Believe: A Brown County Christmas Tradition 2017
A Holiday Medley of Music and Laughter.....2017 performers: Russell Moss, Lauren Robert, Caleb Morgan, Amy Christine Johnson, Noah Nordman, Shelbi Berry, Kathleen Casey Kersey and Larry Hanson.
Now in its 10th year in Nashville, Golden Ticket Productions present this popular holiday tradition variety show. Music includes Christmas songs, Broadway classics plus comedy including a finale with Santa Claus. Directed by Russell Moss and Brad Zumwalt.Read more…
Rich Hill's World of Magic
New Year's Eve Celebration
Celebrate New Year's Eve in Brown County, Indiana. Begin at the Brown County Playhouse at 7 pm with the showing of the classic movie “Sleepless in Seattle” with Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan, rated R. Beer, wine, and champagne will be sold in the auditorium.
After the movie, walk across the street to “Out of the Ordinary Restaurant and Hickory Sports Bar for a hot/cold appetizer buffet, cash bar and midnight toast. Dance the night away to the sounds of The” O” So Good Band” featuring Russell W. Moss & Lauren Robert.
Cost: $52.50 person, 21 and over event. This annual event sells out so get your tickets early.Read more…
Petar & Daniel Guitar Duo (& Friends!)
A faculty/student ensemble from the IU Jacobs School of Music featuring music from around the globe. Starring Daniel Duarte and Petar Jankovic.
In early 2017, these world class guitarists wowed Playhouse audiences with their variety of instruments and genres. Eclectic repertoire: from contemporary and Latin Jazz to classical and Spanish music.
Adults $13.50 | Students $6.50 | Group discounts for 15 or moreRead more…
Brown County Youth Music Showcase
Twist the Night Away
An encore performance of last year's sensational hit!
Young Love....Doo Woppin' & Good Ol' Rock n' Roll....Relive the music of the 1950's as we Rock Around the Clock with the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Patsy Cline, and Elvis just to name a few. This cast will take you back to the era of rich harmonies, classic love songs and unforgettable dances that will leave you wanting to..."Twist the Night Away"! All ages show.
The show is produced by Rhett Thomas of Silver Night Entertainment (previously appeared at the Playhouse with Jimmy & Jay Osmond and in Playhouse's Believe Christmas Show), premiered in Branson, MO. Tickets $21.50/$20.50Read more…
2nd annual Shimmy and Shake
Asleep At The Wheel
Brown County Bluegrass Bash
Join us for a pre-show party - buffet, admission and priority seating - $50 | 5:30 pm
Concert only - $15 | 7:30 pm
"Working hard in sharing bluegrass music."
The Blue Collar Bluegrass Band consists of friends that have been picking together for a few years. Each member shares the same passion for traditional bluegrass as well as "new grass" music. The band name Blue Collar Bluegrass represents the down to earth, hardworking attitudes that each member shares for life, work and music.
Mike Grimmitt - Guitar/Vocals | Mark Roembke - Guitar/Vocals | Carl Strohm - Fiddle Vocals | Jason Strohm - Banjo/Vocals | Dean Metcalf - Bass / Vocals | Bill Haggard - Mandolin / Vocals Read more…
Pam Tillis Acoustic Show
Whether it’s on the elaborate stage of the Grand Ole Opry or in an intimate setting, you will experience that feeling of delight that comes from Pam Tillis singing exactly what she is meant to sing at that moment. Pam will be performing acoustically with an all-woman trio featuring guitars and fiddles.
Pam Tillis has enjoyed many career-defining moments on stage at the Grand Ole Opry. The daughter of singer and songwriting legend Mel Tillis, she made her Opry debut on the Ryman Auditorium stage at age 8, singing “Tom Dooley” with her dad.
Pam’s Top Ten country hits include: "Don't Tell Me What To Do," "One of Those Things," "Maybe It Was Memphis," "Shake the Sugar Tree" and "Let That Pony Run"