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Bingham Greenebaum Doll helps students tune in to the IRT’s 'Radio Golf'
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As a devoted supporter and board member of the Indiana Repertory Theatre, I always jump at an opportunity to welcome new patrons to the theater. I had the chance to do just that last week when I co-presented the opening curtain speech to seven local high school groups and one college group eager to see the IRT’s performance of Radio Golf.

High school students from Broad Ripple Magnet, T.C. Howe Community, Muncie Central, South Putnam, Daleville, Northwest, and Coy Home School, along with several Ivy Tech Community College students, filed in to the theater last Thursday morning for the performance. I was particularly thrilled to welcome two of the groups that morning: the first being my own alma mater, Daleville High School, and the second being T.C. Howe Community High School. I’m especially proud of Bingham Greenebaum Doll’s partnership with Howe. Our firm was able to provide tickets for their group of students through our sponsorship of the IRT. While I didn’t have the chance to stay for the entire performance, I suspect it had quite an impact on these students.

Radio Golf is the last installment of August Wilson’s plays exploring the African American experience of the twentieth century. Specifically, Radio Golf takes place in the mid-to-late 1990s – a time not unfamiliar to these students. Fortunately for our community, the IRT has found a great way to blend the educational process with entertainment. I’m proud to know that I’m not only a part of a theater that challenges and enthralls patrons of all ages, but that I’m also part of a firm committed to helping make these experiences available to students across central Indiana.

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