The New Phoenix Theatre Rises — It’s One Hell Of A Rebirth
Rise for a standing ovation to this dazzling new space.
Change the City: Pick Your Passion
Because if you care, other people probably will, too. Consider these 11 pet causes and what locals are doing to support them.
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.
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.
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.
Nine Can't-Miss 2014 IndyFringe Performances
This year’s Indy Fringe includes bike races, puppets, dead presidents, and a closet full of anti-Semitic squirrels.
Cage Match: Phoenix Theatre's Latest
Bryan Fonseca and Jeff Martin transform the stage into an apocalyptic boxing ring. With the audience on both sides of it, theatergoers will be much closer to the action than usual.
Award-Baiting Play 'I and You' Now Playing at Phoenix Theatre
“The moral of it is very much related back to what Whitman is trying to teach—that everyone is a part of everything, everywhere,” says Katherine Shelton (Caroline). “No one really dies, because everyone lives.”
Phoenix Theatre Players Take On Tough Roles in 'Tribes'
The show’s themes center on the deaf community. Says lead actor Andrew Martin, “The play shows the wonderful things that can happen when someone finds their voice.”
Our Top 5 Photo Albums of 2013
Meet the Flockers—Indy’s urban chicken farmers—plus look back on Indy 500 Snake Pit hijinks, the State Fair food romp, and a pair of brew-drenched events.
Not long ago, we in Indy bid farewell to her. But bringing the human condition of suffering to light and finding the humor within the pain are two reasons she says she couldn’t turn down the role of Sonia.
Review: Love, Loss, and What I Wore at Phoenix Theatre
Including the complexities of when to wear white (“Just never wear white”)and the perplexity of the sleeveless turtleneck (“Are you hot or are you cold? Make up your mind!”).
Review: Dos Fallopia at Phoenix Theatre
Koch and Platt opened their performance as pair called the Polka Dots, who “put the fun back in funeral” at an Indiana-based funeral convention. The two kept the satire local …
Photos: 2013 Brew-Ha-Ha Festival
The annual suds-and-fundraising event benefits the Phoenix Theatre and featured more than 25 breweries taking part in four hours of beer-swilling fun.
REVIEW: Clybourne Park at Phoenix Theatre
The brilliance of this play lies in understanding that, as an audience, we aren’t laughing at the ethnicity, tragedy, or handicap of the characters. Rather, it allows us the chance to laugh at ourselves for our own prejudices and judgments.