Travis Smith and Benjamin L. Jackson are co-creators of Steeple People: A Southern Gospel Comedy! The Old Creamery Theatre's first Main Stage show of 2016 is Steeple People! We interviewed Travis and Benjamin about creating the show together.
Our actors move from around the country to the Old Creamery Theatre, located in Amana Iowa, to rehearse and produce our shows! Sometimes they are here for only 6 weeks, sometimes they are here all year! Check out this blog post about what about Iowa surprised our actors the most!
We asked some of our actors what the best advice someone has given them about acting? Check out this blog post to read their answers and learn about the best advice they've been given!
We asked some of our actors what the worst advice someone has given them about acting? Check out this blog post to read their answers!
We asked some of the Old Creamery Theatre actors how they knew they wanted to make a career out of acting! Read this blog post for their answers!
We asked some of our actors what their favorite aspect of working at the Old Creamery Theatre is and why they love working here! Check out this blog post for their responses!
The truth is, the Church Basement Ladies series has always been about life. And in life, all good things must come to an end. We at the Old Creamery have lived with these ladies and their pastor for 5 years now and they’ve become like family.
The P.T. Barnum depicted in this show is a dreamer: a man who sees the world around him as a canvas for color and excitement. He wants to spread joy through imagination and wonder, even if that requires a little misdirection, a little stretching of the truth, or a little “humbug” along the way.
We decided to compile some of our favorite quote about theatre and share them with you! We hope you enjoy reading some of our favs!
The Old Creamery Theatre is proud to sponsor The International String Trio with the Cedar Rapids Community Concert Association on Monday, November 16 at 7:30pm at the Paramount Theatre in Cedar Rapids.
Read Old Creamery Theatre's Artistic Director, Sean McCall's, thoughts about Waiting for the Parade and why he decided to ad it to our 2015 Studio Stage season!
Every director out there probably has his/her own list of the do’s and don’ts of auditioning, and while everyone might not agree on every point, these are the Old Creamery's Artistic Director, Sean McCall's, top 10 things that he feels are the most important when you want to land a theatre job!
The show takes place on a small island in the Pacific in what those of us blessed with the gift of hindsight know to be just a few months before the end of WWII. Max, Larry, Patrick and Peggy don’t know that though. They only know that whatever they can possibly do to raise moral and entertain a group of incredibly brave and dedicated service men and women is what they will do at any cost – even if it means sacrificing a little dignity in the line of duty.
Why Are Tickets So Expensive? That’s a question our box office hears from time to time so here’s some insight that may help provide an answer.
Thank goodness Churchill will return to the Old Creamery Theatre’s Studio Stage October 1-4, 2015 so more of our wonderful patrons can enjoy this incredible show! Make sure you reserve your tickets early— they are sure to sell fast!