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IU Theatre premiered “Three Sisters” this Friday at the Wells-Metz Theatre. The show runs from Oct. 13 to Oct. 21, with tickets starting at $10 for students.
Larger-than-life personalities — and wigs — are coming in French operetta “L’Etoile,” which runs from Oct. 13 to Oct. 21 at the Musical Arts Center. Tickets start at $12 for students.
Anton Chekhov’s play “Three Sisters” is not just the story of three sisters.
The first-ever fully staged production of the farcical comedy “Beating a Dead Horse” is taking place at Bloomington Playwrights Project.
From exile to estrangement, Professor Marcos Lucas’ opera “Stefan and Lotte in Paradise: A Collaborative Opera Project” details a true story of a couple’s exile from Nazi Germany during World War Two.
Restrooms and revolution were the focus of IU Theatre’s production of “Urinetown.”
Ten venues and a 10-block area made up the site for the 24th annual Lotus World Music and Arts Festival.
Lavish horse funerals and terrifying taxidermy are the subjects of "Beating a Dead Horse," which will open Bloomington Playwright Project’s 2017-18 season Sept. 28.
A dancer stood on a staircase 20 feet above the stage. She looked down at a group of dancers. Then, she took off in a sprint and dove to the ground. She was horizontal when the group caught her, mere feet from the ground.
After a top 10 finish on "America’s Got Talent," dance group DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion is coming to Bloomington.
“It’s a privilege to pee,” reads the tagline for “Urinetown.”
When Indianapolis-born author Kurt Vonnegut tried to publish a particular story in 1958, his agent Knox Burger gave him a piece of advice. “Save it for the collection of your works which will be published when you become famous,” he said. “Which may take a little time.”
Before author George Saunders even stepped onstage, he received a warm welcome from the audience, who applauded his newest work, “Lincoln in the Bardo."
Whether seducing a wife on her wedding night or recounting the 2,065 sexual conquests he’s kept track of, “Don Giovanni” delivers drama and laughter.
Big hair and big personalities are coming to the stage, as “The Odd Couple (Female Version)” opens at the Rose Firebay of the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center on Friday.
Among sex, singing and sword-fighting, Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” is widely considered “the perfect opera,” and it is opening at the Musical Arts Center on behalf of the Jacobs School of Music on Friday.
Brewtube Comedy will brew up some laughter this Tuesday at Upland Brewing Company’s Wood Shop. Hosted by comedian Dwight Simmons, Brewtube Comedy is a YouTube traveling web show that features local comedians and showcases local breweries.
At 15 years old, Rory Block left her home in Manhattan to play guitar across the country. At 67 years old, she came to Bloomington.
The performers of Dancing with the Celebrities might not be world famous, but they'll take to the stage in the same fashion as the celebrities on "Dancing with the Stars" this weekend.
The Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center will bring one of America's most beloved cartoon characters to the stage Sept. 8 with the premiere of “Garfield: The Musical with Cattitude."