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The Astra is a historic theater in Jasper, Indiana, featuring musical performances, movies, events, and more.

Located in College Park on the northwest side of Indianapolis, Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre is one of just a handful of full-time Equity dinner theatres in the country. Open year-round, Beef & Boards presents Broadway musicals, plays, and a Live Theatre for Kids series.

Over 300 shows, 100 artists and outstanding Amish Musicals, the Blue Gate Theatre is the best place for entertainment in Shipshewana and a household name in the Midwest.

A downtown fixture since 1922, today the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre is a performing arts venue, rental venue, & arts incubator for the Bloomington community.

Cinema Center, Fort Wayne’s center for film, provides unique opportunities to explore our world through the art of film.

Clowes Memorial Hall officially known as "Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University" is a theatre located on the campus of Butler University, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Opened October 18, 1963, it hosts numerous significant concerts, orchestras, musicals, plays, and guest speakers.

The Community Theatre of Clay County provides theatrical presentations. 5 theatrical presentations for entertainment of guests and opportunity for cast and crew to present Theatre talents and skills to public.

The 10,800-square-foot, three-story, brick Italianate Assion-Ruffing City Hall opened in 1865. It was named for the grand event hall on its third floor that opened with a ball honoring returning Civil War soldiers.

Derby Dinner Playhouse is a theatrical entertainment leader in Indiana noted for their professional productions of Broadway musicals and lighthearted comedies. Each dinner theatre production comes alive with the magic of lights, costumes, a live orchestra, and a stage full of professional…

Tipton's Diana Theatre has been owned by the same family for 94 years. The single-screen Diana is a throwback to gentler and warmer times.

The historic Embassy Theatre features national productions from the Broadway stage, concerts of all musical formats, cinema, educational programming and a continued commitment to young people.

The John R. Emens College-Community Auditorium is an auditorium on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie. The facility is used to host Broadway shows, plays, multi-genre concerts, and other popular events.

When it was built, the Fowler Theatre was a grand state-of-the-art facility with grandiose decorating and all the technological marvels of the time. It was one of the most ornate and impressive theaters in the region.In fact, the Fowler Theatre was one of only 5 movie theaters in the country to…

Built in 1901 and producing community theater in Henry County, Indiana since 1976, the Guyer Opera House is the only remaining gaslight-era theater and one of the most important historic buildings in Henry County.

Vevay's Historic Hoosier Theater's mission is to provide a variety of culturally enriching performances for local residents and visitors to our area, sponsoring regional musicians, plays and other educational and entertainment presentations.

The Honeywell Center is northeast Indiana's premier show and concert venue featuring rock, comedy, Broadway, and more!

Imagine Performing Arts exists to develop and support the performing arts, to encourage creativity and excellence, and to enrich our community.

The IRT produces top-quality, professional theatre that engages, surprises, challenges and entertains people throughout their lifetimes, helping to build a vital and vibrant community.

Indiana University Auditorium is one of the premier cultural centers of the Midwest. Opening its doors in 1941, the Auditorium season consisted primarily of classical concerts with ticket prices costing about one dollar. Today, the Auditorium remains the primary gathering place for community…

This 1920s-era movie palace turned performing arts complex features a 1,700-seat theatre and ballroom and hosts year-round performances, musical theatre, film, theatrical workshops and more. In the heart of downtown’s Arts & Entertainment District.

The Long Center for the Performing Arts is a 1,190-seat venue that is home to local arts organizations including the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra, the Long Center Theatre Organ Society's Mighty Wurlitzer theater pipe organ, and more.. Originally constructed in 1921 as the Mars Theater, the Long…

The theater is the last of the iconic buildings which lined Indiana Avenue and still has much of its 1927 architecture. The center promotes social justice, provides cultural education, and empowers the next generation of entrepreneurs, business owners, and civil leaders. The building itself is a…

The Ogle Center, Southern Indiana's center for the performing and visual arts on the campus of IU Southeast in New Albany, presents concerts, plays and more.

The Anderson Paramount Theatre is a historic movie theater located in Anderson, Madison County, Indiana. It opened on August 20, 1929, and at the time was part of the Publix Chain of theaters, owned by Paramount Pictures. The theater was designed by the famous movie theater architect, John Eberson.

The original Rockville Opera House was built in 1883. Motion Picture equipment was installed in 1929. Today, the theater is open and operating with first-run movies and live stage productions throughout the year.

The Round Barn Theatre of Nappanee is a professional theatre company located at The Barns at Nappanee producing 6-7 Broadway-style shows each year!

Built in the 1920s as a movie house in Brownstown, the Royal Off-the-Square Theatre was purchased by Jackson County Community Theatre in the 1970s, when it was converted for permanent use as a live performance venue.

The Strand Theatre has been a mainstay of the Shelbyville, Indiana cityscape since 1916. It is the only surviving “old” theatre in the city limits of Shelbyville.

Built in 1922 as a silent movie theater and Vaudeville house, the Artcraft Theatre was built complete with an orchestra pit and full stage with dressing rooms below. It was renovated in 1936 when Trueman Rembusch purchased the building and again in 1948 when the classic Art Deco streamlining and…

Originally built in 1906 and completely restored in 2015, the historic Mitchell Opera House enjoys a rich tradition of community events, film screenings and live music entertainment. Recalling the days when the Monon Line connected with the B&O Railroad, the Opera House now serves as a permanent hub…

This beautiful venue, originally a cow barn built in 1908, is a 200-seat venue that has brought live theatre to central Indiana audiences for over 50 years.

The theatre is listed on the Indiana and National Registers of Historic Place as part of the Courthouse Square Historic District. Today, the theatre is a live performance venue.

The Tivoli Theatre is a historic theatre, opening originally on New Year's Eve in 1928. Upon its grand opening, national theater publications described the Tivoli as one of the finest small-town movie theaters in the country. Reopening in 2013, the Tivoli has been fully restored to it's previous…

The award-winning Wagon Wheel Theatre, one of Indiana’s oldest theatres, is well-known for high-quality theatrical productions and concerts. The Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts is a Non-Profit that offers dance, acting and improv classes, kids workshops and more!






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