The mission of the Jewish Theatre of Bloomington is to produce works that are written from a Jewish perspective but that also focus on universal issues of the human condition and are accessible to a diverse audience.
Founded in 2006, the mission of Cardinal Stage Company is to advance professional theatre in Bloomington. We aim to cultivate a lifelong passion for the stage by offering diverse, high quality productions in tandem with outreach and educational initiatives that contribute to the cultural and economic vibrancy of South-Central Indiana.
Theatre of the People (TOP) is a non-profit community arts organization founded in May 2008 to showcase modern art for community's sake.
TOP also facilitates educational opportunities that address under-served youth and adults to help improve life outcomes and to further strengthen the civic engagement and cultural prosperity of Bloomington and beyond.
TOP's open doors are always welcome any and all willing Bloomington residents, Indiana University and Ivy Tech students, and other Hoosiers from all walks of life to participate in the creation of community art to improve life outcomes for all.
Burnin Daylight Productions is a fledgling, not-for-profit acting troupe. No strangers to the stage, these alumni of the Masqued Crafters decided to capitalize on their existing camaraderie and strike out on their own. This ensemble brings youth, energy and an obvious love for the boards to every aspect of a theatrical production. The mission of Burnin Daylight Productions is to provide its members with opportunities to design, direct, and act in existing or original plays.
Puck Players performs in the Monroe Co. Public Library and tours int southcentral Indiana. Performances are by master puppeteer for children
The Puck Players mission is to involve the children in an interactive theatre experience . The puppets talk directly to the children and ask them questions. Our shows are focused on promoting understanding and caring among all creatures.