Three special art exhibits this weekend plus a buy-one-get-one-free offer at the Towle Theater in downtown Hammond, plus fast forward to a dueling pianos concert coming up at Bethel. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Jeff Casey, managing director of the Towle Theater in Hammond
After a decade of stage bows, the Towle Theater is firmly established in Northwest Indiana with not only a solid season subscriber base, but also programming that ranks as cutting edge rather than cutting teeth and learning the ropes about what attracts audiences.
For theatergoers who prefer less shock, Towle Theater's production of "Leaving Iowa" may be an appropriate fit in the eyes of Towle's executive director, Jeff Casey.
Jeff Casey, director of Towle Theater’s “Next to Normal,” expects people to connect with the characters and drama in the play despite the extreme circumstances depicted on stage.
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Opening on Nov. 25 and running through Dec. 9, Towle's "Fabulous 50s Christmas" pays tribute to the music and spirit of holiday-themed shows hosted by 50s and 60s icons Andy Williams and Perry Como.
Earlier this month, retailers revved up their holiday shopping engines, and a handful of radio stations have already added Christmas songs into their playlists.
When director Mike Reinhart of Ross Music Theatre was first approached years ago by other stage groups to help produce an annual free theater festival, he was happy for the chance.
In 2004, I was thrilled to see the Chicago preview of the Broadway smash hit "Spamalot," Eric Idle's musical version of the 1975 film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail."
The Towle Theater invites the public for a sneak peek.
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