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Clarksville Little Theater has its beginnings in a vision of Clarksville resident Mr. Julius Obermiller. With the help of Clarksville Optimist Club, the George Rogers Clark Parent-Teacher Association and others, Mr. Obermiller staged a musical production in 1947. The first plays took place in the George Rogers Clark School gym. The group moved its plays to the Clarksville Optimist Club, using a portable stage. Members of the troupe stored the stage in their garages when the play was not in production. In 1951 a committee formed for the purpose raised money to buy land and build a theater. The Clarksville Little Theater has operated at that location ever since, holding several productions a year.
To visit this entertaining place in Indiana, you will find it is not far from Interstate 65, near Colgate Park in Clarksville Indiana.
Clarksville Little Theater
301 E. Montgomery Ave.
Clarksville, IN 47129
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