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From Broad Ripple to Broadway: Indianapolis’ homegrown star

When Charles Browning was a kid growing up in Broad Ripple, he dreamed of someday making it big. Today that dream has come true. Born...

Black theater takes center stage for second year 

In 2021, OnyxFest staged six Black-led plays and tripled its audience size from its opening in 2020. Now, the plays can be streamed for...

IUPUI to launch publication centering Black theater

A new publication highlighting Black theater throughout Indiana is set to launch at IUPUI.  Black Stage is an initiative of the Africana Repertory Theatre of...

Local theater troupe brings NYC to Indy

When you think of the Cotton Club or Carnegie Hall, a few distinct images come to mind: Women in flapper dresses, boas, panty hose...

Freetown Village brings little known Lincoln lore to life

Thirteen years before he was elected this nation’s 16th President, Abraham Lincoln represented a Kentucky slave owner named Robert Matson in his attempt to...

Local Playwrights Shine at Onyx Fest

OnyxFest - Urban Theatre Festival  is Indianapolis' first and only theater festival dedicated to the stories of African American playwrights. The festival, an initiative...

Chivalry shines in theater performance of ‘Camelot’

Honor, chivalry and deception are a recipe for success at the Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre for its production of the Broadway classic “Camelot”...
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