When the 13 year old Now Jane idly enters The Oregon Trail game, she unleashes a present and a past.
When prayer doesn't seem a comfortable respite and action seems fraught with perils....
Robin Hood, history's favorite, outlaw!
Stephen Hurt as Senator Whitmore, Jonathan Golembiecki as Tom with Abby Lee as Sara Whitmore and Alex Klein as Tess Cunningham “Three days before his bid for re-election in North Carolina, a Republican U.S. senator makes an off-the-cuff remark to a blogger that calls into question his belief in God”
Devin May plays Robin Hood and Courtney Relyea-Spivack plays Maid Marian “Everyone …except Devin … plays multiple roles with the aid of clever costuming by Becky Underwood and their multiple actorly skills.” director Kate Galvin
Debbie Knapp, founding dancer/choreographer, “Well, we just didn’t know any better. We just thought that we could create a dance concert!” Paul Sturm, founding musician/composer, “Each of them had a different taste in msic so it was fun to create different sounds and difference pieces.” Kay Olges, long time dancer/choreographer and current board president, “first […]
Joshua Scott Carter as Stone, the detective, with Mary Beth Black as Oolie, the secretary. I’m George Walker for WFIU Arts. City of Angels at IU’s Ruth N. Halls Theatre is a musical inspired by those dark mystery dramas like The Maltese Falcon. Larry Gelbart’s book with David Zipel‘s lyrics and Cy Coleman’s jazzy score […]
I’m George Walker for WFIU Arts. West Side Story opened this weekend at the IU Opera Theater. When the show debuted on Broadway in 1957 I was just about the age of Baby John, the youngest member of the Jets. My friends and I spent a lot of time listening to the gang’s “Officer Krupke” […]
I’m George Walker for WFIU Arts In Jennifer Maisel’s Out of Orbit at the Bloomington Playwrights Project a brilliant planetary geologist and single mother loses her Mars rover and her teen aged daughter. By the end of the richly detailed play she gets both back. The success of the rover’s return is historical and well […]
Aaron Ricciardi's often humorous, while neakily political take on gender, class and how immigrants become Republicans