NewsArts & Culture / July 30, 2019

Live Local Theater Returns To Broad Ripple In August

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In "Still Singing Those Weary Blues," by Ball State University Professor Angela Jackson-Brown, Nefertiti “Doll Baby” Gayarré returns to her home in New Orleans hoping to restart her failing singing career. - Provided by Jackson Brown Entertainment

In "Still Singing Those Weary Blues," by Ball State University Professor Angela Jackson-Brown, Nefertiti “Doll Baby” Gayarré returns to her home in New Orleans hoping to restart her failing singing career.

Provided by Jackson Brown Entertainment

Live local theater returns to Broad Ripple in August. WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with Ball State University professor Angela Jackson-Brown. Brown is also a playwright. She combines her love of theater and education with her nonprofit group Jackson Brown Entertainment.

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