Free A&E Season Preview show

August 31, 2012
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Consider this your invitation to a free show to help kick off the 2012-13 arts season.

Featuring performances by some of Indy's top performing arts group, live on-stage interviews with actors, musicians, etc., ticket giveaways, trivia, video and more, the IBJ A&E Season Preview Show will a casual, fun, insightful, entertaining way to get to know what Central Indiana has to offer.

And, yes, I said free. It's just another IBJ effort to open doors between audiences and the arts.

A full line-up of acts and interviewees will be released shortly. And a post-show gathering will give you a chance to learn more about the coming season from A&E organization representatives.

I'll be hosting the event, which takes  place Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at Butler University's Robertson Hall, Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall.

There are no reservations required, but to guarantee a seat, just e-mail me at lharry@ibj.com, subject line IBJ Season Preview Event to reserve tickets (up to four per person).

If you represent an arts organization and would like to participate, please contact me ASAP at the same address.

Your thoughts?

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  • Free A&E Season Preview show = FUN!
    Wonderful idea to get up close and personal with Indy Arts and the organizations that make it happen!

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