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!
Our hearing healthcare services include, but are not limited to:
I am happy to announce that I will be directing a romantic comedy called "Lucky Me" at Epilogue Theatre. This will be my directional debut! I have been an assistant director before, but this is my first solo production. The show is full of wacky, loveable characters. I fell in love with it and can't wait to put it on stage! The story focuses on Sara Fine, who is plagued with bad luck. She lives with her cranky father who is determined to keep all suitors at bay for their own good (and his).
The show will run during the first three weekends in March. Shows are held on Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm, and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $13 for the 65+ crowd. Epilogue is a small theater, which makes it much easier to hear and follow the dialogue. Many of my patients tell me that they have no trouble hearing the actors on this stage. You can get more information, as well as reserve tickets at www.epilogueplayers.com. If you prefer to call, the phone number is 317-926-3139.
Epilogue Theatre is located at 1849 N. Alabama St. (the intersection of 19th and Alabama) in Indianapolis. Street parking is readily available.
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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