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Tensions of modern espionage play out in IRT's 'Miranda'

By John Lyle Belden

Meet Susanna Jones, known to some as Dana Sanders, and to her mother as “Miranda,” in the spy thriller by that name by Indiana Repertory Theatre playwright in residence James Still on the IRT upper stage through April 23. 488 more words

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"Miranda" at IRT

reviewed by Ken Klingenmeier

James Still, IRT’s playwright-in-residence for the past 19 years, authors the company’s latest offering for The Upperstage – Miranda. The play is the final installment in Still’s trilogy about an extended family. 451 more words

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Ibu Rumah Tangga

Ternyata oh ternyata menjadi ibu rumah tangga itu luar biasa sibuknya. Pekerjaan tiada henti selama 24 jam. Seputar anak, seputar suami, seputar dapur, seputar kamar tidur, seputar kamar tamu, seputar kamar mandi…. 594 more words

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Triple-timing playboy in for bumpy landing in IRT's 'Boeing Boeing'

By John Lyle Belden

Everybody has a fool-proof system, until they are proven the fool. In “Boeing Boeing,” the popular farce by Marc Camoletti on the beautifully-set stage of the Indiana Repertory Theatre, Bernard (Matt Schwader) has the perfect love-life arrangement. 318 more words

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"Boeing Boeing" at IRT

reviewed by Ken Klingenmeier

The Indiana Repertory Theatre hits its mid-season stride with Marc Camoletti’s classic 1962 farce, Boeing Boeing. The production draws together the considerable talents of director Laura Gordon, in her first foray with IRT, with a wonderfully matched corps of actors and actresses, resulting in a precisely staged and genuinely hilarious occasion. 537 more words

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Belajar Tanpa Henti Untuk Menerima dan Mengikhlaskan

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Boy overcomes inner blindness in IRT's 'The Cay'

By John Lyle Belden

It is interesting when a theatre, for its show during Black History Month, stages a production that gets us to think about race in a bigger context than the typical American struggle of black/white. 462 more words

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