October 25 – November 17, 2019
The reviews are in! Alabama Story is “a superb production of an illuminating play ….”
“Praise for the cast requires a lexicon of superlatives. As an ensemble, they deliver the spectrum of nuances essential for making history live; and for making life-changing events personally memorable. Attend, be moved, and stand up for Cameron Stuart Bass, Cynthia Collins, Don Farrell, Maeghan Looney, Paul Tavianini and Samuel L. Wick.”-Rita Kohn, Nuvo
Step into the deep south of the imagination … An Indiana native who becomes state librarian of Alabama finds her life and livelihood at risk when a controversial children’s book crosses her desk. The innocent tale of a white rabbit marrying a black rabbit is angering politicians in the Civil Rights era. But will Emily Reed give in to demands to have the book burned? Meet history’s forgotten hero of free speech in the Indiana premiere of a fact-inspired, highly theatrical new American play brimming with humor, heart and humanity.
Maeghan Looney as Lily Whitfield.
Directed by Jane Unger
Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame
August 17 – 25, 2019
As the bells of Notre Dame’s cathedral sound in 15th-century Paris, Quasimodo—a captive bell-ringer—escapes his captor to join the Feast of Fools, and is rejected by every reveler except one. A lushly-scored retelling of Victor Hugo’s epic story of love and acceptance, by the creators of Wicked and Beauty and the Beast with songs from the Disney movie.
Maeghan Looney joins the Notre Dame choir.
Directed by Rudy Hogenmiller