Friday, April 26, 2019



Love Conquers All will continue in July at Putnam County Playhouse.  Send Me No Flowers will be presented July 11-13 & July 17-20.

The production is being sponsored by Shuee’s Great Buys Plus.

Click HERE to learn more about our Sponsor.

Those auditioning will asked to read from the script.

Director TJ Tincher
Director Tincher describes the play:

"Send Me no Flowers is a show about misunderstandings and the lengths that one man will go to for the woman he loves.  George Kimball is a hypochondriac with a problem, he thinks he’s dying.  When he overhears his doctor talking about another patient, he immediately assumes its about himself.  

"He decides to become proactive in his 'last few weeks' and plans for the eventual life his wife will have to live without him.  He even goes so far as to find the perfect suitor for her after he’s gone.  With the help of his constantly buzzed neighbor, Arnold, George will realize all his worrying and pills won’t save him from the inevitable realization that he’s been living more than he ever has."

Stage Manager for the production is Mike Mitchell.

To read more about the show click HERE.


Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Don't Miss a Show - Get a Season Ticket!

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The Season Ticket Brochures for our 2019 program with the theme Love Conquers All have been mailed. If you are on our mailing list, you should receive yours soon. Please fill it out and return it as soon as possible.

Season ticket orders are filled in the order they are received. You can choose the series you like. Tickets are $35 each and guarantee you the SAME seat for each performance on our Mainstage. 

Our season this year will open with the musical She Loves Me in June. It will be followed by the comedy Send Me No Flowers in July. The rollicking musical Shrek hits the stage in August. The season closes with the Pulitzer Prize Winning play Picnic.

Individual tickets are not available until the day of the Open House on June 2, at 2 p.m. Do not use this form to order single tickets.

If you don't receive your brochure, or if you are not on our mailing list, you can print a Season Ticket Order form on our Box Office Page HERE.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019


Director Shelly McFadden has announced her cast for the season opener She Loves Me. "Thanks to everyone who auditioned," said Shelly. "I appreciate your time and effort!"  

Onstage will be:

Arpad Laszlo - Jason Lafever
Ladislov Sipos - Jay Prewitt
Ilona Ritter - Meghan Armitage
Steven Kodaly - Joshua Saul Bain
Georg Nowack - Dustin Bond
Amalia Balash - Lisa McCoy
Mr. Maraczek - Ric McFadden
Keller - Anna Harris
Busboy - Noah Pettit
Waiter - Andrew Ranck

Customers/Couples/Carolers - Hannah Lefever, Hannah Newlin, Kayla Norman, Robin Schneider, Matt Schneider, Mason Allen, Cameron Wunderlich, Andrew Ranck.

She Loves Me will be produced June 6-8 and June 12-15.

The show is sponsored by:

To read more about our sponsor click HERE.



The beginning of the season for Putnam County Playhouse is still a few weeks away.  If you can't wait to see a show, there are two offerings in the area this weekend you might consider.

PCPH Vice-President Dustin is directing Suessical the Musical at North Putnam High School.  It will be presented April 12 & 13 at 7 p.m. and April 14 at 3 p.m. Tickets are available at the door! PCPH participant Grace Elmore is a featured player.

PCPH  Board Member Caroline Good is directing the classic play Trojan Women at DePauw University in the Moore Theatre. It will be presented at 7:30 p.m. on April 11, 12, 13, and April 14 at 1 p.m.   Featured in the production is PCPH actor/director Andrew Ranck (Rooster Hannigan from last season's Annie). Also featured are Sarah Ryan and daughter Catherine who were also in Annie. Go HERE for ticket and show information!