Crown Point Community Theatre
CROWN POINT | The stories of John the Baptist, Jesus and Judas will be told musically when Crown Point Community Theatre performs the musical “Godspell” this weekend through Feb. 15.
CROWN POINT | In cooperation with the Lake Court House Foundation, Crown Point Community Theatre will present Ayn Rand's "Night of January 16th."
CROWN POINT | Charlie Brown and his lovable gang of friends showcase a day in the life of this classic "Peanuts" cartoon character in Crown Point Community Theatre’s final production of its ninth season, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.”
Becky Jascoviak, director of Crown Point Community Theatre’s “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten,” knows why the book and stage version has endured with readers and audiences for a quarter century.
GARY | "Beautiful Bodies - A Girls Night-out Comedy" opened last weekend at the Crown Point Community Theatre to full houses all three nights, and there will be three more showings this weekend.
KeriAnne Valuckis, director of Crown Point Community Theatre’s “Beautiful Bodies,” says male theatergoers may learn a thing or two from the all-female tale.
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Rob Kranc, director of Crown Point Community Theatre’s production of “Judgment at Nuremberg,” said the messages found in the post-World War II drama remain just as important today.
Eric Evans, co-director of Crown Point Community Theatre’s production of “God of Carnage,” said was immediately taken with the comedy when he was presented with the script.
Kerry Fitch, co–director of Crown Point Community Theatre's production of "Cyrano," expects audiences to be dazzled by their production of the classic love story.
Despite the backdrop of a murder trial, Becky Fox, co-director of Crown Point Community Theatre's production of the military legal drama "A Few Good Men," sees the play as a salute to our troops.
Despite the backdrop of a murder trial, Becky Fox, co–director of Crown Point Community Theatre's production of the military legal drama "A Few Good Men," sees the play as a salute to our troops.
While "August: Osage County" chronicles the toll substance abuse and mental illness takes on a family, Eric Evans, co–director of Crown Point Community Theatre's production, expects audiences to also find laughs in the story.
Get well wishes go out to local thespian, Tony Balsamo of Michigan City. We're all hoping he's back on the karaoke microphone soon.
To say Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" has made an impression on artists of all styles would be putting it mildly.
Chong Choe, who is co–directing and playing the title character in Crown Point Community Theatre's production of William Shakespeare's "Othello," sees relevance in the 17th century play and compares it to today's social and political climate.
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