Reviews are in for HAMLET!

Reviews are in for HAMLET!

HAMLET CAST LIST Gregory Morales, DirectorYolanda Valdivia, Asst Director BARNARDO     Kelsey CarlisleHORATIO     Devin MayMARCELLUS     Liesl CruzGHOST/KING     Henry McDanielHAMLET     Anthony O’DonovanCORAMBIS     Steve ScottLAERTES     Aaron HartQUEEN     Mary RailingCORNELIA/BRAGGART GENTLEMAN     Miranda StinsonOFELIA     Taylor HarmonMONTANO/FORTENBRASSE     Nathan BockROSSENCRAFT …

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CAST ANNOUNCEMENTS for HAMLET and 12 ANGRY JURORS

CAST ANNOUNCEMENTS for HAMLET and 12 ANGRY JURORS

Thank you to everyone who came out to audition — the talent was exceptionally high, and we look forward to seeing your performances! HAMLET Gregory Morales, Director Yolanda Valdivia, Asst Director BARNARDO     Kelsey Carlisle HORATIO     Devin May MARCELLUS     Liesl Cruz GHOST/KING     Henry McDaniel HAMLET     Anthony …

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JANICE CLEVENGER honored with Be More Creative Award

JANICE CLEVENGER honored with Be More Creative Award

Janice (right) and board member Sheila Butler, at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater   Janice’s contributions to the Bloomington theatre community are truly immeasurable. She has served as director, set designer, and publicity manager — often at the same time!  And of course, no recognition of Janice’s work would be complete without acknowledging the incredible craft and …

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MCCT receives Arts Commission Grant!

MCCT receives Arts Commission Grant!

Monroe County Civic Theater is incredibly pleased to announce it has been awarded an Arts Project Grant by the Bloomington Arts Commission! The funds awarded will be used to improve our sound equipment for future Shakespeare in the Park productions. We hope you’ll join us in thanking Mayor Mark Kruzan and the Bloomington City Council for their support of …

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URINETOWN reviewed by Bloomington Herald-Times!

URINETOWN reviewed by Bloomington Herald-Times!

Herald-Times Review by Doris Lynch When I was young, train and bus stations and even some department stores had pay toilets, and on several occasions, I watched women slither across dirty floors to avoid paying for something so necessary and basic. Despite its crass name, “Urinetown The Musical,” this play explores a city where everyone, …

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