Newcomers and Long-time Fans Flocked to the Towle Theater’s 10th Anniversary Premiere Production

By: Towle Theater Last Updated: February 26, 2013

Towle-Tomorrow-Morning-1It wasn’t until the very last scene where I had that moment when everything came together and I realized I had caught on to the final twist of the plot,” said long-time fan Erin Anderson. The Towle’s opening night of the U.S. Non-Equity premiere Tomorrow Morning hit the stage on Friday night, Feb. 22.

For our first time being at the Towle, we have to say we were really blown away by the professionalism of the staff and atmosphere and the confidence that the actors expressed on stage,” said Kevin and Naomi Rassati. “We’re here because a friend loved the book and surprised us with tickets for the opening night show.”

The buzz of excitement and murmur of viewers discussing their thoughts filled the air of the dimly-lit vestibule during intermission. As couple Jene and Allison Harber stood viewing the art in the entry way, Allison said, “I’m not sure of the song’s title, but the dirty little secrets number was so relatable yet hilarious and definitively made this production one of my favorites that I’ve been to at the Towle.”

Towle-Tomorrow-Morning-2Tomorrow Morning will be continuing through Sunday, Feb. 24 and March 1-3, 7-10. Thursday through Saturday the productions will begin at 8 p.m. and on Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are $17. Friday performances are Educator Appreciation Nights with buy-one-get-one free tickets to all educators with a school ID. All performances except Sunday matinees will have student RUSH tickets for all students who show a current student ID one hour before the show. Thursday, March 7 is Industry Night; anyone who provides proof of their work in a theater production will receive a buy-one-get-one free ticket. Reservations are required for all promotional discounts except student RUSH. Children under six years are not permitted in the theater for this production.

The Towle Theater is located in historic downtown Hammond at 5205 Hohman Avenue. Free, well-lit, secured parking is available off of Fayette Street only steps away from the back entrance or in the newly completed parking lot directly across the street from the theater on Hohman Avenue.

For more information on purchasing season tickets, please visit or call Kevin Bellamy, Director of Administration at the box office at 219-937-8780.


  • Carol Rose and Michael Snider show their excitement of the opening night.
  • The cast shares a few laughs after the first showing of Tomorrow Morning. Left-Right; Michael Snider, Carol Rose, Sarah Jean Mergener, and Taylor Okey.