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"Where the Wild Things Are" inspires South Shore Arts exhibit

Out & about in Northwest Indiana

From “White Christmas” to “Red Hot Lovers,” theatergoers have plenty of opportunities to get out and about in Northwest Indiana.

“The Smell of the Kill”

Out & about in Northwest Indiana

‘The Smell of the Kill’ The Towle Theater in Hammond presents Michele Lowe’s dark comedy, “The Smell of the Kill,” Sept. 6 through 22. Take three delicious, malicious wives — add three miserable, unloving husbands — and chill. The play focuses on Nicky, Debra and Molly, who have tolerated one another during monthly dinners for …

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Alastair Willis directs South Bend Symphony Orchestra

Out & about in greater South Bend

Performing Arts Series Every summer, the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County offers its Performing Arts Series at the Chris Wilson Pavilion adjacent to the Potawatomi Park Zoo in South Bend. It features a variety of arts organizations in free performances. On Aug. 17, the South Bend Chamber Singers revisit old music by the Shakers …

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Dunes Summer Theatre announces summer theater lineup

Out & about in Northwest Indiana

Symphony’s free summer concerts The 13th annual South Shore Summer Music Festival will feature free concerts by the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra during July and August in six communities across the Region. The series opens July 20 at the Town Complex Grounds in Cedar Lake. On July 27, the symphony heads to Crown Point for …

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