The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra opens its 2009-2010 season with a concert titled “Global Romance" conducted by Charles Latshaw.
The Indiana University Department of Theatre and Drama opens their 2009-2010 season with Will Russell’s award winning musical Blood Brothers.
The Brown County Playhouse wraps up its sixty-first season with a warmly funny and touching production of Alfred Uhrey’s award winning "Driving Miss Daisy."
To be worthy of restoration, a building need not be the so-called Eighth Wonder of the World. And the preservationists might be equally unlikely.
Exploring two very different aspects of female sexuality is the multi-media experience “Annunciation + Visitiation.”
Two years ago, Merrill Garbus was a part-time nanny selling her debut album for pennies on the internet. Things are looking up, to say the least.
In 2009, ballet companies around the world are celebrating the the 100th anniversary of the first performance by Sergei Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes
In the past, I’ve actually had someone else listen to and select the final takes, but this time I did it my self and the final product did benefit.
Blood Brothers has the power and shape of a fable. It begins with a narrator asking “Have you heard the story of the Johnstone twins?”
The Theatre of the People is at it again with one of their innovative double features. This time it’s a Science Fiction Fair.
From the internet to the stage, Indiana University students are bringing Dr. Horrible's charming brand of evil to the John Waldron Arts Center.
The Buskirk-Chumley Theatre's Marketing Director Maarten Bout explains the role of the BCT in the life of downtown Bloomington.
"Things do work out, but there is a twist." Todd Baer who plays Charlie Dalrymple
It seemed risky, but we just wanted to open a business that had our real interest at its center.
It’s a play that the show’s director Jonathan Michaelsen has called “a funny, very touching play with amazing language.”
They look and feel different. But they are united by Theatre of the People’s concern with process, with the theatre people and the people in the audience.
Musician Dan Burton reflects on how he keeps things fresh a decade in as ringleader of Bloomington indie institution Early Day Miners.
It’s only the third time that the Indiana University Opera Theater has done "Romeo et Juliette."
A show of African ceramics recently donated to the IU Art Museum is currently paired with a retrospective of the donor's own artwork.