MAIN STAGE SHOWTIMES
Wednesday at 2:00 pm
Thursday at 2:00 pm
Friday at 7:30 pm
Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sunday at 2:00 pm
Some exceptions may apply.
THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES SHOWTIMES
Times vary. Please see specific show page.
Box Office 319-62AMANA (319-622-6262)
Business Office (319) 622-6034
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We’re not going to lie. We miss our Studio Stage. We miss the electric energy of being in a black box theatre where audiences are only a few feet away from the performers. So, the time has come to do something about it. We are reinventing the Studio Stage. Same Old Creamery Theatre venue you know and love in Amana… brand new experience. In 2019 with the VIP Series (Very Intimate Performance Series), we are bringing the action to you in a totally new way.
We will be constructing an ADA Compliant accessibility ramp that will usher you from the lobby through our normal seating area and onto a new seating section on the stage itself. Simply put, you’ll be sitting on stage. Don’t worry, the performers won’t make you be in the play, but you’ll feel like you are more a part of the action than ever before.
So, as you explore what our 2019 Season has to offer we hope you will consider joining us for either (or both!) of the two shows presented in this brand new format: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and Apples in Winter. Tickets are very limited, so act soon and come experience what will truly be a Very Intimate Performance.
March 28 – April 14
Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro; Music by Jimmy Roberts; Orchestrations by Doug Katsaros.
From awkward first dates and first loves, through marriage and parenting, all the way to pick-up lines of the geriatric set, this newly updated musical comedy pays tribute to love in all its messy glory. Swipe right on this fresh, off-beat look at what it takes to play the game of love in 2019. Rated R.
July 18 – July 28
By Jennifer Fawcett
Twenty-two years ago, Miriam’s son, Robert, committed a horrible crime. As is tradition, Robert is granted a last meal. His request: a slice of his mother’s apple pie. Now Miriam has arrived at the prison to bake it for him. Marquetta Senters stars in this beautifully written, riveting play about being a mother, being human, and how to make a really good apple pie. Rated R.