On May 30, the Cirque de la Symphonie artist will perform alongside (actually, mostly above) the ISO at Hilbert Circle Theatre. We brought her down to Earth for a chat.
"When I’m supporting all my weight with my forearm, it may not look like much, but it isn’t easy. When my partner spins me like a helicopter, sometimes I get dizzy and feel like my eyeballs are going to pop out."
The ‘Believe’ cast member details what is shaping up to be a very busy year.
The Broadway star visited Bloomington to receive an award from his alma mater, and he talked to us about working with Robin Williams, his role on an NBC drama, and the fear that motivates him artistically.
The bronze-clinching slopestyle skier stops by IM to chat about dating, growing up in the Midwest, and what’s next for him.
"I really want people to know how my story started and the values and hard work that I embody," he says. "A lot of my friends are from these amazing mountain towns. I want people to know that where I come from, it’s different. I hope it says something about my character."
The coming and going of two sports stars, a slopestyle-skiing Olympic medalist and an NBA pro, respectively.
As the 30-year-old Pacers star, Granger, heads east to Philly, the Hoosier-bred Goepper, just 19 years young, is clearly ready to stake out his space in this state's sports lore.
One Hoosier hosted another on last night’s show.
The two-time X Games gold-medal winner claimed his second in slopestyle skiing over the weekend. He’ll also compete in Sochi at the Olympics next month.
The Indiana Repertory Theatre’s third go at And Then They Came For Me focuses on the story of Anne Frank’s closest companions.
IRT executive artistic director Janet Allen says the characters’ ages were considered when high-schoolers were cast in the roles of Young Eva and Ed. “This is about a child’s experience,” she says.