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Nate Powell hand inking closeup

On this [Indi]android Extra, Eisner Award-winning artist Nate Powell shows us his arsenal for creating comics the old fashioned way.

Suor Angelica

A perfect pairing of the sad sister and the rambunctious rascal for first time and experienced opera goers!

baby crawling in green grass

Antonia Matthew reads "For Eamon," "Nothing is Safe," "Morning with Eamon," "Circling for Peace," and "A Gift."

The Late Pat Gleeson with Stages Bloomington

'The Play is almost like a tone poem with spoken work, acted scenes and lots of singing' director Ansley Valentine

People in front of Terre Haute Brewing Co. in the 20th Century

In the early 20th century, Terre Haute garnered a reputation as a city full of sex, gambling and gangs. A new book is breaking down the city's sordid past.

Les Mis' Student Rebels

A new staging for the return of this long running show.

Gianni Schicchi

"Perfect first operas...TV sized episodes...a tragic drama and a rip roaring comedy..." Rose-Antoinette Bellino

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The Dos and Don'ts are more than a legendary Iowa rock band.

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Norman Krieger

A work described in its day as "the most admirable, singular,artistic and complex Beethoven concerto ever."

Nate Powell at drawing table

Eisner Award-winning graphic novelist Nate Powell walks us through how he brings a comic book page to life.

Robyn, Constance Macy and Sharon, Adrianna Cury

"It's a play with roles for two women in their fifties...storied-women!" director Daniella Wheelock

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Monroe County History Center in Bloomington.

Andrew Maughan as Rodolfo at IU

He's the bishop at the beginning, a student revolutionary, a voice warning the students and then a member of the establishment...fifteen costume changes in less than three hours!

Percival photo

If you like Monty Python...this is a show for you!

Chrissy, Carolynn Stouder with Zachery, Cameron Barnett

Part of the 'From the Ground Up' series supported by New Frontiers, IU College of Arts and Humanities Institute, Center for Rural Engagement, College of Arts and Sciences (Ostrom Grant)

Sara Gazarek

An annual salute to jazz and traditional pop Grammy nominee, including Jazzmeia Horn and Tierney Sutton.

Playwright Peter Gil-Sheriden and Director Jonathan Michaelsen

A play by Peter Gil-Sheridan that explores addiction in the IU Theatre's Ground Up Series

2019

Join the Ether Game Brain Trust for a look back at our favorite podcast moments in 2019

Pat Ryan

Moya Andrews speaks with Pat Ryan, about her time as First Lady of Indiana University, and what it was like to be a student at a school where your husband is president.

Keith Collins and Christopher Armijo with the Bray Harp

They're back in town.

Minnesota Orchestra

Jorja Fleezanis was the Concert Master of the Minnesota Orchestra from 1989 to 2009.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Indiana University Museum of Art.

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