Give Now

A Festival Of Plays

The Bloomington Playwrights Project hosts its first festival featuring eleven different plays ranging from traditional comedies and dramas to absurdist humor.

The Bloomington Playwrights Project and the Indiana Theatre Association hosts its first festival featuring eleven different plays ranging from traditional comedies and dramas to absurdist humor. Gabe Gloden Managing Director of the Playwrights Project explains the importance of providing a platform for local playwrights.

You can attend one or all of the BloomingPlays until May 30th at the BPP Theatre on West 9th Street.

Erica Hunter

WFIU Arts and Culture Reporter

View all posts by this author »

What is RSS? RSS makes it possible to subscribe to a website's updates instead of visiting it by delivering new posts to your RSS reader automatically. Choose to receive some or all of the updates from Indiana Public Media Arts & Music:

Support For Indiana Public Media Comes From

Search Arts and Music

Stay Connected

RSS e-mail itunes Facebook Twitter Flickr YouTube

What is RSS? RSS makes it possible to subscribe to a website's updates instead of visiting it by delivering new posts to your RSS reader automatically. Choose to receive some or all of the updates from Indiana Public Media Arts & Music:

Recent Stories

Events RSS icon

More Events »Submit Your Event »

Arts & Music is on Twitter

Find Us on Facebook

This Week on Earth Eats

EU Law Now Allows Nations To Write Their Own GMO Bans

corn field

The European Union has decided to allow individual nations to ban GMOs on grounds including town and country planning.

Read more »

Earth Eats is a podcast, radio program and blog of the freshest news and recipes inspired by local food and sustainable agriculture.

More from Earth Eats »

This Week on Focus on Flowers

Tall And Thin

bald cypress with swamp tupelo

I am dreaming this winter of tall, thin trees, ...and these need no trimming.

Read more »

Focus on Flowers is a weekly program about flower gardening hosted by master gardener Moya Andews.

More from Focus on Flowers »