Welcome to 4th Street Theater!


Producing Award-Winning 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:


Waiting for Godot

Written by Samuel Becket
Directed by Steve Rohe

Performance Dates

February 27, 28, March 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14 & 15, 2015. All performances are at 8 pm except Sundays, which begin at 3 pm.


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.

Jane Eyre, A Musical Drama

Book by John Caird, Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon, Additional Lyrics by John Caird

Based on the novel by Charlotte Bronte
Directed by Glenn Hering

Audition Dates: March 1 @ 4:00pm, March 2nd @ 7:30pm
Call backs: March 3rd @ 7:30 pm

Performance Dates

May 15, 16, 22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30 & 31, 2015. All performances are at 8 pm except Sundays, which begin at 3 pm.

Charlotte Bronte's classic tale of gothic romance gains a hauntingly beautiful score and tragically moving songs in it's musical adaptation. Nominated for five Tony Awards, JANE EYRE explores religion, sexuality and protofeminism, all while enchanting audiences with a timeless love story.


Jane's story begins in Gateshead, where she is in the unfortunate care of her cruel Aunt Sarah and cousin John, as per her uncle's dying wish. The miserable young orphan is finally rescued when she is sent away to attend Lowood School for Girls. After six years, Jane leaves Lowood and is shortly after hired as a governess at Thornfield Hall. Here she meets Mr. Edward Rochester, thus beginning her passionate and heart-wrenching journey of love, loss and the struggles of morality.