Carmel, IN 46032
About Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre
Presenting musicals and comedies using entirely local talent, Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre is known for large scale productions and professional design elements.
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Based on a 1920s Hungarian play by Ferenc Molnar, this version is set in a newly industrialized 1870s New England fishing community, beset with class differences and judgmental proper conduct.
Indianapolis Civic Theater's production of The Last Night of Ballyhoo examines anti-Semitism in the pre-WWII South.
Annual performance event Spotlight 2011 featured the best of Indy's art companies while raising money for a worthy cause, the Indiana AIDS Fund.
A topsy turvy show with twists and turns that defy explanation, this period journey into a World War II era farce offers a few solid laughs, but also a lot of confusion.
Co-founders of ShadowApe, theater artists Rob and Ryan Koharchik are involved with numerous theaters in town, like Butler University and Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre.
John Michael Goodson is striking as Salieri and Jeremy Allen Brim delightful as the sniggering, boisterous Mozart in a convincing take on 'Amadeus' by Civic.
An energetic ensemble, toe-tapping numbers and stunning design elements make for a magical 'Willy Wonka' at the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre.
Complexions stretches the body's limits with pelvis-breaking squats and a windstorm of distortions. So why do dancers have on-stage buckets to sit on?
The Moscow Festival Ballet's rendition of Swan Lake boasts impeccable technique but lacks dramatic thrust. Two performances remain at the Tarkington.
In a time of mission statements and big ideas, Civic gives us a perfectly fun farce.
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