‘Tomorrow Morning’ comes this weekend to Towle Theater
By Bob Craig Post-Tribune correspondent February 20, 2013 4:26PM
Updated: March 23, 2013 6:08AM
The musical “Tomorrow Morning” opens this weekend at the Towle Theater in downtown Hammond.
The story of two couples, one contemplating the end of their relationship, the other on the brink of making a deeper commitment, “Tomorrow Morning” examines the constant change in romance and the power of love with humor and sensitivity.
Directed by the Jeff Casey with musical direction by Elizabeth Tuazon, the cast includes Sarah Jean Mergener, Taylor Okey, Carol Rose and Michael Snider.
“Tomorrow Morning” will run through March 10 at the Towle Theater, 5205 Hohman Ave., Hammond. Call 937-8780 for reservations or more information.
‘Guys & Dolls’
The classic Broadway musical “Guys & Dolls” opens Feb. 22 at the Memorial Opera House in Valparaiso.
A story of love, corruption, gambling and attempted salvation is told through the music of
Frank Loesser and Damon Runyon’s timeless characters of Nathan Detroit, Miss Adelaide, Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown
Directed by Craig Golbesky with musical direction by Chris Stalbaum, the cast includes John Peluso, Sheree Wheeler-Gudeman, Luke Bouman, Mary Kay Steele, Jordan Chaddock, Michael Pals, Tom Knoerzer, Adam Woolever, Tim Slatton, Michael “Doc” Kuhn, Mona Loomis, Patrick Pohrte, Krista King, Amy Hubbard, Andrea Bertsch, Isha Leon, Judy Riggle, Joy Hathaway, Katie Marak, Donna Rettew, Elizabeth Powers, Maddie Blaney and Matt Shutske.
“Guys & Dolls” runs through March 10 at the Memorial Opera House, 104 Indiana Ave., Valparaiso. Call 548-9137 for reservations or more information.
The 4th Street Theater in Chesterton will hold auditions for “To Kill A Mockingbird” at 7 p.m. March 11 and 12.
Based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning book and dramatized by Christopher Sergel, the 4th Street production will be directed by Kevin Doler.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” is a story about growing up under extraordinary circumstances in 1935 in the South. Covering a span of three years, during which the main characters undergo significant changes in the fictitious town of Maycomb, Ala., Harper Lee seems to demonstrate that people who are caught up in the misery of ignorance and poverty resort to racism as a way to hide their own shame and low self-esteem.
The auditions will be held at the theater and the production will run May 31 through June 16.
“The Fantasticks” will run March 1-17 at the 4th Street
Directed by Linda Pauli, the cast includes Rick Heath, Jacob Barber, Courtney Jurick, Tony Balsamo, Matt Byerly, Kevin Doler, Steve Ellis and Laura Blythe.
The 4th Street Theater is at 125 N. 4th St. Call 926-7875 for more information regarding the auditions or to make reservations.