South Bend and the Performing Arts.

by Nick Molnar on April 11, 2006

South Bend offers performances on the IUSB and Notre Dame campuses, but also has another venue with a colorful history. The Morris Performing Arts Center is a renovated theater originally constructed in 1922. It has hosted vaudeville acts, Sinatra, and the world premier of the Knute Rockne movie with Ronald Reagan and Bob Hope. This month it has Randy Travis, The Black Crowes, two symphony performances, the Lord of the Dance, and the Broadway Show “Rent” on the schedule.

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