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The Indiana Repertory Theatre Concludes ‘The Whipping Man’
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The Indiana Repertory Theatre concluded their successful run of “The Whipping Man” by Matthew Lopez on March 24. “The Whipping Man” tells the story of three men whose lives are forever changed by the end of the Civil War and beginning of Passover in 1865. Rather than bringing liberty, the end of bondage brings uncertainty, and the antebellum mansion where the play is set reveals hidden truths about the nature of freedom and the frailty of family.

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP was the Associate and Community Conversations Sponsor of the play, and we are pleased with the high turnout at the emotionally-stirring performances. Throughout the performance schedule, 12 post-show Community Conversations were led by a variety of community leaders. I had the honor of leading the post-show discussion on Wednesday, March 13. The audience asked great questions, and we were able to take an in-depth look at the play’s themes.

A total of 568 patrons participated in the Community Conversations, and those who attended enjoyed being able to talk about the show after watching it. We’re very pleased we were able to support the IRT and “The Whipping Man”!

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