Fringe on Wheels is a whizzbang customized van complete with a foldout stage, stunning lights and an amazing sound system. Funded with a $49,000 Lilly Endowment grant, the van brings live theater, music, poetry readings and more to locations that might lack exposure to the arts.
In 2018 his Fonseca Theatre jumped headlong into a full season of plays focused on diversity and issue-driven theater, using Indy Convergence and other existing spaces. At the same time, Fonseca and his team purchased and began renovating a new theater.
Welcome to the 2019/2020 central Indiana arts season. I say that assuming you are an audience member and not one of the thousands of local arts professionals and talented non-pros. Many of those folks have already been hard at work creating and curating what you’ll see on stages and in galleries and experience elsewhere over the coming months.
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Rooms have proven wildly popular at museums in large cities worldwide; visitors have often waited in winding, hours-long lines that snake around museums to experience them.
The festival from Oct. 3-6 is about offering visitors a vast array of choices over 50 acres to celebrate autumn’s cultural and creative endeavors, stemming from farms, orchards, markets, wineries, breweries and farm-to-fork culinary arts.
On the brink of her final season with the ICO (and in the midst of a $2.2 million capital campaign), Eckhart took time for a chat with IBJ.
I’m happily overwhelmed by the number of events I anticipate attending and reviewing during the coming arts season. Take a look.
A highly selective, very subjective guide to the most promising arts and entertainment events on the way in the 2012-13 season.
From Earth Wind and Fire to Ernest Shackleton and from Mike Birbiglia to Martin Sheen, this promises to be a season to remember.
A sudden change in leadership at the Palladium, a new maestro for the ISO, and the impact of a big football game promise to have the Indy arts scene buzzing.
Introducing a subjective short-list of Indy’s clutch-hitting actors, all of whom have created magic in the past and will be seen on local stages this season. (with videos)
IBJ’s annual rundown of issues the A&E world will be obsessing about this year.
From Mary Poppins to Tyler Perry, and from Liza to the Leisure Kings, there’s a lot to fill up your A&E calendar. Get your planners out and start circling dates. Here are some of my early must-do front-runners.