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Bell Tower Theater
2728 Asbury Rd
Dubuque, IA 52001
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A Note About Our Situation During the COVID-19 Crisis

While we still aren't able to open the Bell Tower theater to full capacity, we are pleased to be offering shows with social distance seating as well as virtual offerings. Please see below for details on upcoming events.


Click here to see review our social distance seating and safety protocols.


Thank you to everyone who helped us raise more than $3500 on Great Give Day!

If you would like to support the Bell Tower and missed out on Great Give Day, just click the link below.

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 Check out the program for The Numbers Game!

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The Numbers Game Program




Our box office is open and can be reached by phone at 563-588-3377, and we appreciate your purchasing tickets to events, buying gift certificates and making tax-deductible donations. All tickets and gift certificates can be purchased and donations made at


Until further notice, our new box office hours are Monday through Friday 11 am to 4 pm for phone sales only.

We are not serving customers in person at this time, but we are happy to bring any purchases out to your car.


We appreciate your understanding in this challenging time,

and we will do our best to update this information as quickly as possible.

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Our Next Virtual Play

Final Performance: Saturday, May 15 at 7 pm on Facebook

Celebrity interviewer Ian McWorthy has a dream line-up for tonight's episode of the World Wide Window: a veritable litterful of felines whose internet antics have catapulted them to fame. In this fast-paced series of hilarious interviews, Ian uncovers the story behind Tuffy's first dramatic foray into a cardboard box, learns just what makes Nelson the Grouchy Cat so very, very grouchy, contends with the diva-like antics of Kitty Boo Boo and her entourage, and so much more. So don't miss it! Things are bound to get a little...hairy.
The awesome cast features Bell Tower veterans Cathy Goodman, Megan Frankovich, Julie Sear, Jeannie Bergquist, Jon Aguilar, Jennifer DeCoste, Dakota Vaassen and Tia Ernst alongside newcomers to the Bell Tower "stage" Kevin Firnstahl, Megan Oltmanns, Stephen Green and Teresa Green.
This is a virtual production and will take place on Facebook. Due to copyright restrictions, the videos of these performances will not remain online. To view a performance, you must log into Facebook at the scheduled times. All performance are free, but goodwill donations will be accepted.


Click here for the Facebook Event Page


Our Eight-Annual High School Show

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) is a wacky, zany, hilarious comedy with all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays performed in just over 90 minutes. Take a wild ride through all of the comedies, histories and tragedies that will leave you breathless and helpless with laughter. The cast and crew includes high school kids from throughout the area. This show is recommended for ages 14 and up.


The show will run June 10-20, 2021 (Thursdays-Sundays).

Tickets for the show are $12 and are on sale now!


2021 Bell Tower Theater Season Tickets Holders get $2 off. Call the box office at 563-588-3377 for details.


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A Comedy by Bill Corbett & Kira Obolensky
August 13 to 29, 2021

When Preston writes a furious letter to a store demanding a refund for a broken snow globe, he gets assistant manager Dahlia fired—and that kicks off an epic (mail) battle between the two. Whether Preston and Dahlia are joining cults, having breakdowns, shipping each other deceased lizards or falling in love, Hate Mail is full of surprises at every turn.


Early Bird Special Dates: August 13 & 14

This show will be performed with social distance seating and other safety protocols. Masks will be required.


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