Entries by Nick Poust

Preview: Phoenix Rising Dance Company’s “A Transformation”

In Indianapolis, the arts never stop. As Indy Fringe Festival wrapped up this past week Phoenix Rising Dance Company gets set to make its debut at Theatre on the Square September 2-4 with A Transformation, an exhilarating and eclectic ten-piece performance. UNITE was fortunate enough to attend Thursday’s dress rehearsal, and what followed was an […]


Checkered Dreams

Freddy Niblack is the first openly gay driver in the Indy Car Series, but that’s not all that defines him. As is the case for so many athletes, homosexual or not, he is also a person looking to accomplish a dream—a dream he’s had since his childhood days spent carving a race track through neighbors’ […]

Unpredictable Repertoire of Indians’ Tyler Glasnow Key To Success

Tyler Glasnow was in a zone on April 16th. Equipped with a mid-90s fastball, a devastating curveball and a blossoming changeup sprinkled in, the 22-year-old 6’8’’ Indianapolis Indians’ right-hander and Pittsburgh Pirates top prospect had mowed down 12 straight Columbus Clippers when Ronny Rodriguez stepped to the plate in the fifth inning. Glasnow quickly jumped […]

Indians’ Ngoepe Strives To Be Known For More Than Elite Defense

It was the top of the eighth inning of April 16th’s battle with 2015 postseason nemesis Columbus Clippers when Indianapolis Indians’ shortstop Gift Ngoepe generated Oohs and Ahhs from the 8,000 fans filling Victory Field. Clippers’ Anthony Recker ripped a grounder seemingly destined for left field, but Ngoepe had other ideas. The 26-year-old South African […]

Preview: Indianapolis’ Dance Kaleidoscope’s Scheherazade 25

Ahead of Dance Kaleidoscope’s Scheherazade 25 production of Scheherazade and An American in Paris, UNITE attended a dress rehearsal to get a glimpse into the contrasting works of Artistic Director David Hochoy. Celebrating his 25th anniversary as Artistic Director of DK, Hochoy paired these two pieces to combine two different eras with the company. He […]