Free will or predestination? Two plays plumb this existential conundrum from wildly different points of view.
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Between now and the new year, Indianapolis has opportunities to enjoy special holiday performances nearly every day of the week. Here are 25 we're hoping to catch.
Even though none of the characters grows or even changes much, they
’re so beautifully portrayed under Janet Allen’s direction that I left feeling refreshed and hopeful anyway.
Cynthia Pratt places Sinatra within the context of other entertainers, choreographing with zip, zap and zing, while David Hochoy focuses on the man himself.
world-class facility...dedicated to the scholarly study and highest standards of exhibition of film,
as the mission statement goes, will open in October. Kenneth Anger will be there, and he might get in a fist fight with John Ford's ghost.
This play creates a fictional interchange between Gore Vidal and Timothy McVeigh.
An appropriate opening to IRT's current rolling repertory of one-person plays, Pretty Fire takes us to the beginning: childhood.