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Indiana Repertory Theatre

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IRT To Present Free Public Screening Of “Finding Home,” Followed by WFYI Broadcast

If you missed the “Sweet Corn Swing” the first time around, you’re in luck.

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11 Cultural Trail Delights That Make Us Smile

One dog-owner takes his Saint Bernard along on rides in a cart. Another lets his pooch scoot along on a skateboard. Even if you don’t cross paths with these regulars, chances are you’ll still see a creative rig.

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Best of Indy: Arts & Culture

After two sold-out performances at the Palladium in July, Pat McAfee swore he was punting on any future comedy evenings. Thankfully, that was a fake.

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Robert Kennedy’s Famous Speech Comes to Life at the IRT

The play arrives during a renewed national dialogue about race.

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Best of Indy: Arts & Culture

They say the best bands are greater than the sum of their parts. In the case of The Last IV, the parts are pretty excellent themselves.

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Best of Indy: 10 Holiday Pick-Me-Ups

The film selection sometimes strays a long way from the genre at Roving Cinema’s annual party. Even so, it’s one of our 10 Best of Indy holiday picks.

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Four Indy Theater Actors Share Favorite Roles

“There is something incredibly freeing about playing someone who has no rules and no boundaries,” says Ryan Artzberger.

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10 Great Indy Dinner-and-Theater Pairings

The artsy environs at the Alexander hotel make Cerulean the perfect place to discuss Mark Rothko’s play Red, showing at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.

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Final Cut: These Productions Barely Missed Coming to Indy Theaters

“We have a long-running list of plays we’re interested in, but where we sit in the pecking order as a nonprofit, we won’t get the rights to a lot of shows until the commercial world exhausts it,” says IRT artistic director Janet Allen.

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Please Be Seated: Six Great Indy Theater Chairs

Want more leg room at the IRT? Reserve an aisle seat or the back row of the balcony. The best view and sound, though, is—surprise—up in the balcony.

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Kyle Ragsdale Paints the IRT's New Season

The Indiana Repertory Theatre hired him to create an original work for each of its nine plays in 2014-2015, and his style couldn’t be more appropriate: “I tend to paint dramatic, mysterious paintings anyway.”

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IRT Play Channels Charming Vonnegut Characters

Using minimal props, lessons through song, and a stage size perfect for this occasion, the characters create an informal environment that gives the impression of improvisational theater.

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IRT Play Based on Anne Frank Shares Others' Experiences

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.

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A New Christmas Carol at Indiana Repertory Theatre

The cast welcomes a new Bob Crachit to the show, Mark Scheibmeir—a film and stage actor heralding from L.A.

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Q&A: Rob and Jen Johansen of IRT's Midsummer Night's Dream

The IRT’s performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream continue through May 12, and these two are in the thick of it.

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