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‘Blood memory’ defined in one-woman show at IRT

October 22, 2019

It was a banner weekend for people of color on the Indianapolis theatre scene. Thai American playwright Prince Gomolvilas’ “The Brothers Paranormal” opened Friday at Fonseca Theatre Company, a platform for minority voices.  On that same night, Indiana Repertory Theatre presented the Midwest premiere of... read more

‘Diary of Anne Frank’ hits close to home

February 1, 2019

As I watched “The Diary of Anne Frank,” which I saw at Indiana Repertory Theatre on opening night,  January 25, I couldn’t help but reflect on the horrendous impact of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, which resulted in a woman being run over... read more

‘Pipeline’ looks at race and education through a universal lens

October 25, 2018

What struck me most about Dominque Morriseau’s “Pipeline,” a searing drama, which I saw Friday at the Indiana Repertory Theatre‘s Upperstage, was not only how critically relevant it is, but also how riveting and intensely acted it was. Thoroughly enlightening and a must-see theatrical experience,... read more