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From radio theater to slam poetry, attendees of the Fourth Street Festival of Arts and Crafts can hear spoken word performances Saturday and Sunday when the Writer’s Guild of Bloomington presents its seventh annual Spoken Word stage. The performance runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, and incorporates not only poetry, but fiction, storytelling, theater performances and more.
Behind every IU Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance production is 12 weeks of collaboration, design and construction the audience never sees.
The cast of "All the World's a Stage" performs scenes from "On the Twentieth Century" to benefit Fairview Elementary School. The 180 Fairview elementary students attended the dress rehearsal on Friday.
Actors portraying actors, clowns and music were all combined in the operatic and musical theater concert, “All the World’s a Stage: The Show-within-a-Show in Broadway and Opera.” Carlson-Palmer Productions performed the show Sunday night at the Fairview United Methodist Church.
Poets explored themes of anxiety, dead-end jobs and love ballads that take cues from professional wrestling at Prideslam, Pridefest's first poetry slam.
Students perform "Fountain Scenes" at Showalter Fountain Monday night. After the performance, the dancers and audience members ate cupcakes together.
IU junior Cameron Barnett approached Showalter Fountain from the middle of Seventh Street. He pondered the sculpture and surroundings, eyes wide as if in amazement. Those who noticed him watched and giggled. Then, he danced.
Drag queen Argenta Perón closed the set of the variety show "Va-Va-Va Vaudeville!" by climbing a hanging cloth and swinging out past the stage.
A year of theater, from “Urinetown” to video game-based play “Oregon Trail,” in Bloomington is entering another season of unprecedented work.
From the radio to the stage, "The War of the Worlds" — the infamous broadcast from 1938 — takes on a frightening new form. On Aug. 18 and 19, H. G. Welles' one-time radio show is coming to the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center.
Even the average Joe can fine something meaningful in Brett Ryback's premiere play "Joe Schmoe Saves the World."
The legacy that started in a garage is now coming to the stage.
Comedy and romance have collided all July at the Wells-Metz Theatre.
When it comes to theater at IU, there’s no shortage of events going on year-round. From comedies and dramas to opera, ballet and musicals, explore what IU has to offer while visiting.
For the first time in IU history, all five Beethoven concertos will be played at one event.
Before “Baby Driver” played, director Edgar Wright appeared on the theater screen.
A 1969 Woodstock ticket stub inspired Portugal. The Man to focus a new album around the ideas of that period — individual liberation and rebellion. The result is its newest album, “Woodstock.”
A punk band from across the pond and a DJ specializing in covers and remixes of Ginuwine’s 1996 single “Pony” came together Saturday, June 24, at the Void to raise money for local and regional refugee resettlement programs.
From New York to India, Dean Wirkerman has devoted his career to food.