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Cinema Center: Why We Love it and You Should Too

One of the best parts of living in Downtown Fort Wayne is having so much great art and culture right outside your door. This includes the Cinema Center on Clay and Barry Streets. Walking in feels like you're back to the movie houses we grew up with. The Cinema Center embraces you, welcomes…

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What to do in Downtown Fort Wayne

As someone who lives and works in Downtown Fort Wayne, I’m in love with the city! When I moved here from the Chicago area, I purposely chose the downtown area because of all of the great things to do here. Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Downtown Fort Wayne. Cinema Center…

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Four Great Shows in IPFW's 2013-2014 Theater Season

Get ready for a great new season of theater at IPFW. In 2013 and 2014, IPFW student actors and community members will perform four diverse shows with something for the entire family. If you act before July 1, you can buy a discounted season subscription with four tickets that can be used for…

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No Excuses - See Alice in Chains at the Embassy Theatre

I think each one of us has a genre of music we consider formative – that music, those artists, that spoke to us at a time we needed to be spoken to. Whether we were disaffected youth, hopelessly in love with the wrong girl, or just not sure where we wanted our lives to go, someone had already…

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To Kill a Mockingbird Staged in Fort Wayne This April

No one would say Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird is a kids’ story. And yet the lead actor in this Academy award-winning tale is a child, a young girl named Scout. Frankly, I never understood Lee’s choice of placing children in this dramatization of a violent crime. Obviously, her treatment…

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Matchbox Twenty Live in Fort Wayne (and you can win tickets!)

As I started to write this post, I realized something – I’m really bad at identifying music by year. You want artists or song titles or album titles? No problem. But I’m almost always off on the release date. I can usually give you a range of a year or two (the newer the music, the narrower…

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The Snow Queen

“Assuredly, I say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 18:3). These words are said by a character at the end of Hans Christian Andersen’s winter fairy tale, The Snow Queen. The Snow Queen is being performed…

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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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"The Adventures of Huck Finn"

Come and celebrate the 78 th season at the Fort Wayne Youtheatre as they put on “The Adventures of Huck Finn.” The American tale by Mark Twain, come and watch this great novel come to life! Opening night starts off with a pre-show “Picnic on the River” beginning at 6pm with the show following…

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