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REVIEW: ‘The Whipping Man’ explores equality

It is 1865. The American Civil War is finally over, and Lincoln bestows freedom to the slaves. Overnight, newfound freedom and equality sweep through the nation. Or at least that’s how it would seem. In the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s production of Matthew Lopez’s “The Whipping Man,” issues of race, religion and social structure collide to

Indiana Repertory Theatre presents engaging “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”

There’s something about the thought of watching a classic that makes everyone snore. It’s not that the classics are boring; they have been loved for years. But people are always up for seeing something new, something exciting. In it’s opening production this season, the Indiana Repertory Theatre manages to give the audience the classic story