Posts Tagged: James Dean Memorial Theatre

Antigone

Presented by Marion Civic Theatre, Sophocles’ play is a Greek tragedy written in 441 B. C.  Antigone picks up as Oedipus has just passed away in Colonus. Antigone and her sister decide to return to Thebes with the intention of helping their brothers, Eteocles and Polyneices, avoid a prophecy that predicts they will kill each other in a battle for the throne of Thebes. But upon her arrival in Thebes, Antigone learns that both of her brothers are dead. Eteocles has been given a proper burial, but Creon, Antigone’s uncle who has inherited the throne, has issued a royal edict… Read more »

Antigone

Presented by Marion Civic Theatre, Sophocles’ play is a Greek tragedy written in 441 B. C.  Antigone picks up as Oedipus has just passed away in Colonus. Antigone and her sister decide to return to Thebes with the intention of helping their brothers, Eteocles and Polyneices, avoid a prophecy that predicts they will kill each other in a battle for the throne of Thebes. But upon her arrival in Thebes, Antigone learns that both of her brothers are dead. Eteocles has been given a proper burial, but Creon, Antigone’s uncle who has inherited the throne, has issued a royal edict… Read more »

Funny Little Thing Called Love

Presented by Marion Civic Theatre, these four rollicking tales take you on an around-the-globe journey of unexpected and hilarious twists and turns in romantic mayhem. Will love conquer all?  $10.  Tickets online. Doors open 45 minutes prior to show with general admission seating. Directed by Tabetha Nice. This Studio Series show may not be suitable for all audiences.

Lend Me A Tenor

Presented by Marion Civic Theatre, this madcap, screwball comedy is guaranteed to leave audiences teary-eyed with laughter! Taking place in September 1934, the general manager of the Cleveland Grant Opera Company is primed to welcome the world famous Il Stupendo, the greatest tenor of his generation. Through a series of mishaps, a double dose of tranquilizers is given to the star, and chaos ensues. $10.  Tickets online. Doors open 45 minutes prior to show with general admission seating. Directed by Jordan Kenyon. This Studio Series show may not be suitable for all audiences.

Marion Civic Theatre

Marion Civic Theatre has been an important part of the Marion arts community for decades. The commitment of hundreds of faithful patrons, volunteers, and board members has sustained MCT through the years. Today, MCT is a vital and growing organization thanks to the support of businesses and individuals who believe in the value of the arts. Box office hours M-F 11:30am-3:30pm.

Marion Civic Theatre Presents

Join us for an evening of theatre with the Marion Civic Theatre’s Young Actors With A Cause and their production of ‘A Midsummers Night Dream.’ The show features a cast of more than 20 Grant County elementary school students bringing to life the story of a handsome fairy king, star-crossed lovers, wood sprites and elves. Tickets $8.  Showtimes Friday 7:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 2pm and 7:30pm.

Marion Civic Theatre Presents

Join us for an evening of fun with the Marion Civic Theatre’s Young Actors With A Cause and their production of ‘Crimes and Rhymes.’ The show features a cast of more than 20 Grant County elementary school students bringing to life the story of the kidnapping of Mother Goose. Tickets $8.  Showtimes Friday 7:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 2pm and 7:30pm.

Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead

Presented by Marion Civic Theatre, this play concerns the misadventures and musings of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two minor characters from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet who are childhood friends of the prince, focusing on their actions with the events of Hamlet as background. The duo appears on stage here when they are off-stage in Shakespeare’s play, with the exception of a few short scenes in which the dramatic events of both plays coincide. After the two characters witness a performance of The Murder of Gonzago—they find themselves on a boat taking Prince Hamlet to England with the troupe that staged the performance…. Read more »