Eugene's lament: "I'll never make it with the Yankees. All the great Yankees are Italian. My mother makes spaghetti with ketchup - what chance do I have? "
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."
It was ten times as hard as I thought it would be and took ten times as much time as I had allotted for it.
The image of Lenin with the hammer of the worker and the sickle of the farmer looks over the shoulders of two who are far from the shop and the field.
Most of the buzz was about the chance to see the Bloomington favorite Mike Price solo in Underneath the Lintel.
A Family so far from normalcy, that daughter Natalie would settle for just "next to normal."
Cardinal Stage Company’ presents the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning rock musical.
Recall the movie. Laugh with the play. Then, rent the movie to see just how well they got it!
A pair of actors playing a slick New Yorker and a fuzzy Mid-Westerner hammer out a scene together.
Friends of Bill. W. and Dr. Bob. No last names needed!