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Mellencamp's musical to launch tour from IU

May 10, 2013
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For 13 years, John Mellencamp and Stephen King have been developing their musical collaboration, "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County." Now, after a not-particularly-well-received 2012 production in Atlanta, the show is being re-created for the road.

A 20-city tour will launch with a one-night showing on Oct. 10 at the IU Auditorium. The cast, including 15 actors and a four-piece live band, also will be rehearsing there prior to opening. After a southern swing through Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina, it will return to Indiana to play one-nighters in Evansville (Oct. 17 at Aiken Theatre at The Centre) and at Clowes Hall in Indianapolis (Oct. 18). Later stops are planned for Fort Wayne and South Bend. Click here for more details.

The rest of Clowes Hall's season will be announced May 16.

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