Guess what? The Indianapolis Civic Theatre’s production of “Schoolhouse Rock Live!” is coming back for a week in October with the original cast from last April! You know me: I don’t usually get excited about shows for kids but I am excited about this one because of who is in it. The cast includes Phillip Armstrong, Craig Underwood, Diane [...]
Last Saturday night, my friend Dawn and I went to see the musical “Camelot” at the Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Neither of us had seen it before, even though when it appeared on Broadway in 1960 it won four Tony Awards and has since become a theatre classic [...]
Last Thursday night I drove to the White Rabbit Cabaret in the Fountain Square neighborhood on the near south side of Indianapolis to see the full-length version of the hugely popular 2010 Indy Fringe comedy, “The Boy in the Basement.” It was written by Katharine Heller and first produced at the 2008 New York Fringe [...]
Last Sunday I drove south to Bloomington, Indiana to see the professional Cardinal Stage Company’s presentation of a drama called “The Grapes of Wrath.” It was directed by Cardinal’s Artistic Director Randy White, using Frank Galati’s stage adaptation of John Steinbeck’s 1940 Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
On Friday, September 3, 2010 I drove over to the Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace to see Actors’ Theatre of Indiana’s presentation of “Rounding Third,” written by Richard Dresser and directed by Don Farrell. ATI is the only fully professional theatre company in Hamilton County.