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Love Jones The Musical comes to Indy

Darius Lovehall and Nina Mosely, played by Larenz Tate and Nia Long, respectively, thrilled audiences two decades ago in the classic Black film “Love...

Musical ‘Hairspray’ tackles integration issues of 1960s

In the early 1960s, the only Black and white combination on most television shows came from the lack of color on the screens. There...

‘I SEE A STAR IN YOU’

Okay, maybe you haven’t reached superstar status yet. But everyone will have a chance to be a star for an evening during the Karaoke...

Obama musical set to open in Germany

A musical about Barack Obama's "Yes we can" election campaign premieres in Germany this weekend, including love songs by the president to his wife...

Musical to celebrate Turner’s legacy

Phenomenal is a word that many people who knew Robert Turner would use to describe his contributions. The Indianapolis native gained national acclaim as...

Dancehall dreams: The roots of reggae

The small nation of Jamaica had its social issues, and, like the very best of art's creations, the discontent gave rise to a musical...
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