Before the spunky Fiona showed her true colors in “Shrek,” fairy-tale tropes were turned upside down in “The Paper Bag Princess.” Ben Asaykwee’s theatrical adaptation does it justice.
Separated from most of its fellow International Marketplace eateries by Interstate 65, Chapati features recipes passed down through generations.
A new structure will allow for more canal-side programming for the museum, including concerts, storytelling, art projects, poetry readings and interactive activities.
There are no “Cash for Gold” placard-wearers in the “Gold! Riches and Ruin” exhibition. But a clear message is nonetheless delivered
I didn’t give the pour-over coffee trend serious thought until I stumbled into Hubbard and Cravens’ coffee bar on the ground floor of the Barnes and Thornburg building.
The individuals in the quintet have had to work around busy academic and performance schedules, which means Icarus Ensemble plays publicly together only about a dozen times a year.
Who besides weary male travelers temporarily housed in nearby hotels is likely to go to a breastaurant—er, restaurant—where the defining elements are the physical attributes of the wait staff?
Bent Rail Brewery is not officially the cafeteria for The Speak Easy. But it might as well be.
This adaptation, by R. Hamilton Wright and David Pichette, largely takes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle at his words, honoring his best-known Holmes adventure with a patiently paced, witty-but-not-silly script.
Have you ever gone to a concert and thought, “Well, that was OK. But I don’t get what all of these people are screaming about?”
Executive Director Elise J. Kushigian replacement will oversee not just the 2,200-seat performing arts landmark, but three additional theaters as well.