One Night Only: Vaudeville Revue of 2022 at The District Theatre

For one night only, Clerical Error Productions brought a bit of history back to The District Theatre as they presented “Vaudeville Revue of 2022” The District crowd was delighted to see storytelling, burlesque, magic and comedy from the likes of local favorites such as Jason Adams, Jamahl Keyes, Minnie Ryder and Lola Lavacious.  Musical support was provided by JamesContinue reading “One Night Only: Vaudeville Revue of 2022 at The District Theatre”

Indy Theatre Photo Calendar for the week of April 3rd, 2022

This week’s shooting schedule promises to be a delight! American Lives Theatre is nearing completion on their latest, “Cost of Living” at Fonseca Theater so we’ll be looking in on them. It’s ALT so you know it’s going to be deeply thought-provoking! Over at The Cat they’re almost ready to go with “You’re a GoodContinue reading “Indy Theatre Photo Calendar for the week of April 3rd, 2022”

Show Announcement: Buck Creek Players’ “Fly Babies”

April 1 through 10th Buck Creek Players plays host to “Fly Babies” directed by Melissa DeVito. “Fly Babies” is the story of four female aviators newly inducted into the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs). The story confronts sexism, racism, and old prejudices that are still with us today. Tickets are available on the Buck CreekContinue reading “Show Announcement: Buck Creek Players’ “Fly Babies””

Show Announcement: Vaudeville Revue of 2022

Coming to The District Theatre next Saturday April 2nd for one night only, Clerical Error Productions presents: Vaudeville Revue of 2022. All these amazing folks who you’ve seen at previous Indy Ghost events will be there for your entertainment pleasure! The omni-talented Jason Adams!! The mystifying Jamahal Keyes!! The far too interesting to describe adequatelyContinue reading “Show Announcement: Vaudeville Revue of 2022”

First Look: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” at Mud Creek Players

Tonight I had the honor of taking a look at Mud Creek Player’s latest production, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” I’ve shot in this venue exactly once before and the first thing that struck me tonight is that the lighting and the set are divine photographer’s dreams. With that consistent, creamy lighting and a meticulouslyContinue reading “First Look: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” at Mud Creek Players”

Sunday Spoilers: Of Mice and Men and Love Birds

Photographing a stage production is an unparalleled honor. Not only do you get to, obviously, see the production, but often you get behind-the-scenes access to see the work as it develops. Also, you often come away with some eye-popping spoilers that you would never dream of posting before the production is over. In today’s segment,Continue reading “Sunday Spoilers: Of Mice and Men and Love Birds”

Last Call: Mice, Men, Birds, Bangs and Childhood Heroes Made From Pillows

As with all seasons, some must go so that new may grow. This weekend sees the closing of four of our covered shows. You have one last chance to see them on Sunday and then they’re gone forever! Catalyst Repertory closes “The Pillowman” at the IndyFringe Basile this Sunday. One theatregoer summed up the productionContinue reading “Last Call: Mice, Men, Birds, Bangs and Childhood Heroes Made From Pillows”

Jimmie “JJ” Walker at Irving Theatre

Tonight, in a rare change from the usual theatre haunts of the city, we had the immense pleasure to see the legendary Jimmy Walker, the actor behind J.J. Evans, dynamic star of the breakthrough 1970s comedy, “Good Times” as he visited the city courtesy of Mad Hatter Shows. The venue for tonight’s entertainment was theContinue reading “Jimmie “JJ” Walker at Irving Theatre”

First Look: Love Bird at The Phoenix Theatre

Before the recent Snowpocalypse 2022 I had the marvelous pleasure of visiting Indy’s Phoenix Theatre for a preview of their latest production, “Love Bird” by K.T. Peterson. Get your tickets at http://www.phoenixtheatre.org Greenwell’s portrayal of Nigel was a visual feast of human expression. During my time at the theatre I shot 1,300 frames and 800Continue reading “First Look: Love Bird at The Phoenix Theatre”

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