New musical ‘Moses Man’ wraps up IU summer theater season with three performances

Post by IU Communications colleagues Karen Land and Milana Katic: Indiana Festival Theatre ends its 2014 season with the rare opportunity to see a new musical still in evolution. The musical also is unusual because its subject isn’t typical summer fare. “Moses Man” recounts a family’s harrowing but triumphant escape from Nazi-era Vienna. “Moses Man” will […]

Professor Michael Rushton’s new book helps arts administrators ensure that the price is right

As the director of arts administration programs at Indiana University, Michael Rushton often looks at the arts through the lens of economics. Now Rushton has narrowed his focus in the book “Strategic Pricing for the Arts,” published by Routledge. “Even in the nonprofit and public sectors, setting prices is an important source of revenue,” he […]

Start spreading the news – Four IU students travel to New York for show tune extravaganza

Guest post courtesy of IU Communications multimedia intern Milana Katic: On Aug. 21, four Indiana University student performers will travel to New York City to participate in the Sixth Annual Carner and Gregor Barely Legal Show-Tune Extravaganza. The show at the New York supper club 54 Below will consist of 11 of the best up-and-coming musical […]