Terre Haute (by Edmund White), follows a series of discussions that take place when a prisoner is visited by a writer.
In early June, 16 teens from around the country came together for Indiana University’s Midsummer Theater Program.
Director McFadden has marshaled all the tools of theatre to make Marat/Sade as entertaining and vitally theatrical as it is meaningful
The pride that the director feels is founded, but smug and its break down is a key to the arc of the drama.”
The Brown County Playhouse wraps up its sixty-first season with a warmly funny and touching production of Alfred Uhrey’s award winning "Driving Miss Daisy."
In “The Safety Net” a young attorney returns to his hometown of Indianapolis for the funeral of his adopted brother.