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Showing posts from June, 2018


Here's the premise, it’s 1963 and the night before three soldiers are about to be shipped off to Vietnam. They’ve decided to hold a dogfight, a marine tradition where each guy tries to find the ugliest date possible. The winner takes the pot and the girl is never the wiser. Eddie Birdlace (Patrick Dinnsen) meets Rose, a waitress who he decides will work in a pinch, unfortunately she's more than he bargained for.
It’s a popular show at the moment because its music and lyrics were written by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the duo responsible for the Broadway hit Dear Evan Hansen and songs from La La Land and The Greatest Showman. Their skill of crafting a heart wrenching story with songs is evident in this show as well.

The show is such a delight and surprises audiences with its heart and beautiful vocals. The cast is young, all veteran members of Summer Stock Stage productions, and they are so talented. Emily Ristine Holloway’s direction highlights moments of tenderness between the …

ATI 2018/19 Season Announcement

Actors Theatre of Indiana has announced its lineup of hit shows for the upcoming 2018-19 season, kicking things off with A Comedy of Tenors in September, followed by It’s A Wonderful Life (Live Radio Play), Ruthless and Forbidden Broadway: It’s Back, It’s New, It’s Better Than Ever. Celebrating its 14th season as Central Indiana’s premier professional, not-for-profit theater organization, ATI continues to bring to the stage a variety of local and national artists dedicated to excellence in theatre production. All shows will be live on stage at The Studio Theater at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. Season subscription sales will begin June 8; single ticket sales on July 27.
A Comedy of Tenors – September 7-30
Currently sweeping the country and playing to sold-out audiences, the characters from Lend Me A Tenor are back in this fast-paced, over-the-top farce! One hotel suite, four tenors, two wives, three girlfriends, and a soccer stadium filled with screaming fans. What could…