James Tarrant, grew up in Brooklyn, New York and went to school in Washington D.C. He is packing up his bags this March and moving to the Amana Colonies to perform at the Old Creamery Theatre!
The Old Creamery Theatre is proud to offer a wonderful source of entertainment in the Amana Colonies. If you’re looking for fun, head on over to the Old Creamery Theatre!
Our Interview with Jenny Nutting Kelchen about what it was like Costume Design A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol?
Hannah Spina plays Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells Batman Smells at the Old Creamery Theatre!
Marquetta Senters and Nina Swanson both worked at the Old Creamery back when it first began. They have never been on stage together .... until now!
There’s Always Something MAGICIAL at the Old Creamery Theatre. Magician and comedian Ben Ulin is heading to the Old Creamery Theatre for one show only on Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 2:00 pm.
The Old Creamery Theatre's Director of Education, Jackie McCall, returns to her alma mater, Augustana College, to direct a show!
Meet Vivian Snustad played by Kay Francis in A Mighty Fortress is Our Basement on the Old Creamery Theatre's Main Stage Oct. 9 - Nov. 9, 2014!
Meet Karin Engelson, a wonderful Church Basement Lady, played by Carrie SaLoutos! See her in A Mighty Fortress is Our Basement on the Old Creamery's Main Stage Oct. 9 - Nov. 9, 2014.
Nikki Savitt plays Mavis Gilmerson, a lovable Church Basement Lady during October and November 2014 at the Old Creamery Theatre in Amana.
Meet Beverly Signe, a lovable Church Basement Lady! Beverly Signe is played by Katie Colletta of Rockton, Illinois in A Mighty Fortress is Our Basement at the Old Creamery Theatre in 2014.
The theatre is thrilled to announce that Tuna Does Vegas broke the previous attendance record for the current Studio Theatre space, which was formerly held by the 2013 production of Lombardi.
The Old Creamery Theatre is lucky to be in Amana where there is so many fun things to do! Year round, there are great things to do Amana.
The Old Creamery Loves Iowa City Theatre. The Old Creamery is so close to Iowa City, just a 20 to 30 minute drive away! Amana is a hub of history and creativity, our culture going way back to the 1700s! We have lots of artists here, with lots of art galleries and studios.
We here at the Old Creamery Theatre thought it might be a good idea to explain our STUDENT RUSH TICKETS to all you students out there because it’s awesome — really, really awesome.