Lou Harry gives a rundown of current Broadway productions: King Kong, Mean Girls, and more
It's easy to see why this production of Rocky Horror is a fan favorite. From beginning to end, it honors the classic versions by seamlessly, and innovatively, incorporating cinematic effects and live performance. It's also a stellar production on its own merit without the rich cultural history.
"Greatriarchs of the Monon16: Pearl Carter" by Abi Ogle
"Bright Star" is an excellent fit for the Phoenix theater, maybe the best they've hosted in the venue, says reviewer Lou Harry. It’s a tuneful, unchallenging tale with its heart on its sleeve, peopled with a first-rate cast and given a warm production.
Steve Budd’s one man show explores the difficult territory of relationships.
At a recent Friday morning rehearsal for Dance Kaleidoscope’s Soul Sisters, coming to the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel Aug. 4-5, dancers are making last minute adjustments and running back and forth in period clothes that hearken back to the 1930s.
You could call it a collaboration between Indianapolis and Carmel Arts Communities.
To appreciate this face, a bit of Broadway knowledge might be helpful.
The new theater company will soon have a permanent home in Broad Ripple.
As Bryan Fonseca announces the formation of a new theater company, new questions are being asked of the Phoenix Theatre.
A one-night-only performance of Hoosier inflected country music and a run of Forbidden Broadway are in the offing.
This riveting production is the Phoenix's second in their new venue.
Maybe you’ll also inspire other artists (and your artist friends) to explore their talents as well.
The Phoenix Theatre Cultural Centre has a spartan look that communicates its mission.
The play is based on Barbara Ehrenreich’s book Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America.
The move from 749 N. Park Ave. to 705 N. Illinois St. is an exciting time for the performing arts organization.