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2018-19 Season Education and Engagement Theatre
‘Frankenstein’ production will address key morality question as part of Purdue’s Ideas Festival
Thursday, September 20, 2018
September 18, 2018 ‘Frankenstein’ production will address key morality question as part of Purdue’s Ideas Festival  WEST... [Read More]
2018-19 Season Chamber Music Music
The inspiration for Les Violons du Roy upcoming performance
Friday, September 14, 2018
This ensemble gives contemporary audiences their most authentic comparison to chamber music as initially heard by monarchs... [Read More]
2018-19 Season Jazz Music
The journey behind Alfredo Rodriguez’s “The Little Dream”
Friday, September 7, 2018
Humble Beginnings “The Little Dream,” the title track of Cuban pianist and composer Alfredo Rodríguez’s fourth... [Read More]
2018-19 Season Broadway Comedy Theatre
Creating a big production number
Wednesday, September 5, 2018
Night after night on Broadway, the fifth number in the hit show Something Rotten! earns an early standing ovation. It’s... [Read More]
2018-19 Season Broadway Comedy Theatre
Q&A with “Something Rotten!” associate director Steve Bebout
Q – Can you take me back to when you started working on the big show-stopping number “A Musical”? A – I work with... [Read More]
2018-19 Season Broadway Comedy Theatre
Q&A with “Something Rotten!” director and choreographer Casey Nicholaw
Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Q – What made you decide to say yes to Something Rotten!? Was it because of Kevin McCollum’s [producer] involvement and... [Read More]
2018-19 Season Broadway Comedy Theatre
Q&A with “Something Rotten!’s” Karey Kirkpatrick (Book, Music & Lyrics) and John O’Farrell (Book)
Q – Can you talk about the initial idea/concept? K – I think it was a series of conversations that happened over... [Read More]