From music to theater, arts and entertainment opportunities abound in greater South Bend during October and November.
Greater South Bend Discover interesting events, exhibits, performances to see and do On stage at Notre Dame The defending NCAA champion University of Notre Dame Women’s Basketball team is not the only source of excitement on campus these days. Notre Dame’s DeBartolo Performing Arts Center is stepping up its game as well with a busy […]
Northwest Indiana Discover interesting events, exhibits, performances to see and do International Film Festival Valparaiso University’s annual International Film Festival continues this quarter with two films followed by group discussion with foreign language professors. Each is free and open to the public. The 2017 French film “Jeannette, the Childhood of Joan of Arc,” will be […]
An update on art and entertainment options across the Region Greater South Bend Morris Performing Arts Center is back Usually, it’s the performers on stage who are supposed to bring the house down. However, South Bend’s Morris Performing Arts Center made the news for the wrong reasons in September when a 2.5-foot piece of plaster […]
An update on art and entertainment options across the Region Northwest Indiana Urban ruins “Haunts,” the second exhibit in the two-part “Urban Ruins” series organized by South Shore Arts, runs Feb. 8 through April 21, at the Center for Visual and Performing Arts in Munster with an artist reception from 1-3 p.m. March 3. The […]
Jam sessions at the playhouse Owners Stephen and Mary Merriman don’t worry about the rhythm section at the Tuesday night open jam session at their venue, Merrimans’ Playhouse, 1211 Mishawaka Ave., South Bend. Stephen plays the drums and Mary plays the bass, so they can fill in as needed, and they often do. Other nights, […]
An update on art and entertainment options across the Region A night of Russian music Superstar cellist Richard Hirschl from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra performs three pieces with the Northwest Indiana Symphony on Oct. 26, on the stage of the Auditorium at Living Hope Church, Merrillville. The cello takes the place of the human voice […]