Though there is no dialogue, the students in the Immersive Learning Ballet Project this semester have created a muder mystery told entirely through dance.
An all-female cast and production team makes up the Cave Theatre’s latest show, “Top Girls.” Well, almost all females.
Before the dedication, the hall had no official name. It previously held art classes and is now used for theater and dance classes.
The show itself will not feature any dialogue at all — it's all singing and dancing. The music performances are a huge part of "Swing!" and are reflected both in the show and in the set.
Olivia Germann felt out of place as a highschooler in Downer’s Grove, Illinois — a village near Chicago. She realized she was pansexual (meaning she is attracted to any sex or gender), and most of her friends were straight. But if there was one place she fit in, it was at her hometown’s “Rocky Horror Picture Show” Shadow Cast show.
The performance gives students a chance to experiment with choreography before their capstone project.
A controlled chaos of shouting, slamming doors and (almost) broken dreams made up one of the last dress rehearsals of “[sic],” the newest play in the Strother Studio Series, before opening night Oct. 21.
The last practice before Air Jam is an exciting one for Outlet dance troupe. Some come to the studio in costume, clad in jean outfits and light-up sneakers to see how the clothing affects their dancing.
In the Cave Theatre’s latest production, the audience will follow the journey of one woman and her very different relationships with brother and son — two men with the same name.
Episode two really breaks open the season for me, centering around one of my favorite Litchfield inmates: Taystee, played by Danielle Brooks.
Season two of “Orange is the New Black” picks up a month after the finale’s end, where Piper beats down Pennsatucky with such barbaric force that it’s hard to breathe — much like the start of this season.
Whether you’re looking to add a touch of charm and class to a party or just want to feel like you’re having dinner with the Mad Hatter and Alice, here’s a guide that shows how to make a set of personal serving trays.
Eddie Izzard, who stops in Indianapolis this week with his “Force Majeure” tour, is anything but conventional.“I am starting with human sacrifice and asking the question, ‘Why the hell did we ever do that?’” Izzard said.