MICHIGAN CITY — Footlight Players has announced the second show of its 72nd season will be “Miracle on South Division Street.”
MICHIGAN CITY — They feature beloved pets, exotic locations, blooming flowers and more abstract subject matter, and offer a unique collaboration between a professional photographer and several up and coming artists.
THREE OAKS, Mich. — The Acorn Theater is bringing several nationally touring acts to its environs this October, including Sophie B. Hawkins, Cathy Richardson of Jefferson Starship and an Eric Clapton tribute band.
La PORTE — It’s bedlam when gamblers help missionaries save souls, burlesque dancers and crapshooters find true love, and La Porte gets another Broadway musical.
MICHIGAN CITY — The inspiration behind Janine Harrison’s latest book, “Turning 50 on El Camino de Santiago,” occurred while she was hiking with a Canadian woman in Spain.
MICHIGAN CITY — A poem celebrating Michigan City, and a demonstration of Japanese ink painting will be among the live presentations at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts’ largest annual fundraising event, Artbash: Repaint the Town.
MICHIGAN CITY — What if a dead munchkin was found on the Yellow Brick Road? That’s the premise of a new radio play to be performed as a fundraiser for the Footlight Players.
MICHIGAN CITY — An Ojibwe storyteller, a poet and travel writer, a Muslim-American scholar and a true crime author will be among the participants when Michigan City Public Library’s Writing Out Loud event returns this September.
MICHIGAN CITY — Friendship Botanic Gardens is promising performances by some of the biggest names in Chicago’s arts and culture scene when it hosts the 15th annual Opera in the Gardens.
MICHIGAN CITY — Alternative-hiphop, country with a rock edge, Brazilian and more will be just a sampling of the musical genres on tap when the Taste of Michigan City returns Friday and Saturday in the Uptown Arts District.
Michigan City organist Lee C. Meyer will perform during the next session of the Roosevelt Pipe Organ Concert Series on Wednesday, Aug. 4, at Christ Church, 531 Washington in Michigan City. Seating is at noon for the free show, with the concert beginning at 12:15 p.m. and lasting about 45 min…
MICHIGAN CITY — On the fog-bound streets of Victorian-era London, Dr. Henry Jekyll’s experiments with exotic powders and tinctures brought forth his other self – Edward Hyde – a sensualist and villain, free to commit the sins Jekyll is too civilized to comprehend.
MICHIGAN CITY — Teenagers interested in expanding their artistic and creative skill set have the opportunity to join a group dedicated to developing both their talents and portfolios.
MICHIGAN CITY — The Lubeznik Center for the Arts is hosting “Once Upon a Thursday” with two online author readings via Zoom on July 15 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
BEVERLY SHORES — The Depot in Beverly shores is both a museum and an art gallery, and two new displays opening this week will showcase both facets.
The Footlight Players of Michigan City will be presenting a 1980s’ love song revue, “After All: A Musical Journey Through Love,” on Friday, July 30, and Saturday, July 31, at 7:30 p.m. The show will feature vocalists Sheree Wheeler-Gudeman and Jeff Otto and tell of one couple’s journey throu…
MICHIGAN CITY — A group of local youngsters will be taking over the Footlight Theater later this month to show what they learned during workshop sessions on all phases of production.
MICHIGAN CITY — Updated to reflect modern dating trends, a mid-90s musical comedy on relationships is coming to Canterbury Summer Theatre.
MICHIGAN CITY — For a play set in a sprawling forest, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream’s” planned outside performance by the Dunes Summer Theatre is quite apt, according to director Steve Scott.
MICHIGAN CITY — Cautionary tales and lessons of the past, sober warnings about the future and allegorical elements are all part of the work of three artists exhibiting at Lubeznik Center for the Arts this summer.
The Roosevelt Pipe Organ Concert Series will return Wednesday with the recital of organist Mark Sudeith at Christ Church, 531 Washington, Michigan City. Seating will be at noon, and music will last from 12:15 to 1 p.m. Sudeith recently performed in the “Brandenburg Concerto No. 5” of Bach an…
MICHIGAN CITY — With pandemic restrictions lifting and bands eager to start performing again, a free concert featuring 4 1/2 hours of live music is coming to Michigan City.
MICHIGAN CITY — The Michigan City Municipal Band will remember former band composer and percussionist Michael Boo during its third concert of the 153rd season on Thursday.
MICHIGAN CITY — Canterbury Summer Theatre will be celebrating the songs of a bygone era, and an obsolete recording format, when it premieres the first musical of its 2021 season, “8-Track: The Sounds of the 70s,” performing June 23-July 3.
MICHIGAN CITY — When the Michigan City Municipal Band returns for the second concert of their 153rd season on Thursday, they’ll be doing so, in part, to honor the life of one of their former members.
MICHIGAN CITY — Canterbury Summer Theatre will be opening its 53rd season with the comedy-drama “Out of Love,” performing June 16-19.
MICHIGAN CITY — Organist Derek E. Nickels will perform the second show in this year’s Roosevelt Pipe Organ Concert Series, presented at Christ Church in Michigan City.
MICHIGAN CITY — After missing a year due to the pandemic, the Michigan City Municipal Band is back this week with two newly commissioned works as they kickstart their 153rd season.
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. — “Strumpets on the Rialto,” a painting by Michigan City artist Kei Constantinov, has taken first place in the acrylic and painting category for the Michiana Annual Arts Competition
MICHIGAN CITY — “Forever Plaid” is the story of four high school students with odd names – Sparky, Smudge, Jinx and Frankie – who form a ’50s-style singing group with dreams of stardom.
MICHIGAN CITY — The COVID-19 pandemic might have been raging for more than a year, closing businesses and schools, and even limiting the supply of toilet paper. But it has not stopped art.
THREE OAKS, Mich. — Michigan City resident and pianist Aglaja Petrova will be among the featured performers Saturday during the Harbor Arts’ Music in the Park program at Dewey Cannon Park in Three Oaks, Michigan.
MICHIGAN CITY — This April, Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA) and its partners invite the community to once again explore the world of “zines.” These miniature magazines, which are typically self-published and distributed in small batches, have seen an increase in popularity in recent years…
MICHIGAN CITY — The La Porte Symphony Orchestra continues its 47th season on Sunday, March 15, with a celebration of Beethoven’s 250th Birthday. Under the direction of the LCSO’s fifth music director candidate, Wilbur Lin, the Orchestra will perform:
Footlight Players’ current production of the musical “Gypsy” opened on March 6 to great applause. The show is listed as a memoir of the great burlesque queen, Gypsy Rose Lee, but we really see the story of the epitome of bound and determined stage mothers. Mama Rose is expertly played by new…
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La PORTE – The community is invited to a program of Irish music performed by the group Au Tu in the La Porte Hospital Chapel at noon on Friday, March 6. The chapel is located at 1007 Lincoln Way in La Porte on the first floor of the hospital.