“Ring of Fire” features more than 30 Johnny Cash tunes in addition to a bit of biography.
The talented company seems ready for anything the audience throws back at them.
Plus a bigamist in Beef & Boards’s “Run for Your Wife” and “Lloyd and Harvey’s” variety show at the White Rabbit.
Thoughts on the Phoenix Theatre’s “Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play” and Beef & Boards’ “Smoke on the Mountain: Homecoming”
An example of adaptation done right, "Crazy for You" honors the original, combining great songs, high-energy dance, silly comedy and a big heart, whipping it all up in a colorful, smile-inducing froth.
This week, I empty the notebook with thoughts on the IMA's contemporary galleries, a furniture show at the State Museum, a Beef &Boards farce and an ambitious new CD.
Experiencing the blockbuster from 12 feet from the stage, I appreciated it even more. And, no, I didn’t steal any bread from the buffet.
Gospel musical “Smoke on the Mountain” once again a dinner-theater highlight.
Language and content aren’t the only thing shocking about the hit musical, now playing in Chicago.
Taking a break from the typical B&B fare, “Jack Milo’s Baggy Pants Burlesque” begins knowingly, with a wife dragging her husband to the theater.
A new maestro sparks the ISO, plus thoughts on Indiana Repertory Theatre’s “Dracula” and Beef &Boards’ “Singin’ in the Rain.”
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)