The offbeat comedy group is on a mission to make Bloomington's nightlife funnier and theater less pretentious.
Deaf theatre performer Colin Analco knew that he was getting through to his audience when he could feel the floorboards shake.
In their effort to make Anne Frank's account as real as possible, the cast prepared in ways that go far beyond those of a typical high school production.
Long before the nation marked the150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, local artist M. Carson Day had a Civil War battlefield on the brain.
It's very dark and very funny, sometimes both at the same time!
Terribly exciting, wanted to do it for years, edgy, comedy with teeth, classic...a challenge.
Comic tensions abound, mishaps are regular occurrences and there’s even room for some romance!
Hooray for Hollywood, for retirement, for imagination and of course "We'll always have Paris."
"Costumer Angela Malone has us wearing ears and tails, but we’re still definitely people.”
IU alumnus Philip Carli demonstrates the art of silent film accompaniment.