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"Pure Prine," the outstanding musical developed by Bryan Fonseca from the music of John Prine, will have an afterlife beyond its two Phoenix Theatre productions here in Indy.
This weekend, the show will play Madison, IN, at the Cultural Continuum at the former Fry Trading Company building. Original cast Tim Brickley, Tim Grimm, Jenni Gregory, Bobbie Lancaster, Jan Lucas and Michael Shelton will be taking the road trip. Details–and a look at the new poster–here. For my review of the Phoenix production, click here.
In other Phoenix news, it looks like both of the theater's performance spaces will be used for the 2011 Indy Fringe festival (last year, it was just the underground). The Phoenix main stage will be replacing the Marian Underground as the sixth Fringe venue.
The anything-can-happen summer event is now taking applications from performance groups. Details here.