cora Little – Elizabeth Ross

Theo Pryce – Andrew Prentice

Annabel Broadwater – Arielle Kaplan

Mrs. Broadwater – Jenn Day

Martin Quincy – Jason Tilton

Nathaniel Hawking – Christian Krenek

Hector – Phil Pierre-Louis


Written by Phoebe Roberts and Bernie Gabin

Director – Phoebe Roberts

Technical Director – Bernie Gabin

Sound Design – Neil Marsh

Stage Manager – Cari Keebaugh