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OnyxFest celebrates the African-American tradition of storytelling

In the world of theater, stories that authentically reflect the Black experience can be few and far between. That’s what inspired Angela Jackson Brown,...

OnyxFest features Gil Scott-Heron play

You know how the saying goes: If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. Veteran playwright Nicole Kearney took that...

OnyxFest features Gil Scott-Heron play

You know how the saying goes: If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. Veteran playwright Nicole Kearney took that...

Get a taste of the arts on Mass Ave.

All actors, actresses, singers, comedians and all other theatrical performers have the chance to showcase their talents on stage at the IndyFringe Fest.IndyFringe, located...

Mass Ave lightbox to feature work of Indianapolis-based artist

INDIANAPOLIS—Situated on the historic Survive Alive Fire Station at 748 Massachusetts Ave. is a 237 square foot lightbox that annually showcases the work of...
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