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An Opportunity to Serve Our Community Through the Indiana Repertory Theater
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The Indiana Repertory Theater (IRT) recently announced the newest members of their board of directors, and I’m pleased to be among them. The IRT works to bring top-quality, professional theater to Indianapolis to build a more vital and vibrant community. This includes the original play that Bingham Greenebaum Doll is proud to sponsor, The Gospel According to James.

The Gospel According to James is an original work commissioned by the IRT and written by Charles Smith. Staged in 1930, the play centers around James Cameron and Mary Ball, who emerged as the sole survivors of racial crimes in Marion, Indiana. Teenagers when the crimes occurred, they look back on those events as their past and present lives intermingle. Cameron and Ball discover that their remembrances of that day differ even if their experiences were the same. I have no doubt this will be a challenging and thought-provoking performance.

This is my first opportunity to serve on the IRT board. Until now, my community involvement has been focused on charitable organizations and economic development, including my current board position with the Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, and my previous service on the boards of the Christel House Charity, Indianapolis City Market and Behavior Corp. I’m looking forward to the opportunity to serve the Indianapolis community through the arts. Y

ou can learn more about the IRT at their web site, http://www.irtlive.com/.

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