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Archive for February 2017

February 3, 2017

interview

woman's face

The Duchess of Malfi: Feminism In The 17th c.

Webster sees "the skull beneath the skin." T.S. Elliot

February 6, 2017

interview

couple embracing

Rodelinda, Faithful Love Triumphs

Within a year, 1724-1725, Handel wrote three great operas, Rodelinda, Giulio Cesare and Tamerlano

February 7, 2017

review

altercations backstage at

Georgia McBride, A Legend!

"...Being a drag queen is not for sissies!..." Rexy

February 7, 2017

feature

donna sasse

Coming Soon, To A Theater (Or An Architecture Tour) Near You

While a new film is sparking national interest about Columbus architecture, a veteran tour guide hopes to refresh locals' passion for hometown design.

February 9, 2017

review

lady with an apricot

The Duchess: Integrity O’ Life Is Fortune’s Best Friend

"...the ancient truth. Kindred commonly do worse agree than remote strangers." Bosola

February 11, 2017

feature

Bloody Brides

Above Ground: Taking Shots Against Gender Discrimination

Pictures on view on the IU campus showcase how a new generation of feminist activists is using street theatre and social media to rally awareness in China.

February 11, 2017

feature

The Surgeon Who Planted Trees

This doctor's career, avocation, and family life combined to build a generations-long legacy.

February 13, 2017

feature

malcolm dalglish and oolites

Malcolm Dalglish Serves Up Music And Four Dozen Apple Pies

Love Songs For A Lasting World is part music and dance extravaganza, part apple pie fest.

February 15, 2017

interview

graham cracker, chocolate, marshmellow treat

Voces Novae And The Author Of Ben Hur

Lew Wallace, the most interesting person you've never heard of!

February 20, 2017

feature

A Black Lives Matter rally

Music That Moves Us: The Civil Rights Songbook

Local musicians create music to lend to the Black Lives Matter movement, becoming part of the time-honored tradition of African American protest music.

February 20, 2017

feature

Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 2017

Fountain At 100: Decommissioned Functionality Into Art Icon

A seminal modern sculpture began as a cheeky affront to long-accepted aesthetic criteria. At 100, Duchamp's Fountain has become a lofty totem of modernism.

February 21, 2017

review

young violinist

Maria Sanderson, One Busy Young Violinist!

This teenager has lessons, concert appearance and even college auditions

February 21, 2017

interview

Old salt and seagull

Benjamin Britten’s “Peter Grimes”, Tenors Talk

"How now Peter, thou'st no boy to beat" sailors wives in the town.

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