Clowes Memorial Hall
4602 Sunset Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
317.940.6444For those who are visitors to Indianapolis and wanting to experience live theatre - Clowes Hall is located on the Butler University Campus, easily accessible to downtown Indianapolis. The Hall was built in 1963 with state-of-the-art acoustics and design which has carried it into the twenty-first century.
Live Theatre in the Indianapolis Metro AreaThe idea of a multi-purpose hall to serve Indianapolis and the community as a center for all the entertaining arts was conceived by Dr. Clowes. Clowes Memorial Hall, opened on October 18, 1963, built in memory of the late Dr. George Henry Alexander Clowes, former research director for Eli Lilly and Company. Dr.
George Henry Alexander Clowes Has a VisionClowes Memorial Hall remains, almost forty years later, one of the Midwest's premiere performing arts facilities. Keeping in line learning in and through the arts, Clowes programs a performing arts series each year, focusing on internationally, artistically and culturally diverse live performance. Our series is eclectic
Theatre and the Performing Arts in IndianapolisBeing on the beautiful campus of Butler University, patrons the arts not only enjoy incredible live performance, but the aesthetic beauty of the campus, as well as the close proximity to downtown Indianapolis and the Broad Ripple area. Whether it's modern dance, international music, opera or musicals, Clowes Memorial Hall proudly maintains the wants and wishes of when it was built in 1963. Clowes Memorial Hall is in the process of a renovation -
This Summer (2001)...Clowes Memorial Hall is located on the Butler University Campus, 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46208 and for further information and performance schedules call: 317.940.6444 or 800.732.0804.
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