We’ve got quite the lineup for December; from the German Baroque to imaginings of the composers of yesterday if they happened to have written today's songs.
although, I’m quite familiar with the music from Messiah, we have a new arrangement of one of pieces that I’m looking forward to sharing.
“Actually, the first time I saw Sony Labou Tansi’s Parentheses of Blood it was in French, but I just knew that I had to direct it,”
Pole dancing, fan dances, and all things burlesque have come to Bloomington. It’s a phenomenon that has grown far beyond anyone’s wildest imaginations.
WFIU’s Josephine McRobbie visited a local karaoke night to find out just what makes this form of entertainment so ubiquitous.
A new exhibition considers a category of objects that, admittedly, one most often encounters in a heap on the floor.
Cary Boyce has a setting of the traditional , ‘Lo, How a Rose ere Blooming.’ We’ve promised to try to make our performance just as beautiful as his vision.
It’s a strangely interesting mix. The final feel is a bit as if the Midwest met Euro-African sensibility and the result is something like a grim Monte Python.
Upon first glance, the Wylie House looks like any other antebellum house museum. But it's the museum's heirloom garden that draws seekers of living history.
Get ready for some warm and sunny music of the season and a lot of good cheer from many lands south of the border and even south of the equator.
Join host Angela Mariani for an hour of early music which invokes the spirit of the season.
When I take on a character, I try to find the theme the through connection to it
From Playboy to The Zack Files, former men's magazine writer now gets accolades and hugs from ten-year-olds
The Canopy of Lights celebrates more than just the holidays; in many ways it’s a paean to Bloomington’s dynamic downtown.
...a moving, lovingly and cleverly staged love story about personal growth, heroism and the healing of a family.
We did feel that the repertoire itself called for different instruments and so we did a lot of experiments.
As 2009 winds down, we're taking a look back at all that's happened in the last year. Here are some of the most popular stories we covered.