Elvis has left the building — wearing a dress and high heels. In sequined jumpsuits and catchy tunes, Cardinal Stage Company’s The Legend of Georgia McBride will knock you out — just as it knocks down preconceived notions of normality. Following the all-female cast of The Merchant of Venice last fall, The Legend of Georgia McBride furthers Cardinal Stage’s mission to be on the forefront of celebrating diversity in race, sexual orientation, and gender. Click here to read more!
Even before Bill Monroe's first “Blue Grass Celebration” in 1967, Bean Blossom, Indiana, was a home to the style of music Monroe created. Fifty years later, it’s still considered the cradle of bluegrass music. As writer Samantha Eibling tells it, Monroe’s — and Bean Blossom’s — influence reaches far and wide. Click here to read the full story.