Category: 2016

It Really is a Wonderful Life

It Really is a Wonderful Life

What a fantastic run! The cast, crew, and Sherwood Oaks choir and band put their all into making It’s a Wonderful Life MCCT’s best show to date! We couldn’t have done it without the support from local artists, writers, and businesses. A special shout-out to Russell McGee for writing the adaptation of It’s a Wonderful Life specifically for our production!

There was a preview written in The Herald Times by Bloomington’s own Joel Pierson. It appeared in the Sunday, November 13th edition. You can find a copy of the preview HERE.

The show was also reviewed by Ken Pimple HERE and Bravo Bloomington HERE.

What did you think of the show? We’d love to hear from you!

Here are photos from the show:

Much Ado in the Park!

Much Ado in the Park!

This year’s Shakespeare in the Park production of Much Ado About Nothing, under the direction of Steve Heise and starring Jennifer Whitaker and Eric “C” Heaps as the bickering, bantering, battling Beatrice and Benedick, was a good time for all: audience, actors and crew. With lively performances, outstanding costumes and a great set, this was one to remember. Check out some images from the show!

Now even more great photos by Richard Mattson. Here are direct links to each of the ‘Much Ado’ albums:
June 2ndhttps://www.flickr.com/photos/10889330@N07/albums/72157673607410933
June 3rdhttps://www.flickr.com/photos/10889330@N07/albums/72157677414316936
Best – https://www.flickr.com/photos/10889330@N07/albums/72157673602289253

Here are more photos from the show:

Lysistrata Brings the Laughs

Lysistrata Brings the Laughs

On the weekend of March 24th, Lysistrata sold out all three shows at the Blockhouse. Each night was a great show – big laughs, lots of happy audience members, and a buoyant mood among cast and crew created a fun-filled evening for all involved. Director Jennifer Whitaker is proud of the show and it’s reception, which she puts down to her wonderful cast of hard working comedians! And the magical costumes and wonderful set and props created by Mary Emma Heaps, Leah Lee, Anna Hughes, Pamela Milam and more.

You can watch the full run of Lysistrata on YouTube HERE.

You can read the IDS preview article HERE and the Herald-Times review HERE.

And check out our Lysistrata Gallery (Photo Credit- Beth Milam Cummins 2016):