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Lake City Bank brings half priced tickets to college students

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Half Priced College Student Tickets

The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres, with the generous support of Lake City Bank, is making it easier for college students to enjoy professional musical theatre by providing half priced tickets again in 2011 to anyone with a valid college student identification card.

The Old Rugged Cross, Hello, Dolly!, Ring of Fire, Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming, The Odd Couple, Plain and Fancy, 'Tis the Season: A Holiday Spectacular and A Christmas Carol will make up the nine-month rotating repertory season.

This program affords students the opportunity to experience professional productions of classical Broadway musicals at the regional theatre level. Because the Nappanee theatre is located in close proximity to many of northern Indiana’s colleges and universities, including the University of Notre Dame, Indiana University/South Bend, Bethel College, Goshen College, Grace College, Ancilla, St. Francis, IUPUI/Ft. Wayne, Tri-State University, IVY Tech, Vincennes, Holy Cross Junior College, and St. Mary’s College, many students are able to take advantage of this offer, often fulfilling arts credits by their attendance. Attendees, however, come from hundreds of colleges and universities across the United States.

A show ticket price for those eighteen years and older is $27.95. Through this unique initiative, students will find extraordinary value for their $13.95 portion. Seats can be reserved in advance for the entire season or show by show - performance by performance - by calling the box office at 800-800-4942 ext. 2 or going online.


Free Children's Saturday Matinees
This program gives children (6 to 14) the opportunity to see Plain and Fancy, now in its 25th season, for free with one paid adult admission at regular price on Saturday Matinees. Blackout Dates Apply.


Lake City Bank
Lake City Bank was founded in Warsaw, Indiana in 1872 and has grown into one of the region’s largest locally-based financial institutions. According to Michael L. Kubacki, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, “Lake City Bank contributes thousands of dollars to support education, humanitarian efforts, the arts, community events, and economic growth and development. The contributions are an important part of Lake City Bank's Corporate Vision Statement goal of "...community involvement that builds values and prosperity for shareholders, customers, employees, and our communities." This association with The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres adds another dimension to achieving this goal.” Additional information about Lake City Bank can be found at www.lakecitybank.com.


Who is Lake City Bank?

Lake City Bank, P.O. Box 1387, 202 E. Center St., Warsaw, IN 46581-1387
(888) 522-2265 (574) 267-6144 Equal Housing Lender, Member FDIC.