Tickets on Sale Now!
Saturday, April 13th @ 8PM and Sunday April 14th 2024 @2PM
​First produced for Broadway in 1964, HELLO, DOLLY! remains one of musical theater's most enduring and acclaimed musicals bursting with romance, humor, and some of the greatest song and dance numbers in musical theater history. Based on Thornton Wilder's hit comedy "The Matchmaker," HELLO, DOLLY!, follows the exploits of meddling matchmaker Dolly Levi over the course of one unforgettable day as she gleefully meddles in the love affairs of its main characters, while setting her eye on a match of her own. Set in New York City at the turn of the century it is a jubilant and irresistible story that celebrate the joy of living - aglow with one crowd-pleasing musical number after another including “Put on Your Sunday Clothes,” “Ribbons Down My Back,” “Before the Parade Passes By,” and the iconic title song, Hello, Dolly!
VOH Youth Present "Legally Blonde Jr."
July 8th - August 11th 2024
Voices of Hope Summer Youth offers all students a positive and creative space to grow and explore. Our goal is to foster community engagement with the arts and philanthropy. Nowhere else will students work on a show that has the impact that our show does: Working to rid the world of cancer. And this year the youth will be presenting "Legally Blonde" at the end of the program!
Registration Opens February 1st
Thursday, July 18, 2024
We will once again be back at the Four Oaks Country Club in Dracut, MA for our Annual Barbara Byrd Golf Classic. Last year we had over 100 golfers partake in a beautiful and fun filled day. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!
Tickets on Sale Soon!
Saturday, October 12, 2024 @ 8:00 PM
Voices of Hope will be back for its 16th Annual Fall Gala this October! Last year their Broadway Rock n Reel was presented to a sold out audience and it appears there will be a part 2 to this great music!! So watch for tickets to go on sale soon and get them early as many missed out in 2023!!

About Voices of Hope

VOH is a registered, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization with more than 150 active members who share a passion for the performing arts and a desire to join the fight against cancer by raising awareness and funds for cancer research.

We are Ordinary people on an extraordinary mission.

It is our mission to aid in the fight against cancer by raising our voices in song. Through song we celebrate those we love, remember those we have lost, honor those who fight, and rejoice for those who survive. With music as our voice, we raise awareness and funds to support those who conduct the research and create the hope of finding a cure for generations to come.

At Voices of Hope, we believe that a diverse and actively-involved community best serves and honors our mission.
We are committed to:

  •  An environment that welcomes, celebrates, and gives voice to our differences
  •  A culture that is grounded in inclusivity and support
  •  Actions that embrace diversity and the individuality of all people


Since 2009, Voices of Hope (VOH) has donated $844,000 to the Termeer Center for Targeted Therapies at the MGH Cancer Center with an overall  total of $979,000 to cancer research! We are on our March to a Million in donations!

Recent News

Voices of Hope on “Positively Andover” on Andover TV!

October 10, 2023
Voices of Hope was honored to be the featured story on this wonderful local television show.  It highlights who we are, what we do, how we do it and who we do it for. We love our new hometown of Andover and hope this introduces us to them! Please enjoy. Positively Andover Read more...

Voices of Hope Youth Summer Program Shines! WCVB News 5 For Good w/Erika Tarantal

September 1, 2023
ANDOVER, Mass. — Erika Tarantal Link To WCVB Story A group of young performers spent their summer vacations hard at work in Andover, perfecting a production of High School Musical Jr. For five weeks, members of the Voices of Hope Summer Youth program rehearsed, all with the goal of supporting cancer patients. Producer Diane Meehan said proceeds from the show are being donated to help people being treated at Massachusetts General Hospital. “Patients who can’t get themselves to their therapy, Read more...

Ordinary people can do extraordinary things’: Voices of Hope nears $1 million fundraising goal

February 15, 2023
  From left, Voices of Hope Treasurer Jean Chastain, VOH founder and President Greg Chastain, Termeer Center Nurse Director Casandra McIntyre, Termeer Center Director Dr. Dejan Juric, VOH Vice President Ed Siegal and VOH Artistic Director Dana Siegal pose with a check for $88,000, which VOH raised to donate to the center in 2022. The group, which raises money for cancer research, is now $21,000 away from their goal of $1 million. (Courtesy of Voices of Hope) By | | Lowell Sun February 14, Read more...

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