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Theatrical Avenue Makes Its Debut

You could say it’s a store that’s ready for its close-up.

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Q&A With A Book Of Mormon Star

“I’ve seen a dad try to cover his daughter’s eyes and ears because he didn’t know what he had brought her to.”

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The New Phoenix Theatre Rises — It’s One Hell Of A Rebirth

Rise for a standing ovation to this dazzling new space.

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Q&A: Tim Hunt Of Hedwig and the Angry Inch

“I find glitter on my face for days—I’m at work the next morning finding little specks of glitter,” says Tim Hunt, who plays Hedwig. Oh yeah, and he works in finance.

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A Festival Presents An Optimistic Vision For 16th And The Monon

You can’t wipe out poverty with the flick of a pen. Nor can you replace thousands of peeling shingles with seven hours of theater. But a temporary transformation that might lead to a more permanent one? A neighborhood can tackle that. A tenacious group of community leaders, performing arts professionals, and residents will come together […]

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Indy Shakes Presents Free “As You Like It” In White River State Park

If you came for the pumpkin pants, As You Like It director Ryan Artzberger is sorry to disappoint you. “There will be no pumpkin pants and tights in As You Like It,” says the veteran Shakespeare actor and first-time director. But beer? Strongly encouraged. And not just your run-of-the-mill suds—a special Sun King “As You […]

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Five Ways To Celebrate Wonder Woman Day In Indianapolis

5 Ways to Celebrate Wonder Woman Day in Indy The new live action film Wonder Woman soars into theaters today, and DC Entertainment has declared June 3 Wonder Woman Day in honor of the Amazon princess. More than 2,000 comic shops, libraries, and bookstores across the globe will celebrate the DC heroine’s first solo movie […]

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Hot Seats: How to Do Hamilton Chicago

With legwork and willingness to brave the elements, you can stage a hit weekend without much fuss.

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Video: Mike Pence Attends ‘Hamilton,’ Gets Lectured

“We, sir—we—are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights,” said actor Brandon Victor Dixon.

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What We’re Really Doing This Weekend: The Light Festival, Dig IN, and Mab Graves’s Pop-Up

Exotic food, new beer, and how to see downtown’s first-ever light show.

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Résumé: Alan Cumming

A look into the eclectic career of Alan Cumming, including that Romy and Michele dance, his Cabaret days, and his award-winning cologne called Cumming.

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Civic Pride

This fall, Civic Theatre turns 100. Here’s a look back at its first century.

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Hot Tickets: Eight Indy Art Experts Share Their Fall Picks

“I can’t wait for the Indianapolis Museum of Art ‘Project IMA Fashion Show’ on October 9. It’s truly one of the best-produced fashion events in our city—a must-see!”

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Indianapolis Opera Stages a Comeback

Larry Legend loves opera? There’s a twist as unexpected as the one in Oedipus Rex. “Why not support the arts?” Bird says. “It’s important for the city and everyone who lives here.”

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ISO and Guests Breathe Fresh Life into Yuletide Celebration

It remains a wonderfully hopeful and care-releasing show in the Symphony’s season, apt to melt even the most resistant audience member’s icy viscera.

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