Clowes announces schedule

July 25, 2008
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Some arts organizations create. Others present.

As to the latter, what Clowes Hall brings to town helps define the Indy arts season. So what do you think of this year's "Clowes Presents" lineup?

Loudon Wainwright III and Leo Kottke (Sept. 27)
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (Oct. 24)
The Soweto Gospel Choir (Nov. 14)
"The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial" presented by LA Theatre Works (Jan. 30)
Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet in performance with the Shaolin Monks of China (Feb. 6)
"Rain: The Beatles Experience" (Mar. 27)
Patti LuPone in “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda” (April 24)
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  • Blah...the only thing remotely interesting there is LuPone.

    Anyone else think Elise Kushigan is getting bored?
  • I agree that there's not much there worth seeing.

    I wouldn't waste my money on Patti LuPone. We saw her solo concert in Seattle a few years ago. At intermission, we were among the throngs of people walking out!! In over 30 years of theatre-going, I have NEVER seen so many people walk out on a show. The whole thing was a conceited love-fest to herself and her over-inflated ego and wasn't very entertaining for the audience.

    Check out her Tony acceptance speech from this year for a sample of the type of dialogue from her solo concerts. me me me, wonderful me, I shouldn't have waited so many years for this award, me me me, wonderful me...

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