The Horizon

Derby Dinner Playhouse fires up audience with a “Disco Inferno,” dances the night away during its production of “Saturday Night Fever”

Photo provided by Derby Dinner Playhouse.

Sydney Randall, News Editor

February 22, 2020

Clarksville’s Derby Dinner Playhouse put on a powerhouse opening-night performance of “Saturday Night Fever” filled with excitement, energy and excellent dance moves to a full house on Thursday, Feb. 20.  Directed by Lee Buckholz, the musical starred Zach Perrin, Stephanie Inglese, Matt Pet...

Sherlock Holmes is back on the case for “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery”

Sherlock Holmes is back on the case for “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery”

Sydney Randall, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2019

Fans of mystery and comedy alike would be pleased by Derby Dinner Playhouse’s production of “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery.” The play was written by Ken Ludwig and it is based on Sir Arthur Conon Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes novel “The Hound of the Baskervilles.” Sherlock Holmes was...

Our guide to celebrating the holidays in Kentuckiana

Our guide to celebrating the holidays in Kentuckiana

Samuel Murphy, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2017

The lights and decorations are being hung with care, the sounds of seasonal music is beginning to come through radios and speakers everywhere, and the Christmas season is finally here. The “most wonderful time of the year” is starting to finally get underway in Kentuckiana. It’s a time of y...

Spotlight on the Dean of Arts and Letters

Hesselman directs student Sean Turley and actress Kristy Calman in the fall 2015 production, “Noises Off.”

Tassy Payne, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2017

Jim Hesselman. Does that name ring a bell? Some might remember glancing at his name when they were reading the program for IU Southeast’s production of “Angels in America” in 2015 or “Guys and Dolls” in 2016. Others might have seen his name when they were getting ready to sign up for ...

Feed me Seymour | “The Little Shop of Horrors” review

IUS Horizon

March 3, 2013

Plants are not the typical apocalyptic scenario in my head. However, seeing Derby Dinner Playhouse’s performance of “The Little Shop of Horrors” can make one re-think the different possibilities for the end of mankind. In the play, a talking plant mysteriously appears to young Seymour, played...