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New show celebrates Nina Simone

It would be nearly impossible to sufficiently tell the story of Nina Simone in a single performance, and that’s not what Will and Justin...

Humorous new play explores race and family secrets

The Phoenix Theatre, Indiana’s only professional contemporary theatre, has a proud tradition of presenting productions that both challenge and entertain. The theatre’s latest dramatic...

Pushing the envelope

The Phoenix Theatre may seem like an inconspicuous little theater, but there is all kinds of drama that takes place there. The theater prides...
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