A New Year’s Resolution: Living Body Positive
“Body positivity” is a philosophy, a movement, and, perhaps most of all, a commitment to how one looks at their body. Looking ahead to 2018, writer Jennifer Pacenza considered past resolutions, which ultimately made her feel worse about herself. But with the help of others in Bloomington, she has resolved to be more body positive. Click here to read the full story.
Behind the Curtain: Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville
It’s a juggernaut! It’s a celebration of Bloomington’s amazing talent! It’s an extravagant array of performers — jugglers, dancers, comedians, aerial acrobats, burlesque performers, musicians, and even clever canines! It’s Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville! Jennifer Pacenza takes you Behind the Curtain of this variety show playing this weekend at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater. Click here to read the full story.
Behind the Curtain: The Joy of Summer Theater
Attending summer theater allows us to truly enjoy the moment, says Jennifer Pacenza in her Limestone Post column, Behind the Curtain. And local theater lovers have many shows to choose from in the next few months. In this preview of the IU Summer Theatre season, Jennifer says the lineup promises some “lasting summer memories.” Click here to read the full story.
Behind the Curtain: ‘My Children! My Africa!’
New York Newsday
describes Athol Fugard’s play My Children! My Africa!
as “One of the theatre’s most affecting dissections of social upheaval.” Art of Africa, a new Bloomington theater company, brings the powerful play, directed by Murray McGibbon, to the John Waldron Arts Center. Jen Pacenza gives her preview in Behind the Curtain. Click here to read the full story.