Theatre of the People has found a niche and plans to expand it into an opportunity!
WFIU's featured performer for the month of February.
IU doctoral student Ashley Hope Pérez wrote the book that her students couldn't find: her soon to be published novel What Can't Wait.
"Angels in American Part One is called 'The Millenium Approaches,' but it's not all doom and gloom. There's plenty of smart, clever humor."
Here's a look at what's in the limelight this week in Local Arts News.
Local venues welcome international music sensations Keb' Mo' and The Wailers. Then, Indianapolis-based We Are Hex brings their hard core rock to The Bishop.
The IU Opera Theater welcomes two guests for its production of Giacomo Puccini’s 'Suor Angelica' and 'Gianni Schicchi.'
The key word to describe Theatre of the People’s latest offerings is 'variety.'
Babbitt was known for his influence on total integral serialism and electronic music.
Here's a look at what's in the limelight this week in National Arts News.
A flubbed line and a couple of “pitchy” moments have reignited the traditionalist vs. popular debate over this English drinking song turned national anthem.
A look at what's going on this week in local arts news.
"Kissing Frogs" has a bit of kissing, but there's not an amphibian in sight.
Opera touches the heartstrings and the funny bone.
Veteran actor Frank Calamaro is no stranger to the little village of Anatevka.
At a time when most museums were purchasing European art, the Swope's first director was acquiring the new American paintings that would define the field.
Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches at the Lee Norvelle Theatre and Drama Center is a wildly and brilliantly varied pastiche
Nothing puts subzero temperatures out of mind like a good spring playlist. Here are a few pieces to kick off your musical “big thaw.”
WFIU's featured contemporary composer for the month of February.
A look at what's in the limelight in national arts news this week.