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IRT presents R. Eric Thomas’ new play

“The Folks at Home,” a new sitcom-style play by R. Eric Thomas, explores themes of family and relationships through comedy. Making its Indianapolis debut, the...

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...

Paige Neely, onstage and offstage at the Phoenix Theatre

Onstage and offstage Paige Neely is making waves at the Phoenix Theatre Cultural Center. Neely wears many hats at the Phoenix Theater Cultural Center, both...

 IRT kicks off 51st season with “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” 

The Indiana Repertory Theatre is opening its 51st season with a new adaptation of “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” this fall.  Beyond its chilling season opener, the...

Actors Ink to debut “Grandmothers, Incorporated”

Throw away any stereotypes you may have about older folks because Actors Ink is here to prove them wrong. Written by local authors and playwrights...

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...

Know Your Entertainers: Sandra Gay

Sandra Gay began tap dancing at the age of six and teaching at the age of 12.  Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, she...

‘Do No Harm’: Local theater company tackling heavy issues through performance and discussion

Told from the perspective of health care professionals, “Do No Harm” provides a bipartisan perspective in the wake of the overturn of Roe v....
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