“Ring of Fire” features more than 30 Johnny Cash tunes in addition to a bit of biography.
Two strong musical productions hit area stages
For vacation this year, I took a trek to Verona, Ilyria, Broadway and a tropical island that housed buried treasure.
What would happen if, say, a playwright, a video artist, a sculptor and a musician got together for a few weeks to try to create something without concern about who would see the final product … or even if there were a final product?
A look inside the new mobile touring exhibition and a new book on Presidential visits to Indiana.
American Writers Museum includes Vonnegut, Riley and even a few scribes not from Indiana.
One of the classics in the thriller genre still has some life in it.
Plus, ‘Mad Mad Hercules’ takes a non-Disney look at the mythological hero.
A mascot museum, a hydroplane race and new sections of an existing southern Indiana cave are among the newest adventures awaiting tourists.
With a flower show outside supplemented by exhibitions focusing on birds, you might question the very nature of the IMA.
A batch of interesting fantasy films have crept into the cineplexes in the often-shallow, post-Oscar/pre-Memorial Day period.
“Circus … Starring YOU” offers a three-ring fantasy of circus life with just enough well-integrated physics lessons.
The Student Invitational includes work from the Herron School of Art, Notre Dame, and more.
A few generations ago, Broadway audiences were more generous toward good-enough shows that weren’t spawned from movies and didn’t have marketable gimmicks.