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”
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”
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”
Tonight I was privileged to get a preview night look at “The Big Bang the Musical” from Actors Theatre of Indiana. This marvelous romp of a show runs January 28-February 20th at The Studio Theatre in Carmel. Tickets at atistage.org. The Big Bang is a delightfully frenetic romp. Two actors and an accompanist sing theirContinue reading “First Look: The Big Bang the Musical – Actors Theatre of Indiana”
Tonight I was lucky enough to drop in on Southbank Theatre Company’s staged reading of “Hello, Tommy?” by local playwright, Mary E. Karty. As a passionate outside observer, I’m always struck by the depth of the processes that go on to turn a play, written flat on a page, into a multi-dimensional, full blown stageContinue reading “Staged Reading for “Hello, Tommy?” by Mary E. Karty”
Almost 450 photos from Footlite Musical’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” are now available in my archives along with over 350 photos from American Lives Theatre’s “Admission”. Now that we have the obligatory links out of the way, let’s explore the question of what this means and why you might care.Continue reading “Archives for Putnam County and Admissions now available”
Footlite Musical’s production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee enters its final week of rehearsals. A very few tickets remain!
Magic arts have a home in Indy thanks to one man, the incomparable Taylor Martin. Introducing our photographic retrospective of magic in Indy