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ALTAMONT

Altamont Living Museum
102 S. Main
Now used as a theatre for live performances of music and drama or for exhibiting fine arts, this 1912 church gives you a taste of old-time religion with its luminous stained-glass windows, curved oak pews and great acoustics.
618-483-1111


BLOOMINGTON/NORMAL

Community Concert Band
PO Box 5081
The Community Concert Band performs at several venues throughout Bloomington/Normal.
309-663-4882
www.bn-communityband.org

Community Players Theatre
201 Robinhood Ln.
The Community Players Theatre is committed to bringing good quality theatre at an affordable price. Call for current performances, times and tickets.
309-663-2121
www.communityplayers.org

Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts
110 East Mulberry Street
Built in 1922 to house the original American Passion Play, the landmark former Scottish Rite Temple is the centerpiece of downtown Bloomington’s new Cultural District. The Performing Arts Center, with a 1200 seat theatre and 1000 person ballroom.
309-434-2787
www.artsblooming.org

Illinois Shakespeare Festival
Ewing Manor, 48 Sunset Rd.
Bloomington-Normal's nationally renowned Illinois Shakespeare Festival. Extra measures have been taken to enhance the comfort of the patrons and the performers.
309-438-2535
www.thefestival.org

Illinois Symphony Orchestra
904 S. Eldorado Rd.
Illinois Symphony Orchestra consists of musicians from Central Illinois performing - classical concerts and three pops performances each year.
309-661-2662
www.ilsymphony.org

McLean County Arts Center
601 North east Street
Rotating exhibits form national and local artisits. Severl Performance Exhibits Annually. Classes & Gift Shop.
309-829-0011

McLean County Dance Center
510 E. Washington
The McLean County Dance Center offers classes in a variety of dance styles. Three performance companies are affiliated with the dance center.
309-829-7070
www.mcleancountydance.org

Miller Park Outdoor Summer Theater
Miller Park, 1020 S. Morris Ave.
Two theater productions are performed in the outdoor theater in Miller Park by the Bloomington-Normal Area Theatrical Community.
309-434-2260

Normal Theater
209 North St.
Completely restored to its original condition when it opened in 1937. It was the first theater in Bloomington-Normal specifically designed for sound films. Today it shows classic movies, art films and also hosts live theatre and music.
309-454-9720 or 309-454-9722

Twin City Ballet
510 E. Washington St., Ste 320
Twin Cities Ballet is a civic ballet company and school of dance which attracts guest dancers throughout the year. The Nutcracker is a local tradition each December.
309-829-9333

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CHAMPAIGN

Parkland College Theatre
2400 W. Bradley Ave.
A flexible proscenium theatre with 315 seats, and is the performance home for many Parkland theatrical, choral, and instrumental groups.
217-351-2528
www.parkland.edu/theatre

The Virginia Theatre
203 W. Park Avenue
Offers wide variety of theatrical, gospel, and vaudeville entertainment through-out the year.
217-356-9063
www.thevirginia.org


CHARLESTON

Charleston Alley Theater
718 Monroe Ave.
Located in the historic courthouse square. A local theater at its best. In an intimate setting, offering a wonderful mix of old and new drama.
217-345-6070
www.charlestonalleytheatre.com

Dvorak Concert Hall
South 7th St.
This hall offers a wide variety of recitals and concerts year 'round and is home to the renowned Eastern Illinois University Symphony Orchestra.
217-581-3010
www.eiu.edu/~music

Village Theatre
960 18th Street
The Village Theatre with its 183 seats in the round is the site of many theatrical performances.
217-581-3110


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DECATUR

Kirkland Fine Arts Center
1184 West Main St.
The Kirkland Performing Arts Series offers a unique blend of family entertainment, world class performances and exclusive downstate Illinois appearances.
217-424-6318

Lincoln Square Theatre
141 N Main St.
The Lincoln Square Theatre was built in 1915, opening in 1916 with George M. Cohan’s “Hit the Trail Holiday.” Designed principally to present touring theatre and vaudeville productions, the original structure featured seating for 1355 patrons.
217-422-1711
www.lincolnsquaretheatre.com




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NORMAL

Braden Auditorium
ISU Campus Box 2640
Braden Auditorium has 3477 seats. This acoustically perfect performing arts center has played host to such shows as: Sheryl Crow, Phil Collins, A Chorus Line, Chris Rock, CATS, B-52’s, and Bush & Children's Shows. Call for current performances.
309-438-2222
www.bsc.ilstu.edu

Heartland Theatre
1100 N. Beech St.
Six plays are presented each season, from great classics to thought-provoking dramas, emphasizing character. Call for an updated schedule of performances.
309-452-8709
www.heartlandtheatre.org

ISU Music Department
Centennial East Building-Campus Box 5660
Illinois State University Music Department has world-renowned faculty and guest artists performing works by the great composers of yesterday and today.
309-438-3838
www.music.ilstu.edu


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PARIS

Paris Theatre
119 N. Central Ave.
Watch today's most popular films for just a few dollars in this favorite small-town duplex theatre.
217-465-4511


PETERSBURG

The Theatre in the Park
Rt. 97
Located within Lincoln's New Salem State Historic site. New 500 seat outdoor theatre with auditorium-style seats.
217-632-4000
www.theatreinthepark.net

New Salem Country Opry
Rt. 97 South
Known as a family country music show offering entertainment for the whole family. Featuring country music shows on Saturday nights at 8:00p.m.
217-632-2630
www.springfield-illinois.com/opry


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RANTOUL

Rantoul Theatre Group
914 Arends Blvd.
Located on the former Chanute Air Base. Permanent seating for 190 with shows throughout the year.
217-892-1121
www.rtgonline.org


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SHELBYVILLE

Boarman's Roxy Theatre
145 W. Main St.
Pays homage to the glory days with vintage looking marquee, fabrics, and curtains. Seating for 200.
217-774-7699
www.boarmansroxytheatre.com


STAUNTON

Crystal Ballroom
I-55 Exit 41
For your listening and or ballroom dancing pleasure, we are host to many international big band orchestras. 3500 square foot dance floor with a beautiful Italian chandelier constructed of 2200 crystal pieces.
618-635-3506


STREATOR

Eagle Lane Theater
Eagle Ln. & Columbus
Provides top quality, live drama and musical entertainment during its six show season. Established in 1957, this sprawling complex, devoted exclusively to theater, sits amid beautiful gardens on the southwest edge of town.
815-672-3584


SULLIVAN

The Little Theatre On The Square
12 East Harrison St
Professional theater with Broadway musicals and plays ongoing from June through August and occasionally throughout the year.
217-728-2065 or 888-261-9675
www.thelittletheatre.org


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URBANA

Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
500 S. Goodwin Ave.
A professional laboratory for the University of Illinois dance, theater, opera, and music departments. The center also hosts nationally renowned artists and is home to the Champaign-Urbana Symphony.
217-333-6280
www.krannertcenter.com

Station Theatre
223 N. Broadway Ave
The Celebration Compnay performs in the renovated 1899 Penn Central train station known as the Station Theatre. The company's season features four major and showcase productions, offering a wide variety of live theatre from musicals to classical.
217-384-4000


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