During this past summer’s Indianapolis Fringe Festival, Bloomington’s Diane Kondrat reigned supreme. Her two-woman show, created with Eric Pfeffinger, was the runaway theatrical hit. Diane talks with host Deb Kent about the process of creating a prize winning script, performing physically demanding social satire, and how plans for future performances at fringe festivals throughout the US and in Europe are going. Diane’s play is scheduled for two New Year’s Eve performances at the John Waldron Arts Center Rose Firebay in Bloomington. Among other topics covered in the show: the trouble many people have with women doing comedy, the evolving theatre scene in Bloomington, and her work bringing interactive theater to prisoners.
Books Unbound – A Piece of Earth Is My Birthright: Writings from Native American Women for Thanksgiving
The Yankton Sioux writer Zitkala-Sa attended Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, in the 1890s. “Zitkala-Sa” …