You-review-it Monday

April 7, 2014
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I spent the weekend in Louisville at the Humana Festival of New American Plays (more to come on what I saw there).

What about you?

Did you get to the early stages of Butler ArtsFest? Experience any live theater (where new offerings ranged from Beef & Boards' "Anything Goes" to No Exit's "Middletown")? Hang with the lemur watchers at the State Museum's IMAX? Hit any of Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Assocaition's First Friday gallery openings?

Kindly fill us in on your weekend A&E experiences.

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  • First Friday at the Harrison Center
    In "Fieldworks: The National Road", local artist Stuart Hyatt illuminates the sights, sounds and voices of Washington Street as the east-west axis of our City. This exhibit is both a reflection of our City's past, and a reminder of some important opportunities upon which to build our future.
  • First Friday
    There was lots to see this First Friday, but the Indy Sound Map at the Harrison Center for the Arts was particularly memorable. Fountain Square was busy, too, despite the blustery cold weather.

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