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Theatre

PNC Students Present "Spoon River Anthology"

Purdue University North Central students will present their annual Readers' Theatre oral interpretation program on Tuesday, April 24 at 11 a.m. and Sunday, April 29 at 2 p.m. in the Library-Student-Faculty Building Assembly Hall, Room 02. The program is free and open to the public. It will last about one hour.


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The Readers' Theatre program is presented by students in the Communication 240 class, Introduction to Oral Interpretation. The class focuses on the performance of all genres of literature before an audience. Based on the traditions of Reader's Theatre, the program features "readers" with a book or script present, selections are performed in a presentational style in an environment that does not pretend to be anything other than a performance space. The program features a theme and examples of literature supporting it, with student performers assuming a variety of personas depending on the selection.

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It's Your Chance to Learn Improv!

Disposable-BBeginning April 15, 2012, Disposable Theatre’s will be holding on-going improv workshops from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Fourth Street Theater in Chesterton.

These workshops are for people that are new to improv, who have done improv in the past and want to get back in to the game, or for those who are just curious or want to come out and have fun and laugh.

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Disposable Theatre Returns to Home Stage

Disposable-ADisposable Theatre Improv Comedy will return to our home stage at Fourth Street Theater in Chesterton on April 13 and 14, 2012, for two great shows!

If you missed us at our recent shows in Portage and Mishawaka, then come back and see us or if you saw us on the tour, come see us at our home theater.

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Porter-Starke and Memorial Opera House Team up for Night of Musical Comedy

Valparaiso’s Memorial Opera House will present the musical “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” for a one evening benefit for Porter-Starke Services Foundation on April 12.

Proceeds from the event will go toward the $50,0000 goal of the 2012 Changing Minds Campaign.

The musical is a good fit for a Porter-Starke fundraising event because it is about relationships and emotions.

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Upcoming Theatre Productions in Northwest Indiana

4th-Street-Theatre-August-Osage-CountyNorthwest Indiana Excellence in Theatre Foundation presents the March through May 2012 theatre season!

August: Osage County
4th Street Theater
Thur-Sat @ 7:30 pm, Sun @ 3 pm
$15
219.926.7875
www.4thstreetncca.org

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PNC Theatre to Stage Shakespeare's "Henry IV, Part 1"

PNC-HenryIVPNC Theatre and the PNC Players of Purdue University North Central will present a production of William Shakespeare's "Henry IV, Part 1" at the Mainstreet Theatre in Michigan City.

The public is invited to the performances at the Mainstreet Theatre, 807 Franklin St., on opening night Saturday April 14, at 8 p.m.; Sunday April 15, at 3 p.m.; Friday April 20 at 8 p.m. and Saturday April 21 at 8 p.m.

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Consider the Theatre

pct-logoNestled in the woods just off of Indiana rt. 249 near the Portage Marina sits a building that, other than its Maritime surroundings, is fairly non-descript. The building, now managed by the Portage park department, used to be the site of the Portage Yacht Club. Its vintage 1970s façade is equaled only by the wood paneling that covers the walls of the former yacht club bar. And unless you’ve been there before, chances are, you have no idea where it is. But this isn’t a yacht club, neither is it a bar. Nope, from the moment you walk in, it’s obvious something mysterious and magical happens here. It is – in fact – a theatre. It’s the site of the Portage Community Theatre. And now you know.

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