Priority List

        "The Three Musketeers"

        The fight coach will be as important as any of the actors when the IRT stages Catherine Bush’s theatrical adaptation of the classic swashbuckling adventure. The supporting cast is a veritable who’s who of local talent, including Rob Johansen, Robert Neal, Charles Goad, Scot Greenwell, Emily Ristine and Scott Russell.
        Sept. 20-Oct. 15 Indiana Repertory Theatre

        "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone"

        The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has cast a spell on its box office, leading it to add performances of its planned presentation of three of the Harry Potter films this season. It starts in September with the movie that started it all (not counting the books, of course).
        Sept. 23, 25, Oct. 27, 30 Hilbert Circle Theatre

        Reduced Shakespeare Company’s “The Complete History of America (abridged): Election Edition”

        Anyone who has been following the political races knows that right now is a good time to A) know a little something about history and B) laugh. That’s the combo offered by this playful group, whose work has been described as “intellectual vaudeville” and whose original, often silly creations have gone on to be produced by theaters around the world.
        Sept. 20 Tarkington Theatre

        Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

        What started in 1977 as a group of dancers touring senior centers has evolved into one of the leading modern dance troupes in the country. You can save the trip up Interstate 65 and down the Dan Ryan Expressway by taking a short trip to Carmel for a look.
        Sept. 23-24 Tarkington Theatre

        "The Revenge of Prince Zi Dan"

        Shanghai Peking Opera Company brings its “Hamlet” variation to Purdue University, following a long history of non-English adaptations of Shakespeare. But this isn’t just an operatic reskinning of the classic. Peking Opera makes use of ritual action, acrobatics and elaborate costuming. The company claims the production was designed to be more accessible than traditional Chinese opera for foreign audiences (that’s us).
        Sept. 23 Loeb Playhouse, West Lafayette

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