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The perils of success in Nina Raine’s Rabbit

Someone asked me the other day, “How do you define success?” I replied something glib like, “I don’t know if I believe in it.” What I meant was that no matter how much success a person has, there’s always some new job, new problem, new endeavor to explore. Success, in other words, is fleeting. Impermanent. And yet, the word “success,” to me, implies that something is finished, done, resolved. Imagine: You’re finished with a project. You’re proud of yourself! But how long does that pride last? Perhaps “that thing you did last year” was successful, but what’s next? Another “thing”? Another “success”? Are you successful if you don’t do more to sustain that success? Or perhaps surpass it?

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Cast announcement: Rabbit

We are so thrilled to announce the cast of Rabbit by Nina Raine! Thank you to all who auditioned! It’s Bella’s twenty-ninth birthday. Friends and former lovers meet for a

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Why should you see new plays?

As theatre reopens, what sort of plays are you going to go see? Do you want to see something that you know will be pretty good — like a revival of an old Broadway musical? Or do you want to risk it and see something you’ve never heard of?

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Committed to the Stream

Since theatre reopened in Indianapolis, there have been a number of shows I wanted to see, but I couldn’t. My first instinct was to ask, “Will it be filmed?” I

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Theatre = Community

Yesterday, one of the local theatres, NoExit, announced that they were giving away some of their store of props, furniture, flats, platforms, etc., and asked if anyone would like to

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