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Dave Schlatter creates the masks for INTO THE WOODS. For photos of the process, click here.
Jr. Civic’s premier performing troupe, ACT ONE, partners with the Special Olympics with a goal to perform at this year’s State Games in Terre Haute. Read more here.
The scene shop is hard at work building the set for INTO THE WOODS. Click here to see the progress.
Through STORYTIME WITH CIVIC, children are prepared for kindergarten through interactive theatre experiences, gaining skills in language, creative thinking, problem solving, and teamwork. Learn more about this program here.
Civic’s seventh production of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT sets new organizational records. Learn about the show’s success here.
A brand new production of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT in a new home at the Tarkington requires a new coat of many colors, doesn’t it? Read about how Civic’s team of costumers built Joseph’s coat here.
Young Adult Program raises funds for the music program at St. Philip Neri Catholic School. To learn how Mr. Tim Moore’s class benefited from the gift, click here.
A special Halloween matinee performance of THE WOMAN IN BLACK provides learning opportunities for area high school students. For more about their experience, click here.
Congratulations to Civic’s Executive Director, Cheri Dick, one of the IBJ‘s 2012 Women of Influence! Click here for details.
Young Adult Program participants work one-on-one with Amy Grant prior to her performance at the Palladium. For the whole story, click here.
Civic participated in its fifth Hauntless Halloween at Holliday Park this year. For more about the event, click here.
September 29th’s Family Day at the Tarkington was a rousing success. Lots of activities for the public prior to the 2:00pm performance of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE. Click here for details.
Civic actor and instructor Craig Underwood can be seen just about everywhere at City Center. Read more about his contributions to Civic here.
Jr. Civic’s unprecedented expansion requires more teachers. Learn about this season’s line up here.
Civic’s 98th season opens with a riveting production of A CHORUS LINE. For photos and reviews, click here.
ACT ONE auditions attract 35 of the area’s most talented young performers. For more information about Jr. Civic’s ambassadors to the community, click here.
The revival of the Young Adult Program at Civic draws 26 new students to Jr. Civic programs. For the whole story, click here.
Civic’s production staff adds one more accolade to its collection. Read about Troy Trinkle’s new rigging certification here.
Mike McConnell, Civic Trustee, develops inventive strategy to promote awareness of Civic’s Mainstage. To learn about his support, click here.
Through the support of PNC’s Grow Up Great initiative, Civic is preparing low income preschoolers for kindergarten through professional theatre education. For details about this exciting partnership, click here.
The annual Jr. Civic Musical entertains thousands of central Indiana youngsters and provides children with performance opportunities in a professional environment. This year’s production of ONCE UPON A SHOE was a rousing success. Click here for details.
May 9 Benefit Soiree THE MAESTRO AND THE LADY features the talent of Civic veteran Nathalie Cruz. For her story, click here.
SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE goes on the road to St. Matthew Catholic School. For details, click here.
Local and international high school students build job skills as interns in the Civic Costume Shop. For the whole story, click here.
Musical Theatre Saturdays performance took place on Saturday, April 24. Sixty young performers put on an original show titled “You’re Grounded!” For more information click here.
Goelzer Investment Management underwrites ticket cost for underprivileged central Indiana students to attend SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE! Additional support from R. B. Annis Educational Foundation contributes to academic success through song. For the details, click here.
Backstage Pass is a one-hour field trip to Civic Theatre in which students ages four and up are exposed to all the sights and sounds of a working theatre. Recently, students from Sycamore School participated in Backstage Pass. For the rest of the article, click here.
Campbell Kyle Proffitt and Current Publications attended the opening night reception for LEND ME A TENOR. To see pictures from the event, click here.
Mayor Brainard and members of the Booth Tarkington family attended a ceremony to dedicate the Wayman Adams portrait in the Tarkington lobby. For more information about the history of the portrait, click here.
Check out this interview about Civic’s move by Tom Alvarez.