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Faith Prince and Broadway colleagues soon to grace Palladium stage

February 26, 2020

As it turns out, musical theatre and cabaret star Faith Prince is no stranger to the Indianapolis area and may see lots of familiar faces in the audience when she joins fellow performers Andrea McArdle, Maureen McGovern and Donna McKechnie for “4Girls4: Broadway’s Leading Ladies”... read more

‘Sweeney Todd’ is a transcendent arts collaboration

February 24, 2020

I have had the great pleasure of reviewing numerous performing arts events at the Palladium, located at the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, ever since it opened in 2011. During that time I have witnessed many bravura performances by some of the most... read more

‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ offers high-octane, nonsensical escape

September 10, 2019

  Actors Theatre of Indiana has a penchant for presenting farcical comedies and it rarely disappoints. ATI’s current offering, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” is yet another example of its expertise at tickling the funny bone. The musical, which I saw Sunday, runs through Sept. 29 at... read more

‘Forbidden Broadway’ is a rollicking valentine to musical theatre

April 30, 2019

A highlight of last year’s theatre offerings was Actors Theatre of Indiana‘s production of “Forbidden Broadway,” the inaugural production at The District Theatre on Mass Ave operated by IndyFringe. Reprising their roles in that hit production are ATI founders Don Farrell, Judy Fitzgerald and Cynthia... read more

Lillian Baxter Enchants SRO Crowd at White Rabbit Cabaret

December 20, 2018

Rarely have I witnessed so much mutual love and connection as I did while attending “A Very Lillian Baxter Christmas,” not only from the performers on stage, but also from the sold-out crowd in attendance Monday at The White Rabbit Cabaret in Indy’s Fountain Square... read more

Sutton Foster shows off her Broadway pedigree in ISO Pops concert

October 24, 2018

Broadway megastar Sutton Foster was the headliner Saturday for an Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Pops concert, “An Evening with Sutton Foster,” led by Principal Pops Conductor Jack Everly at the Hilbert Circle Theatre. Though I have never seen her perform on Broadway, I had the great... read more

‘A Comedy of Tenors’ elevates slapstick to an art form

September 12, 2018

If you like action-packed screwball comedy that is broad and physical, then you will be as highly entertained as I was when I saw Actors Theatre of Indiana’s “A Comedy of Tenors,” Saturday at the Studio Theatre at the Center for the Performing Arts in... read more