Our new weekly feature finds two local productions vying for theatergoers' hearts and minds.
Posted May. 21
We talk bullying in the arts, app creation, and Kevin Williamson's stand against a googling audience member.
C. Andrew Mayer’s "Major leadership changes are coming" sparked plenty of conversation last week. Here's a sampling of the most fascinating feedback.
New York City comes to Bloomington in a new "On the Town," but is it anything worth writing home about?
It's more than just "old folks singing" - the artists of "Alive & Kickin" represent a living document of local theater history.
Posted May. 14
The old Playlist is up and running, but this might be only temporary ...
Posted May. 14
Chris Kluwe's fringe fundraiser appearance, talking about Kickstarter, and the media's effect on a production.
Playlist editor Ira Brooker attempts to end the culture wars between sports fans and arts lovers.
Our look at transitions in local theater continues as outgoing Mu Performing Arts Artistic Director Rick Shiomi looks to his freelance future.
Find talent for your next project. Get hired. The talent list works:
“I got hired to edit video for Dominique Serrand and Steve Epp. Kick ass.”
—Ben McGinley, videographer
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