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Summer Means Amazing Theatre

This week the banner was hung across the front of the grand ol’ Murphy Auditorium announcing to all who pass that another season of amazing theatre is near. The University of Southern Indiana’s New Harmony Theatre brings professional, equity actors together with brilliant direction and fascinating stories to create priceless entertainment in our humble, walkable village.

First to take the stage this year is On Golden Pond.  Next up on the schedule is the musical The Full Monty which will be presented at USI’s Performance Center. Finally, the season with John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar, a play that opened on Broadway in January of 2014 so this is one of the first opportunities to see this production outside of New York.

The season kicks off in New Harmony on June 19t and will wrap up here August 2nd. The ticket prices for productions of this quality are true bargains. You can afford to take the whole family or a group from work. Buy tickets online to get best seats — but keep in mind there is no bad seat in Murphy Auditorium.

Bookend your time at the Theater with dining and shopping in New Harmony. Plan a fantastic day trip or weekend getaway at www.VisitNewHarmony.com.

2016 Christmas in New Harmony

About Jim Spann

I'm a harmonist in training, learning to live in the now and cherish my surroundings. Moved to New Harmony with my wife Stephanie, son Nathan, and daughter Lydia to start a new chapter in our family and launch the New Harmony Soap Company.

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2 comments

  1. Will Phil Hagemann be appearing for event this summer?

    • Hi Ann! I’ve been told Mr. Hagemann is not in the shows for the 2015 season. Follow the Theatre on Facebook at NewHarmonyTheatre for updates and photos through the season.