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Archive for October 2014

October 2, 2014

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Creating The Kids Musical, “The Birthday Feast “

It was ten times as hard as I thought it would be and took ten times as much time as I had allotted for it.

October 3, 2014

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Irving and Peg

Kalamazoo: A Dream Of A Bird Sanctuary Or A Beach

Can a woman who's looking up at the sky at the birds get together with a man who's looking down at the screen of his metal detector.

October 8, 2014

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Randy White and Matt Weidenbenner

Cardinal’s New Musical: As Organic As The Veggies It Pushes

Cardinal Stage Company couldn’t find an existing work of theater to fit with IU's Themester, so they commissioned local artists to write "The Birthday Feast."

October 8, 2014

interview

two ladies

Vintage, A Reading By 5 Women Poets

Poet Antonia Mathew says a poem begins with a tap on the shoulder from the muse. Helen May describes the impetus as more of a kick from her surroundings.

October 15, 2014

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the diplomat and the spy in a casual moment

The “M” of M. Butterfly, Stands For Monsieur!

We're staging the 28 scenes of a play that spans decades out in the open, in the round. It's the sort of challenge that I enjoy. Director Murray McGibbon

October 19, 2014

review

night scene

La Boheme by Giacomo Puccini

The energetic exuberance, the creative coping, the thrills of young love and the disappointments all to the music of a master of emotions.

October 22, 2014

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History Bluffs

Funny Man’s Bluff: Podcast Riffs Off History For Laughs

Matt Braunger is just the latest in a string of big-name comedians to drop by a local podcast produced by comedians Bob Nugent and Dave Britton.

October 27, 2014

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Photograph by Francesco Scavullo of Samuel Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe 1974.

Sam Wagstaff: The Man Who Made Mapplethorpe

As the Kinsey unveils its Mapplethorpes, a new biography sheds light on a figure central to the photographer's story--and the course of contemporary art.

October 27, 2014

review

male actor dressed as Chinese woman

M. Butterfly: The M Doesn’t Stand For Madama

"At its heart, it's a desperately sad love story." director Murray McGibbon

October 27, 2014

interview

violinist Daniel Hope

Music of Terezin: Forbidden Music

A chance to explore the nature of this music, to see what it means to experience it today as we reflect on what it might have meant in the camp.

October 28, 2014

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Nell and Krista speaking on stage

Taming The Beast: Storyzilla Refines The Art Of Storytelling

It's no monster, but Storyzilla is definitely giving the traditional definition of storytelling a good shake-up.

October 31, 2014

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Mother adjusts daughter's headdress in preparation for powwow.

Celebrating Community And Enacting Culture At IU’s Powwow

The word "powwow" has crept into the vernacular to mean “meeting”, but for Native Americans, the powwow is a "terribly important enactment of culture".

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