Welcome to 4th Street Theater!

 

Producing great local theater in Northwest Indiana. Call 219.926.7875 for reservations or more information.

4th Street Theater is located in downtown Chesterton Indiana. We are an active member of the Northwest Indiana Excellence in Theater Foundation, a member of American Association of Community Theatre, and The Duneland Chamber of Commerce .

 

Coming Soon:

 

Tailgater 5K / 10K


Kilometers to Couch - Earn Your Spot On The Couch For The Big Game!
Proceeds from the Tailgater 5K/10K support Chesterton’s Fourth Street Theater!

Race Location: Fourth Street Theater, 125 N. 4th Street, Chesterton, IN 46304 Start/Finish on 4th Street. The Tailgater 5k/10k is a flat, professionally timed course through downtown Chesterton and neighborhoods.

All runners registered before Jan 11th will receive an awesome commemorative long-sleeve super cool t-shirt, that will be the envy of Packers’ Fans everywhere along with post race tailgate food and snacks. Those registering after Jan. 11 will receive t-shirts while supplies last. Awards for overall and age-group winners – and, of course, the best Ditka look-a-like.

Entry Fees: $25 through Jan 11th, 2015
$27 after Jan 11th, 2015
$30 race day

Visit our special page for the race to sign up

 

Waiting for Godot


Written by Samuel Becket
Directed by Steve Rohe


Performance Dates

February 27 to March 15, 2015. All performances are at 8 pm except Sundays, which begin at 3 pm.

Synopsis


Waiting for Godot was first produced in Paris in 1953. In 1999 it was voted the "most significant English language play of the 20th century". It is an absurdist play also described as a tragicomedy in two acts. Over the decades there have been many, many theories of interpretations of the play and its characters. The author has repudiated all theories of a symbolic nature.



The plays tells of two men patiently waiting for M. Godot. They pass the time idly in simple pursuits, removing a boot, fixing a hat, etc and conversation. They are interrupted by the passing of a master and his slave. Eventually a young lad appears and tells them Godot will not be coming today, but tomorrow. Night falls and they resolve to meet at the same spot the next day. Act II repeats the action of Act I only the master is now blind and the slave mute.