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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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5 Theatre Productions to See This Season in Fort Wayne

The Fort Wayne arts community is flourishing! What could be a better way to enjoy anevening than live entertainment? Ranging from student productions to traveling Broadway shows and historic plays to modern musicals, Fort Wayne has it all. Here are 5 can't miss shows you will want to catch before they are gone…

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Art Galleries in Fort Wayne

If you were to describe Fort Wayne to an outsider, the description ‘artist's town' wouldn't immediately come to mind. We've been called the city of churches and the city of trees, but the city of art galleries? That hasn't happened - not yet anyway. But when you start counting them up, theFort Wayne Museum of Art, Artlink, Orchard Gallery, the galleries at The University of St. Francis, Jennifer Ford Art, and scores more, you start to wonder if we should frame ourselves with the moniker ‘The City of Galleries'. An entire book could be devoted to all the choices offered around town, but I had to draw the line somewhere, so here are a few of my favorites…

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The Former Place for Books, Brookside Mansion

During my college years, as a University of Saint Francis student, the Brookside Mansion was my hiding spot. As the library, it was a hot-spot for studious students. Then called the Bass Mansion, it was my favorite place to study for courses and dream about history. Like most great things, it has…

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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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Jars of Clay to play at USF this April 18

Fans of the Christian band Jars of Clay will be delighted to know that the popular group is coming to the University of St. Francis April 18, 2012, as part of its national spring tour. The band members – Matt Odmark, Charlie Lowell, Stephen Mason and Dan Haseltine – all write and record…

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