Fort Wayne Youtheatre presents...

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

Daily from October 9, 2015 until October 11, 2015

September 26, 2015

Daily from December 11, 2015 until December 13, 2015

Daily from December 18, 2015 until December 20, 2015

Daily from February 5, 2016 until February 8, 2016

Daily from May 14, 2016 until May 15, 2016

October 17, 2015

Phone: 260.422.6900

Email: info@fortwayneyoutheatre.org

Link: http://www.fortwayneyoutheatre.org

Event Description

August 24, 2015 Updated Sep 16, 2015 at 10:59 AM EDT

An Evening with Melissa Long - Benefiting Fort Wayne Youtheatre
Fort Wayne Museum of Art
September 26th 7pm--ONE NIGHT ONLY
Melissa Long, In Conversation
Benefiting Fort Wayne Youtheatre – Celebrating more than 80 years of serving the area’s youth!
An evening of conversation with local news celebrity, Melissa Long. Enjoy stories about her days in LA, 30 years in local broadcasting, growing up in Fort Wayne and her star turns in community theatre. Audience members will get an opportunity to ask questions and have their picture taken with award winning, Elmhurst High School alum, Melissa Long!
The fundraiser features a light supper, wine, and beer.
Order tickets now: 422-4226 or tickets.artstix.org

"Lord of the Flies"
Arts United Center
Directed by John O’Connell, Dean, IPFW College of Visual & performing Arts.
Parent Advisory- PG 13 Strong content
A group of British boys stuck on an uninhabited island try to govern themselves with disastrous results. This adaptation of the classic novel by William Golding speaks of human nature and individual welfare versus the common good.
In partnership with the Center for Non Violence
October 9@ 7 PM, (Pre Show Dinner in the Gallery @ 6pm)
October 10@ 7 PM
October 11 @2 PM
October 12 @9:30 AM (Special School Shows)
Tickets: 422-4226 or tickets.artstix.org

"Fright Night Mystery: A Unique Youtheatre Fundraiser"
Wunderkammer Co.
Saturday, October 17 at 4pm
The Fort Wayne Youtheatre is thrilled to present a new, interactive fundraiser where YOU choose the ending! The show, designed as three acts, will require the audience to solve the mystery of the evening.. Which ghost is responsible for the death of their fellow phantom, Amy? Featuring spooky spirits, wacky witches, and one unknown detective, this suspenseful mystery is full of tricks.. and treats!

As a part of this performance, select audience members may be encouraged to participate throughout the show.
Light refreshments and other goodies are included with your admission. Audience members are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes, if they desire. Free ticket giveaways will be incorporated into the performance, as a part of our StoryBook Theatre performance excerpts.
$10/Adult & $5/Youth
*Recommended rating of Y7
FOR TICKETS: Call 260-422-4226 or visit tickets.artstix.org
Generously sponsored by Wendy's, Dunkin' Donuts, Bravas, and Costco

"Holidaze; A Survival Guide for the Season"
First Presbyterian Theatre, Downtown Fort Wayne
This musical revue takes us through the pageantry, the shopping, the family gatherings, and all the SEASONAL MADNESS! Sing along and laugh with us as we journey through the fun and frustration of the ho-ho-holidays!
Auditions: Adults & Children
November 3 & 4 | 4pm-6pm
Arts United Center

Performance Location: First Presbyterian Theatre
December 11: 7pm
December 12 & 13: 2pm
December 18: 7pm
December 19 & 20: 2pm
For tickets: 422-4226 or tickets.artstix.org

"Ruby Bridges"
Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab in the Auer Center for Arts & Culture
In 1960, six year old Ruby Bridges became a face of the nation’s school integration system. Made famous by the painting by Norman Rockwell, Ruby became a young hero of consciousness. This original premiere is the third in Youtheatre’s trilogy about children who’ve fought to make a difference.
Auditions: January 5 & 6 | 4pm-6pm | Arts United Center
Performance Location: Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab in the Auer Center
February 5: 7pm (6pm Pre-Show Party in Artlink)
February 6 & 7: 2pm
February 8: 9:30am & 11:30am (Special School Shows)
In partnership with the African, African-American Historical Museum
Tickets: 422-4226 or tickets.artstix.org

"Alice in Wonderland"
Arts United Center
Down she goes into the rabbit hole! The favorite tale by Lewis Carroll comes alive on stage with all of the charm, wit, and comedic characters! Long considered to be one of the best examples of the literary nonsense genre!

Audition Workshop: Both FTF Shows
April 12 & 13 | 4-7pm
Arts United Center

Performance Location: Arts United Center
May 13: 9:30 & 11:30am (Special School Shows)
May 13: 7pm (Pre Show Party upstairs in the Ian Rolland Gallery of Arts United)
May 14: 10am — Part of the 3rd Annual Fairy Tale Fest
Tickets: 422-4226 or tickets.artstix.org

"The Magnificent Plan"
Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab in the Auer Center for Arts & Culture
An original adaptation by local playwright, Nancy Carlson Dodd. Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? A hilarious, refashioned version of “The Three Little Pigs.”
*Part of the 3rd Annual Fairy Tale Fest*

Audition Workshop: Both FTF Shows
April 12 & 13 | 4-7pm
Arts United Center

Performances: Parkview Physicians Group ArtsLab in the Auer Center
May 14: 2pm — Part of the 3rd Annual Fairy Tale Fest
May 15: 2pm
tickets: 422-4226 or tickets.artstix.org

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