Hope Arthur has lived with music and without, and she’s found what works and is pursuing her dream of creating the Hope Arthur Orchestra.
U.R.B. has built a great catalog of songs over its members’ years playing together, and they’ve recorded it for us to enjoy any time.
Friendship is as important as music to Fawn Liebowitz’s long and successful musical career.
Dancer Tracy Tritz can’t remember ever not wanting to be a dancer, but her discovery of choreography has been a nice surprise.
It took a nudge from his actress wife, but Robert Haluska went onstage here without any classroom training and has learned the craft from his directors.
She danced in the streets of New York City, and now Kara Wilson is back home at North Side High School leading the program that gave her a career to cherish.
The future’s sounding great for the End Times Spasm Band.
Susan Domer has plenty else to do, but she just can’t imagine life without the joy and learning of theater.
Freestyling with EART and its growing fan base
Emmanuel Ortiz works for change with poetry as a tool.
Jimmy Mitchell thanks the teacher whogot him on stage — because he found a home there.
The time is very obviously right for a group like the Beef Manhattans to share their great love for jazz with the rest of us.
Dan Ross saw the handwriting on the wall 30 years ago and turned his considerable talents to playing the trumpet. He has other talents, too, which he also generously shares with Fort Wayne.
Accomplished actress Victoria Adams-Zischke brings a professional’s polish to IPFW’s theater students.
Allan Miller and Hubie Ashcraft have Fort Wayne in their hearts and Nashville in their sights as Allan & Ashcraft.
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer and submitted
Photography by Jeff Minard, Tara Spencer, Theresa Thompson and submitted