‘Kalamazoo’ The Play is now playing in Indiana. Is it about us?

A performance hall in Indiana is currently hosting a show called “Kalamazoo”. Cue Euphoria’s viral Tiktok sound that says, “Is this piece about us?”

The Brown County Playhouse in Nashville, IN has been providing entertainment to locals since 1949. In fact, according to their website,

the Playhouse was the first summer theater to open in Indiana after World War II.

During this time, they showed movies, live shows, musicals and more. Their latest show, however, might catch the eye of those living in or around the Kalamazoo area. So does the game Kalamazoo about us?

Via Brown County Playhouse

Via Brown County Playhouse

The short answer? It’s unclear.

The play, described as The Odd Couple meet the Golden Girls, is about two baby boomers navigating the world of modern dating. Peg, a 70-year-old Irish Catholic, meets Irving, a 70-year-old East Coast Jew on an online dating site. Their first date seems to be going well as they both wake up with matching tattoos. Seems about right.

Although the show has received rave reviews, there is no indication that it is set in Kalamazoo, Michigan (or any of the other Kalamazoos). But, with our relative proximity to Indiana, it’s reasonable to assume that our city had some sort of influence on that now. award-winning game.


Kalamazoo airs this Friday, Saturday and Sunday (4/8, 4/9, 4/10). Although, if you’re in the Kalamazoo area, traveling to see this show will prove to be quite a trek considering Nashville, IN is over a 4 hour drive away.

But, if you’re a bit closer to the Nashville area and like romance/comedies about new love, loss, and unease…this show seems like a must-watch. Find all the details about the show and all the upcoming events at the Brown County Playhouse here.

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