MICHIGAN CITY | Get ready for a frightfully fun night of romance and horror with Footlight Players' "The Passion of Dracula."
MICHIGAN CITY | Footlight Players is proud to sponsor their second Fall Craft Fair on Sunday, September 29, from 1:00 to 3:30 PM. This popular event will include a bake sale in our lobby and the opportunity to pick up information on the group's upcoming productions. Vendors will include Ali…
MICHIGAN CITY | The Footlight Players are proud to announce the winners of the seventh annual Footlight Players Awards, honoring the best performances on and off the stage during our 2012-13 season.
MICHIGAN CITY | It would be hard to imagine a goofier set of characters than the Turpins. This hilariously dysfunctional family from “somewhere below the Mason-Dixon Line” will come together to deal with death and each other during "Dearly Departed,” the sidesplitting dark comedy kicking off…
MICHIGAN CITY | An award-winning director and cast bring the suppression and dysfunction seething under the surface of Tennessee Williams' classic play “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” to a boil onstage in Footlight Theatre's upcoming production.
MICHIGAN CITY | Grade school auditions for “Fiddler on the Roof” to be presented by Footlight Players, 1705 Franklin, Michigan City, will be held on Sunday April 7th from 5:30-7:00 pm.
Christine Wiegand, director of Michigan City’s Footlight Players production of “Mass Appeal,” hopes viewers of the acclaimed philosophical drama leave with new perspectives on life based on the dialogue between the shows’ two opposing priests.
LAPORTE | The play selection committee of Footlight Players has begun the play selection process for our 64th season which runs from August, 2013 through June, 2014. We usually produce shows on the first two (plays) or three (musicals) weekends of every even month (August, October, December,…
MICHIGAN CITY | What happens when an older, set-in-his-ways priest meets a brash, rebellious younger seminarian? The answer lies in the February production of "Mass Appeal" at Footlight Players in Michigan City. Written by Bill Davis, the play contrasts two different styles of ministering, a…
Christopher Whybrew says he can relate to the tensions and conflicts depicted onstage in his production of the beloved family drama, "On Golden Pond."
British farces such as "Funny Money" is a genre held in high regard in the eyes of Dee Piotrowski, director of the Michigan City Footlight Players production.
Ray, the conspiracy theory–wielding central character in the thriller "Yankee Tavern," is expected to be a familiar persona to viewers of the Footlight Players' production.
Bob Komendera, director of Michigan City's Footlight Players production of Carol Burnett's "Hollywood Arms," is amazed at how his crew is replicating the seedy setting depicted in the play on his stage.
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