From patriotism to a bicentennial, WFIU's Music Director David Wood has offers up some tasty treats for July.
The work titled "Girl With A Pearl Earring" is showing at the Kinsey Institute's 5th annual Jurried Art Show.
A dramatic version of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein comes this summer to the theatre in Terre Haute, then travels to the Crossroads Repertory Theatre.
The Indianapolis Early Music Festival welcomes the Renaissance wind band Piffaro to the Indiana History Center this summer.
The Shawnee Theater puts on a melodrama, complete with a hearty hero, a heart-throbbing heroine and a heartless villain.
The early music of Spain and Latin America was an area that was largely unrepresented in performances and recordings -- before El Mundo.
The Afiara Quartet is a young group of string players from Canada who are making their second appearance at the IU Summer Music Festival.
A long epic poem, “Story of a Bloodthirsty Madman Called Dracula of Wallachia," informs this contemporary performance.
Self-centered and socially unaware, the nerd is a walking, talking irritant.
The Mirari Brass Quintet is continuing the tradition of challenging what audiences might expect from a classical music performance.
La Pietá's most recent CD is of the music of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. WFIU's George Walker talks with ensemble director and violinist Angèle Dubeau.
Berchild’s stage is bare, but the production is rich. Even in its many intimate scenes, Frankenstein never feels like a small play.
There are a lot of things that people might not know, many more twists than you’d think about Vivaldi.
40 young women from Indianapolis will have a whole new bag of skills to show off to their classmates this fall – as graduates of a rock and roll summer camp.
Three Bloomington High School South alumni put on "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)" to benefit their alma mater.
Shawnee Theatre turns to a serious mystery drama with Stephen Dietz’s Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure.
It’s been said that “well-behaved women rarely make history.” In Bloomington, a group of female singers “of a certain age” is putting that adage to the test.
Dietz and the company play with the delightful possibility of the royally jilted opera star Irene Adler continuing to both fascinate and baffle the detective.
Sheridan Whitesides, theater critic, columnist and radio personality, is a perfect role for Josh Carroll: acerbic, curmudgeonly, and magnetic.