"It's love diverted, perverted, legislated, dominated and most of all celebrated!" -- Gavin Cameron-Webb director for "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Sounds of South gets out its compass and heads east to the streets of New York.
Peggy Melchior never thought her puppet theater would be celebrating 28 years in Nashville. If she had, perhaps she would have built a permanent roof.
They're not the same Ephesians that Paul wrote that epistle to!
"You wouldn’t mix up an algebra class and a French class any more that I’d mix up plays."
The Comedy of Errors... a play for theatre-goers for whom one set of twins isn't sufficient.
A Summer Musical returns to IU, but on the north side of the Jordan River.
The setting for The Winter’s Tale is 'steam-punk,' a style based on the premise that the Victorian era has prevailed through the present day.
It's a tragedy. No, it's a comedy. No, it's a fairy tale!
Four days of wild romantic conflict, two dead lovers, two dead brawlers and two more victims of relatively collateral causes.