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Moon Over Buffalo Coming in April

Moon Over Buffalo is coming to Whiting Indiana, presented by Marian Theatre Guild. The Show Dates – Saturdays, April 16th and 23rd @ 8:15pm and Sundays, April 17th and 24th @ 3:00pm. Synoposis: The diva lead actress, Charlotte Hay, is barely tolerant of her philandering semi-alcoholic husband, George, and mishaps and confusions arise for the…

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Experience History and See an Amazing Play: American Blues Theatre’s “Looking Over the President’s Shoulder”

**** Recommended ****  “Looking Over the President’s Shoulder” is one of the best new dramas I’ve seen this year.  James Still’s real-life, very personal drama about Alonzo Fields, White House Butler for more than twenty years, is chock full of history.  There’s also tiny bits of insider gossip about the four Presidents he served.  He…

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Tamburitzans Come to Munster, Indiana

The longest running live stage show in America, the Duquesne University Tamburitzans will be taking the stage at Munster High School on Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 at 2pm at Munster High School. Tickets are $25 a person with senior discounts and group discounts call the box office at 877-826-6437.  The Tamburitzans is a group of…

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Theatre at the Center’s “The 39 Steps” is a Delightfully Silly Hitchcock Spoof

***** Highly Recommended ***** Theatre at the Center’s production of “The 39 Steps” will keep you laughing from start to finish.  If you think you remember Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 black and white, and very moody, spy film, so you already know this plot, forget about it!  This version of “The 30 Steps” is a campy,…

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Marriott’s “Sister Act” is a Joyful Romp

***** Highly Recommended ***** “Sister Act” is a longtime favorite movie of mine, so I was really excited about seeing Marriott Theatre’s production of “Sister Act: A Divine Musical Comedy!”   I’m happy to say it totally met my expectations.  In fact, Director Don Stephenson’s “Sister Act” is one of the most joyful shows I’ve ever…

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First Annual Spring Garden Show

LaPorte County Master Gardeners Spring Garden Show titled “Think, Eat, Live Green” will feature keynote speakers, seminars and demonstrations, a gardening series for children, garden and food vendors plus door prizes and raffles. The event will be held on Saturday, March 19th, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Michigan City High School. It…

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Maple Syrup Time

Maple Syrup Time on the Weekends Deep River County Park General Public Program March 13th & 14th and March 20th & 21st, 2020 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. FREE      Maple syrup can only be produced in certain U.S. states and Canada and only at a certain time of the year.  Above freezing day…

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Steppenwolf’s Production of “The Flick” is Perfectly Cast & Superbly Acted!

**** Recommended **** In a lot of ways, Steppenwolf’s production of “The Flick” reminded me of vacation trips when my children would ask “Are we there yet?” every five minutes.  My “C” crew – Cindy, Colleen and Crista – were all in agreement, “The Flick” could use some judicious pruning.  On the other hand, it…

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Maple Sugar Time at Indiana Dunes

     Enjoy a sweet taste of spring during Indiana Dunes National Park’s annual Maple Sugar Time festival. The historic Chellberg Farm will be bustling with self-guided tours and maple sugaring activities from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday March 11, 2023 and Sunday March 12, 2023. National Park entrance fees are suspended for…

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Windy City Playhouse Production of Silly Spoof, “The Explorers Club” will keep You Laughing!

During the reign of Queen Victoria, many members of the British upper-class belonged to exclusive clubs, often devoted to specific – and frequently eccentric – goals.  Because they took themselves so seriously, it’s easy to poke fun at them.   The Windy City Playhouse production, “The Explorers Club” is a silly, rather slapstick spoof of one…

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