It's your basic: monster meets girl, loses girl, finds monster, story.
“...imagine if Donizetti and Puccini collaborated on the score of a Doris Day-Rock Hudson movie.” stage director, Ned Canty
Cardinal Stage Company couldn’t find an existing work of theater to fit with IU's Themester, so they commissioned local artists to write "The Birthday Feast."
Was there a real Robin Hood? Was there a real Little John? And was he the first real "side kick?" Playwright Rachelle Martin Wilburn says, "Yes."
Law school students put on a production of original, musical material.
With name recognition of the show and the rising reputation of IU’s musical theatre program, Chicago was sold out two weeks before opening night.
Sounds of South presents the character-rich musical comedy based on the tale of the Princess and the Pea.
Composer Chris Wolf and I were casual collaborators with lots of "Yeses," "Nos" and even a few "Whatevers," Maria Edwards
Crossroads Repertory Theatre presents the musical sequel to J.M. Barrie’s "Peter Pan."
Hooray for Hollywood, for retirement, for imagination and of course "We'll always have Paris."