Our 2014-2015 Season

Deathtrap
September 5 - October 5, 2014

From the Heart
November 21 - December 21, 2014

Other Desert Cities
February 13 - March 15, 2015

Don't Dress for Dinner
April 24 - May 24, 2015
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News & Events

Opening this Friday: Don't Dress for Dinner

Citadel Theatre is getting ready for the final production of the 2014-2015 season, Marc Camoletti’s Don’t Dress for Dinner. The play, originally written in French, was translated to English by adapter Robin Hawdon. Directed by Robert D Estrin (CabaretOther People’s Money, Lend Me a Tenor at Citadel), Don’t Dress for Dinner is a comedy centered on a disaffected husband, Bernard (played by Doug Schuetz), and his plans for a romantic getaway – without his wife (played by Elizabeth Rude)!

Registration open for Citadel summer camps

Registration is open for Citadel summer camps of the Academy @ Citadel Theatre. Students this summer will learn and perform either The Little Mermaid, Jr or Hairspray, Jr in one of two musical theatre performance camps. Camp tuition is $899 but is discounted to $849 through May 1st. For that tuition students will receive nearly 100 hours of theatrical training from degreed acting professionals. This engaging program will challenge students as it entertains, asking them to overcome their performance anxiety, work together as part of an ensemble, and have fun creating a memorable performance.

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Shakespeare Returns to Lake County

Citadel Theatre to produce outdoor series of Bard’s As You Like It

Citadel will bring back, for a second summer, its outdoor Shakespeare festival production. This summer the play shall be Shakespeare’s As You Like It and will be performed for the public at outdoor venues across Lake County starting July 23 at the Brushwood Center in Ryerson Woods.