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Views, news and reviews of the performing arts, chiefly in central Indiana
Views, news and reviews of the performing arts, chiefly in central Indiana

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Variegated, inspiring and intense, 'Indecent' opens the final part of Phoenix Theatre's season
After the splash of "God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater" linked Phoenix Theatre history from the old era to a new one last month and had Vonnegutites genuflecting toward North Illinois Street, the first post-transition production to come to the new facility's mai...
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Paula Vogel's prizewinning play examines a slice of theatrical history that also illuminates the difficult adjustment of European Jews to the New World.
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'Indecent' opens the final part of Phoenix Theatre's season
After the splash of "God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater" linked Phoenix Theatre history from the old era to a new one last month and had Vonnegutites genuflecting toward North Illinois Street, the first post-transition production to come to the new facility's mai...
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Cincinnati's production of "La Traviata" shows a large vision of earthly glamour and tragedy.
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'La Traviata' opens renovated Music Hall for Cincinnati Opera season
Alfredo (Ji-Min Park) woos Violetta (Norah Amsellem) the courtesan he's admired from afar. Never before have I enjoyed the opportunity of seeing two different productions of a core-repertoire opera within 15 days. Endless comparisons could be made, but in c...
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Rodgers & Hart were dreaming of a small hotel, but Donald Trump thinks big, and he wants Kim Jong Un to think big along with him.
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There Are Big Hotels (to come), and many fine condos, on North Korea's beaches: just listen to POTUS!
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Bach violin-keyboard sonatas shine in a new recording, but I can't help bringing into play my mixed affection for an LP set of more  than four decades ago.
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Getting in depth with Bach's violin-keyboard sonatas: Vinikour and Pine join forces in two-CD set
In J.S. Bach, there is always at least as much as meets the eye (or ear). Everything can be heard, and often its relationship to its surroundings is immediately evident as well. But – it's time to embrace the cliché— there's always more than meets those two...
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Eclipse's production of 'Dogfight" at the IndyFringe Theatre evokes the Vietnam War and the lingering toxicity of machismo.
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