Old Creamery opens first children’s show of 2016

The Frog and The Princess Old Creamery Theatre — Sat., Mar. 26 at 1 p.m. A recent series of articles on the American Theatre magazine website assures us that “the kids are alright.” Theatre for young people, they proclaim, is “as enriching as it is entertaining, as high-stakes as it is low-barrier.” Old Creamery has […]

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Giving Tree hits its stride with ‘Harvey’

Harvey Giving Tree Theater — through Feb. 14 Giving Tree Theater has launched their official second season with the opening night performance of Harvey, written in 1944 by Mary Chase and directed by the Corridor’s own Demetrios Hadjis. Set in the 1940’s, Harvey tells the story of … wait for it … a six foot […]

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Theatre Cedar Rapids kicks off its 6th annual Underground New Play Festival

Joseph Anderson's 'Feeding' in the Theatre Cedar Rapids Underground New Play Festival

Underground New Play Festival Theatre Cedar Rapids — Opens Friday, Jan. 22 Continuing a six-year tradition, Theatre Cedar Rapids is inviting audiences “Underground” to see a selection of 14 original productions by over 70 volunteers both onstage and behind the scenes. The festival begins Jan. 22 and runs through Feb. 7; tickets are $13 each […]

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Osheroff’s ‘Shipwrecked!’ brings ‘brash and brave’ comedy to Riverside Theatre

SHIPWRECKED! An Entertainment Riverside Theatre — Through Sunday, Oct. 18 (times vary) The inaugural show of Riverside Theatre’s current season starts things off with warmth and wonder, in a production of Donald Margulies’ delightful 2007 play SHIPWRECKED! An Entertainment — The Amazing Adventures of Louis de Rougemont (as Told by Himself). Fans of the classic […]

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