Lou Harry's A&E

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Review: 'The Rocky Horror Show'

Zach Rosing, Zack Neiditch and company should do "The Time Warp" again every year. Rosing's video magic helps considerably.
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Alton Brown, Georgia O'Keeffe and more on this week's A&E priority list

Events also include a recreation of the "War of the Worlds" radio broadcast and a celebration of all things Kurt Vonnegut.
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Ticket giveaway: Indy International Festival

Indy International Festival returns Nov. 21-23 and IBJ has five family four-packs of tickets to give away. Just name your favorite ethnic restaurant and you could win.
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Review: Dance Kaleidoscope's 'Carmina Burana'...plus extras

A trio of appetizers and heartfelt applause for retiring senior dancer Liberty Harris add to the pleasures of this revival.
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A&E picks for the week: Dance Kaleidoscope, Magna cum Murder, more

Camp classic "Rocky Horror," dance classic "Carmina Burana," and who-knows-what-will-happen improv make the priority list this week. Also: A mysterious convention.
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IBJ giveaway: Ann Katz Festival of Books

Win fast passes to just about any event on the schedule, including appearances by authors Annabelle Gurwitch and Hank Phillippi Ryan.
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IBJ movie night: 'Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)'

Win tickets to a sneak preview of the already acclaimed new film starring Michael Keaton.
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A&E Roundup: $300k for Indy artist, 'Fargo' out in the cold, more

"Batman" producer to teach at IU. Phoenix playwright's creation launching onto national play network.
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A&E priority list includes Fleetwood Mac, Heartland Film Fest, more

If you are looking to experience the unexpected, try the first Art in Odd Places fest downtown.
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Diane Rehm, Loni Anderson to read play at Clowes Hall

Marilu Henner and Robert Foxworth also in company reading first act of Trish Vradenburg's play "Surviving Grace."
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