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Dailey & Vincent

“Rock Stars of Bluegrass” ~ CMT

Three-time IBMA Entertainers of the Year, three-time IBMA Vocal Group of the Year and two-time Grammy nominees, Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent are some of the most reputable and elite entertainers in bluegrass, traditional country and gospel music. The concoction of the fantastically instinctive vocal blends of Dailey’s tenor and Vincent’s reedy harmonies, combined with four award-winning studio albums and heavy touring schedules, has gained them well-deserved praise for their own distinctive style and worldwide recognition as bluegrass gold.

Tickets $25

(NEW!) Wednesday, September 11 at 8 pm
Thursday, September 12 at 8 pm
Friday, September 13 at 8 pm

Fahrenheit 451

One of the most revered works of the 20th Century.

Considered science fiction when it was first published, Fahrenheit 451 is Ray Bradbury’s dystopian tale of a bleak future where literature and knowledge are on the verge of extinction. Antagonist Guy Montag is a fireman with the frightful, but routine job of starting fires to destroy books and the houses that contain them, until his eccentric young neighbor, Clarisse, forces Guy to confront his own emptiness and question the oppressive society in which he lives. Heavily debated on issues of censorship, the effects of technology on society and the means by which knowledge is gained, this classic is as relevant today as when it was written in 1953.

Tickets $25

Thursday, October 10 at 8 pm
Friday, October 11 at 8 pm

Sweet Honey in the Rock

Grammy Award Winners

Globally revered African-American a cappella ensemble and cultural and political powerhouse, Sweet Honey in the Rock® weaves an adventurous and diverse mix of spirituals, blues, gospel, rap, reggae, chants and hip hop, with excursions into percussion and dance, creating a multi-genre rainbow of soulful rhythms. The subject of two PBS documentaries, multiple Grammy nominees and Grammy Award winners for their participation in the multi-artist record, Folkways, these women continue to uplift and instill joy in the lives they touch, both as artists and humanitarians.

Tickets $25

Saturday, November 16 at 4 pm
Saturday, November 16 at 8 pm

A Christmas Survival Guide

“Brimming With Enjoyment” ~ The Courier Journal

If you find the holidays more than a little stressful, this light-hearted musical revue is just what Santa ordered! Filled with comedy, poignancy and traditional songs of the season, this show is designed to refresh one and all with holiday cheer. Vignettes starring Tam DeBolt, Howard Green, Kristi Tingle Higginbotham, Jan D. Hunter and Jessie Kisor are a Christmas treat to lessen the tension in your life and a fun alternative to seasonal therapy sessions. Directed by Jack Mann.

Tickets $25

Thursday, December 5 at 8 pm
Friday, December 6 at 8 pm
Saturday, December 7 at 8 pm

An Evening with Molly Ringwald

“Elegantly gorgeous ... (Molly Ringwald) is no dilettante.” ~ The Hollywood Reporter

Well known for her roles on stage and screen, Ringwald earned a Golden Globe at age 13 and went on to star in numerous iconic films including Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink. However, little known about the star is her bona fide classical jazz background. The daughter of blind jazz pianist Bob Ringwald, Molly released her first studio album at the tender age of six with the Fulton Street Jazz Band. The Dixieland style of her youth made way for modern jazz of later years, and performing songs such as “Don’t You Forget About Me,” she is now showing off those sultry pipes to audiences around the world.

Tickets $25

Friday, January 17 at 8 pm
Saturday, January 18 at 8 pm

Liz Story

“Story has an extraordinary gift.” ~ People Magazine

One of the foremost pioneers of contemporary solo piano, Liz Story’s musical style defies traditional description and has inspired countless artists since the release of her debut album, Solid Colors, on the Windham Hill label in 1983. With a dozen albums now to her credit, Story’s works cross many musical genres, including classical piano, jazz, folk, pop and impressionistic music, painting a spectacular musical panorama. Lisa Downing, whose most recent album is currently atop the New Age charts, will open for this renowned and innovative artist.

Tickets $25

Wednesday, February 19 at 8 pm
Thursday, February 20 at 8 pm

Driving Miss Daisy

National Tour

Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Driving Miss Daisy, is a witty, timeless, searing and ultimately hopeful meditation on growing old, relationships and loyalty. Set against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Era, Miss Daisy lives a life of privilege while her chauffeur, Hoke, lives the life of an African-American man in the days of Jim Crow. Their relationship, spanning 25 years, is a reflection of critical and changing times in American society in an iconic tale of pride and the transformative power of friendship.

Tickets $25

Saturday, March 15 at 4 pm
Saturday, March 15 at 8 pm

Suzy Bogguss

Grammy Award Winner

With a rare voice that ranges in textures and 11 albums to her credit, Suzy Bogguss has won rave reviews from country music fans and critics alike. Songs like “Aces,” “Drive South,” “Outbound Plane”and “Letting Go”took her to the top of the billboard charts. Among other awards, she won the Country Music Association’s Album of the Year in 1994 and a Grammy in 2005 for Best Traditional Folk Album, Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster. This platinum selling songstress has appeared on PBS in a command performance at the White House, Austin City Limits and is a frequent guest on NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.

Tickets $25

Friday, May 2 at 8 pm
Saturday, May 3 at 8 pm


The Library Theatre is sponsored in part by the City of Hoover and the Friends of the Hoover Public Library.

The Library Theatre is a professional venue bringing world-class entertainment to an intimate setting in the heart of Hoover.


Gary Ivey

Sara Rast, Chairman
George Farmer
Hal Humphrey
Michael Krawcheck
Eloise Martens

Library Director
Linda R. Andrews

Fine Arts Coordinator
Matina E. Johnson

Jack Wright, President
Brian Skelton, President Pro Tempore
John Greene
Dr. Trey Lott
John Lyda
Rear Admiral John T. Natter, US Navy (Retired)
Gene Smith