Center For Visual And Performing Arts
After a successful near sold-out one-night performance on the Munster stage in 2012, the three-of-a-kind comedy names are returning for another one-night run at Theatre at the Center at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22.
When planning each annual season of selected stage productions for audiences at Theatre at the Center in Munster, general manager Richard Friedman and artistic director William "Bill" Pullinsi have an agreed-upon checklist.
Have you ever listened to a song and been taken back to a place, a point in time or simply felt your emotions swayed by the music? O’Shea McCarthy spent hours on end building musical landscapes that were meant to illicit these feelings in the listener.
When planning each annual season of selected stage productions for audiences at Theatre at the Center in Munster, General Manager Richard Friedman and Artistic Director William "Bill" Pullinsi have an agreed-upon checklist.
MUNSTER | Princesses reigned supreme during Sunday’s Family Arts Festival at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts.
Chicago Kids Company actor and Court Jester Corey Mills counts a line of children on stage Sunday during the Family Arts Festival at The Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.
Leah Guzek 2, of Hobart, looks for another instrument to play Sunday as she plucks a violin held by Alisha Driarski, a volunteer with the Youth Symphony, during the Family Arts Festival at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.
It was four years ago when Patty Bird decided to work with Theatre at the Center in Munster to create a summer opportunity to foster young new talent.
MUNSTER | A recent wine dinner was held at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster with proceeds going to the Calumet Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
ONGOING Building Fit Friends, 10:30-11:30am Mon, Wed, Fri, Duneland Family YMCA, 215 Roosevelt St, Chesterton. 219.926.4204. dunelandymca.org. This fitness class geared toward seniors ages 65 and better aims to increase agility, range of motion and strength.
The Women's Association of the Northwest Indiana Symphony 24th Annual Festival of Trees in 2012 showcased a span of holiday trees spanning themes from retro to traditional decorating range framing the atrium at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.
"Pinocchio," starring the wooden boy of fairytale fame and the wish-granting Blue Fairy, launched the 2013 Theatre at the Center's youth performances earlier this month for the new season.
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A new impressionist show opens at South Shore Arts Atrium Gallery and the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival both begin on Friday for long runs and ArcelorMittal employees clean up at Taltree on Saturday.--- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
Artist RexAnne Coad and her piece titled Blue Notes created as an oil on linen work is highlighted at the 70th annual Salon Show hosted by South Shore Arts.
Artist Brian J. Sullivan and his featured piece Romper Room, are among the showcased works at the 70th Annual Salon Show hosted by South Shore Arts opening Sunday at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster.
The annual South Shore Arts Salon show is a creative display tradition that has continued for decades.
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