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NAATC bringing ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ to Indy stage after 40 years

“Legendary blues meets risky business trapped in a chokehold of racism” in Naptown African American Theatre Collective’s next production. Written by August Wilson, “Ma Rainey’s...

Recorder Rewind: The best of Indy’s arts in 2023

Artists and creatives around Indianapolis have had a fairly significant year, from The Bicentennial Unity Plaza to Mike Epps’ “Buying Back the Block” to...

REVIEW: NAATC’s ‘Detroit ‘67’ delivers thoughtful narrative on Black experience

“Detroit ‘67” is a play everyone should see at least once. The Naptown African American Theatre Collective premiered Dominique Morisseau’s “Detroit ‘67” Aug. 24 at...

NAATC to debut Morisseau’s ‘Detroit ‘67’

Naptown African American Theatre Company is coming in hot as they premiere “Detroit ‘67” as the second show of their inaugural season. Written by African...

Naptown African American Theatre Collective premieres first show of the season

Indy’s first Black equity theater company, Naptown African American Theatre Collective, is presenting its inaugural show this weekend. Founding and producing director LaKesha Lorene said...

Loving Life talent agency highlights faith-based films

According to the Motion Picture Association of America, U.S. and Canadian box offices brought in an estimated $10.4 billion dollars in revenue last year....
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