Hamilton County Community Band:
Performing Arts in Our Community:
Many of our members at FPC participate in and support local performing arts groups. Check out the links below for information and schedules.
Our own Syd Loomis will be performing in a comedy called “Critic’s Choice” at Center Stage Theatre in Lebanon. A New York theatre critic lives with his second wife and son from his first marriage to a glamorous New York actress. The new wife decides to write a play, there-in rises the dilemma. Does he go to the opening and write an honest critique, jeopardizing his marriage, or not attend the play, jeopardizing his job? Throw in the glamorous ex who wants him back, the producer who may or may not be making a play for his wife, and the sarcastic son who he pays to come up with one line zingers to use in his critiques, the Mother-in-law with her sage advice and you have a comedy which the New York Times called “fresh and funny”. Center Stage is a small and intimate venue seating only 50 patrons. Plan to reserve your tickets well in advance by calling 765-894-5587 or go to centerstagecommunitytheatre.com. Production dates are March 10,11,17,18,24,25 at 7:30 PM and March 12,19 and 26 at 2:30 PM. Ticket prices are $13 for students and seniors (60 and over) or $15 for adults.
Indianapolis Symphonic Choir:
The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir is dedicated to excellence in the performance of choral music, to creating and performing new choral masterworks, and to community outreach and education.
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (ISO):
The mission of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is to inspire, entertain, educate and challenge through innovative programs and symphonic music performed at the highest artistic level.
Nickle Plate Arts:
Art can shape communities to make them stronger and more vibrant. Nickel Plate Arts supports, promotes and provides outstanding arts experiences along the 30-mile historic Nickel Plate Railroad in Fishers, Noblesville, Cicero, Arcadia, Atlanta and Tipton.
The Belfry Theater:
The Belfry Theater is a friendly, welcoming place where those who wish to express their acting or other creative skills meet those who enjoy and appreciate quality productions of comedies, musicals, and dramas.
The Center for the Performing Arts:
Starting with grand opening of the Palladium in January 2011, the Center for the Performing Arts is an inviting gathering place for the community, along with the Center’s Studio Theater and the Tarkington. Combined, the three venues are a place for community engagement and for people to celebrate great art together.