It's very dark and very funny, sometimes both at the same time!
Saying it's like "Romeo and Juliette" is a bit of stretch, but there is love and there are two families.
The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington presents a a play by Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies.
It's as dark as O'Neill and Williams but a good deal funnier.
It begins with a single pathetic cookie, ends with a giant cake and plays both the pathos and the larger than life roles throughout.
"Rather than lamenting the loss of that older world," explains poet Maurice Manning, “I want to imagine its recreation.”
A neuroscientist, a literary scholar, and a poet at Indiana University have received Guggenheim Fellowships; the latter has been tapped Pulitzer finalist.
At the center of How I Learned to Drive is the phrase, "It takes a community to make a molester."
WFIU will feature the works of Steve Reich on Wednesday evenings and throughout our classical music programming in January.
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."