Hear Here is an independent audiology practice and hearing aid sales and service business. The owner, Susan Rardin, M.A., F-AAA, is dedicated to providing compassionate, trustworthy and ethical hearing health services while making patients first priority. Hear Here will offer the highest degree of expertise, quality care and current technology available in a friendly and welcoming environment. Consider Hear Here your concierge level hearing health provider!
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Exciting news - I have been cast in the show, "Snake in the Grass" at Center Stage Theatre in Lebanon. This show has so many twists and turns! I will be playing the part of Annabel, the older sister in this three person show. Set in England, this show highlights the power struggle between a manipulative, controlling father and his two grown daughters. Did Daddy die of natural causes or did he have some help? I am so excited to be directed once again by Cheryl Fesmire. The show will be running from Friday October 20th through Sunday November 5th. Center Stage Theatre is a small theater in Lebanon, Indiana, and the ability to hear in this theater is also excellent. Reservations can be made by calling 765-894-5587. The theater is located at 604 Powell St. in Lebanon.
Susan Rardin, M.A. F-AAA, provides professional and personalized hearing healthcare. Hear Here offers industry-leading hearing devices and custom solutions that meet even the most demanding hearing needs and communication challenges.
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