"I have always depended on the kindness of strangers."... Blanche
After his lip injury, Richard Seraphinoff had to adjust the trajectory of his musical career. Along the way, he built the courage to talk about his experiences.
Jane Austen calls the novel "Pride and Prejudice" because each of her main characters has a potent dose of both.
Russell Sheaffer and Josephine Decker present an experimental performance with dirt covered film from the garden.
Neither the pride of Jane Austen's Darcy, nor the prejudice of her Elizabeth are all on one side.
Blanche grips the 19th century, while Stanley is very much a son of the 20th and Stella tacks from side to side.
A young woman who talks fast in Hebrew, a young man who speaks a bit hesitantly in English and a grandmother with a plan!
This year for the first time, three local artisan guilds join forces to create a destination for those seeking one-of-a-kind gifts in glass, clay, and fiber.
"The music from the Met' radio broadcast is hard to hear because the audience is laughing so loud."
Actor Jonathan Banks speaks with WFIU's Betsy Shepherd about his life and career.
“...imagine if Donizetti and Puccini collaborated on the score of a Doris Day-Rock Hudson movie.” stage director, Ned Canty
WFIU's James Gray speaks with filmmaker Steve James. James most recent film is about the life of the late film critic Roger Ebert.
Communication conundrums! "I don't speak what you're speaking." Terrence the erring deliveryman.
On the eve of an Indiana appearance, the singer-songwriter and film composer reflects on his career.
Theatre is something that should be brought to the people should be performed in communities. Director David Koté
WFIU's Leah Johnson speaks with filmmaker Bridgett Davis on the 20th anniversary of her film Naked Acts.