“I began to realize that each play was about characters taking risks–risking a career, a family, or risking it all for what they believed in.” Randy White
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The Shawnee Theatre presents "The Fantasticks," the 1960 musical with music by Harvey Schmidt and lyrics by Tom Jone.
A look at what's going on in this week's national arts news.
I did sing with Madonna for Evita and you'll hear my voice, but it's coming out of someone else's mouth.
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.
“The Drowsy Chaperone” at the IU Auditorium is a very pleasant evening of musical theater that spoofs musical theater. The format is reminiscent of “Our Town,” but instead of a somewhat dignified and distant narrator describing Grover’s Corners we have a very personable, lonely young man, played by John West. WFIU's George Walker has the review.
The IU Auditorium plays host to the hit broadway musical "Mamma Mia!" this weekend. Ensemble member and understudy Stephanie Lynge, IU '92, talks about her undergrad days in Bloomington and singing in a "juke box musical."
Guests Sylvia McNair and Lisa Williamson join WFIU’s George Walker for an enthusiastic chat about opera, American Popular Song, musicals and the excitement of the “grey” areas.
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