Whether to join the union has always been a dilemma for regional actors, but in Indianapolis the decision is even more difficult as non-union professional theaters proliferate and offer plum roles to build experience.
Sparks fly because these people’s different experiences—the lives they’ve led, choices they’ve made, and ways they’ve opted to remember and/or forget their pasts—actually conflict.
A wordless “Peter Pan,” pianists in competition, and a musical “Idiot” among potential highlights in coming months.
The IRT is aiming for a younger audience, staging James Still’s adaptation of Margery Williams' classic children's book "The Velveteen Rabbit" for the preschool set in its underused cabaret space.
Steven Stolen, a former managing director of the Indiana Repertory Theatre, will work as an independent contractor for 25-30 hours per week until the target Oct. 1 completion of the evaluation.
Sure-footed and with no real desire to explore new territory, Ken Ludwig’s ‘The Game’s Afoot,’ grafts a fictional mystery onto a real-life actor.
Before he was a literary icon, Vonnegut was a struggling writer finding his voice through short stories. Three are woven together into the play “Who Am I This Time?”
Plus season openering reviews for “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” at the Phoenix and NoExit’s “Big Bad Wolf.”
Managing Director Steven Stolen will leave the repertory theater for a position with Rocketship Education. Other local performing arts executives stepping down are John Pickett of the Indianapolis Opera and Kirk Trevor of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra.
A pack of conferencing critics had their eyes opened to Indy’s arts pleasures. In turn, they opened my eyes to some things I shouldn’t take for granted.
Opera star Sylvia McNair offers subtle take on “Send in the Clowns.”
Recently, I dug into the books of three Indiana writers who beat the odds.