A lesson for a student, a lesson for a teacher and a lesson for a community.
Beth Henley’s Pulitzer Prize winner "Crimes of the Heart" opens this Friday in a production directed from on-stage by Brandon Wentz.
A look at what's in the headlines this week in local arts news.
At a time when most museums were purchasing European art, the Swope's first director was acquiring the new American paintings that would define the field.
Self-centered and socially unaware, the nerd is a walking, talking irritant.
A dramatic version of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein comes this summer to the theatre in Terre Haute, then travels to the Crossroads Repertory Theatre.
The director told us that this is the shortest show of the summer but we’d probably be generating the most sweat. And, he’s right!
A character in Edmund White's "Terre Haute" is modelled after Oklahoma City Bomber Timothy McVeigh. White says the character was and remains a mystery.
Terre Haute (by Edmund White), follows a series of discussions that take place when a prisoner is visited by a writer.