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“The King and I” returns to the Beef and Boards stage 

The classic love story of Anna and King Mongkut has returned to Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre.  On stage now through May 19, Rodgers and...

Tony-Award winning musical ‘Hadestown’ coming to Indianapolis

“It’s an old song,” and the cast of the Broadway National Tour are “gonna sing it again” for Hoosier audiences. Clowes Memorial Hall is transforming...

Indianapolis Black Theatre Company to debut with ‘Platanos y Collard Greens’

Indianapolis’ theater scene is growing as a new company joins the ranks.  Indianapolis Black Theatre Company (IBTC), spearheaded by Founding Artistic Director Ben Rose, is...

IRT presents play based on artist Frida Kahlo

Opening this week, the Indiana Repertory Theatre is presenting “Frida … A Self Portrait,” starring Brazilian artist Vanessa Severo. Onstage now through April 7 in...

REVIEW: NAATC gives breathtaking performance of ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’

August Wilson’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is onstage at the Phoenix Theatre Cultural Center March 8-24. Set in a 1927 recording studio in Chicago, Ma Rainey...

This Weekend in the Arts: March 1-3

March is creeping in with warmer temperatures, signaling an early spring in Indianapolis. From First Fridays to live theater, jazz shows and vintage festivals,...

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...

REVIEW: Beef and Boards brings ‘Beautiful’ to life 

Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre is celebrating the life and legacy of Carole King, one of the most successful female songwriters of the late...

Paw Patrol Live to take the stage in Indy

Paw Patrol Live! “The Great Pirate Adventure” is bringing all the fun of the hit TV show to Indianapolis. Presented by Nickelodeon and VStar Entertainment...

Broadway in Indianapolis to present ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ 

Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” is coming to Indy. Adapted for the stage by Aaron Sorkin in 2018, “To Kill a Mockingbird” first debuted...
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