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Unique Fort Wayne, Indiana Theatre

I've got a special place in my heart for things that are homegrown. From arts to music to, that's right, theatre—Fort Wayne is full of talent that's on the same playing field as national work. When you come to visit Fort Wayne, something you don't want to miss is the talent that is incredibly unique to the community—and there's so much to experience as far as theatre production goes…

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Make a Date With Santa Claus in Fort Wayne

Santa Claus and his helpers are pulling out the stops over the next few weeks until Christmas — checking lists, gathering intel on presents, sleigh tune-ups, beard trimmings, checking lists twice, etc. You name it, the jolly man is busy with preparations…

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Best Christmas Pageant Ever

Most folks probably wouldn’t choose to spend their holidays with a bunch of mean adolescents, but they’ll happily make an exception for the six boisterous Herdman kids who will be making an appearance in Fort Wayne at the Fort Wayne Youtheatre's performance of the Best Christmas Pageant Ever . Enjoy as the Herdman kids charm their way into theatergoers’ hearts…

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It's a Wonderful Life

“Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings!” This magical phrase, uttered by one of the sweetest and most recognizable voices in American cinema, holds a special place in the hearts of many. From the 1946 film by Frank Capra, First Presbyterian Theater presents It’s a Wonderful Life…

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The Servant of Two Masters at First Presbyterian Church Theater

This October 11-27, you can see The Servant of Two Masters at First Presbyterian Church Theater, located downtown at 300 W. Wayne St. This performance, adapted from Carlo Goldoni and directed by Thom Hofrichter features mistaken identity, mix-ups, mishaps and more play center stage in this…

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Edward Albee’s ‘Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ opened on Broadway on October 13, 1962. That same month the United States was battling the Soviet Union over the presence of nuclear weapons in Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The nation hardly needed more strife. Still, it welcomed the…

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Two Local Theatres Delight in March!

Two of Fort Wayne's most unique local theaters, the Arena Dinner Theatre and First Presbyterian Theatre, are delighting audiences this month with their performances: The Arena Dinner Theatre in Fort Wayne is unlike any other community theater in the area. It offers quality acting as well as a…

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