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Hamilton County, Indiana's theater scene is taking center stage like never before at The Center for the Performing Arts, which includes two remarkable spaces, the Tarkington and the Studio Theatre, whose state-of-the-art designs and impressive versatility promise to make Hamilton County an important destination for great theater for years to come.
Plus, Hamilton County has an array of community theatre's to help entertain during your getaway.
Founded by three New York performers, Actors Theatre of Indiana is Hamilton County's only professional theatre company and Carmel's resident professional theatre company presenting musical theatre at
Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre represents a unique blend of vocational actors, technicians and professional staff, and offers a wide variety of educational and community outreach programs.
Carmel Community Players provides quality, live, dramatic and musical entertainment presentation that expand and develop creative, cultural and educational opportunities for the entire community.
Main Street Productions of Westfield is a community theater presenting a variety of six shows between February and December.
Over forty-five years of quality entertainment in an intimate community theatre. The Belfry produces family-oriented comedies, dramas and musicals year round. Reservations are required and may be made
The Carmel Repertory Theatre is a non-profit community arts collective that encourages self-expression through theater, music and dance. The theatre facilitates classes, lectures, performances and
The Studio Theater is a flexible theatrical space intended to nurture local and national artists. In addition to the Center’s resident companies and their productions, the Center will present national
Rising high on the Carmel skyline with its domed European style design, the Palladium has captured the attention of residents and visitors alike. The four-fronted, symmetrical design with its
The Tarkington, a 500-seat theater at The Center for the Performing Arts and home to the Civic Theatre, will open in August 2011. This unique performance facility provides a proscenium theater at The
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37 E. Main Street
Carmel, IN 46032