On this week's episode we invite James Paasche and Landon Palmer to talk about the Fall 2011 City Lights Series.
Happy Independence Day! Today, we want to know which classical composer makes you feel the most patriotic.
WFIU will feature music performed by Howard Klug throughout the month of July.
It begins with a single pathetic cookie, ends with a giant cake and plays both the pathos and the larger than life roles throughout.
The Indianapolis Early Music Festival hosts the Baltimore Consort.
The Shawnee Theatre presents "The Fantasticks," the 1960 musical with music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jone.
How is the campus limestone tour like mushroom hunting? Once you “get your eyes on,” previously camouflaged details start to pop out everywhere.
The Crossroads Repertory Theatre presents "1001 Arabian Nights."
The Shawnee production of the Fantasticks is so dedicated to bare bones theatre that they built a bare stage on their bare stage.
On this week's episode we invite Archivist Mary Huelsbeck from the Black Film Center Archive to discuss the mission and holdings of the BFCA.
The Comedy of Errors... a play for theatre-goers for whom one set of twins isn't sufficient.
The toothbrush is a hint at the Wylie's private lives, while the shards of china are glimmers of a more public existence.
Steve Earle will never get out of this world alive. Junior Brown plays the guit-steel. And, see the Unknown Mortal Orchestra before they hit it big.
Paul Smedberg's photo-remixes combine a true fondness for quotidian imagery with a yearning to burst through simple appearances to a value-added reality.
Early Music in Motion presents singer and hurdy-gurdy player Tomás Lozano at the T.C. Steele State Historic Site.
We sit down with the Managing Director of the Indy Film Fest to give a little taste of what's coming up in the next week at the festival.
The award-winning quartet Plaine and Easie comes to the Indianapolis Early Music Festival.
On this week's episode, we sit down with Chris Eller and Sean Connolly to discuss the new Bloomington chapter of the Indiana Filmmakers Network.
"You wouldn’t mix up an algebra class and a French class any more that I’d mix up plays."