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Lost in Yonkers cast members pictured are Emily Chidalek, Marianne LaRiccia, Alex Britzke and Michael Stantz.
MICHIGAN CITY – Get ready to laugh out of your seats with this Neil Simon classic.
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 | “This show is all about family, the connections they have with each other, with God and the world around them,” Komendera said. “I love this musical because it shows us that even when bad things happen families band together, people can come together and survive.”
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 | 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…
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