If it takes a village to raise a child, how much of a village does it take to raise a molester?
At the center of How I Learned to Drive is the phrase, "It takes a community to make a molester."
...a loosely formatted pastice of hits songs from the thirties and forties.
“Oklahoma!” is at the Ruth N. Halls theatre in a terrific production. Saturday’s audience did give the cast a standing ovation, but what I noticed most about the crowd was their grin and smile filled faces. It was that kind of satisfaction that struck me.
In Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” there’s a “bright golden haze on the meadow.” WFIU’s George Walker found a little bit of that golden haze as he talked with the Indiana University undergraduate theater majors who play the lovers Curly and Laurey.