You-review-it Monday

June 20, 2011
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Okay, blog-readers, I need you more than ever this time.

I've been in Los Angeles all week--a hectic, exciting time helping to create a pop-up newsroom covering L.A. theater with a group of fellow arts journalists from around the country (visit www.engine28.com--and stay tuned to my IBJ column--to learn more).

But what did I miss in Indy?

Did you get to the Summer Solstice celebration at the Indianapolis Museum of Art? Hear Raymond Leppard lead the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra? Were you getting the funniest looks from everyone you meet when you went to see the Monkees at the Murat?

Your thoughts?

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  • Music and more music
    Joined members of my book club for the ISO's Beethoven concert. We had been privileged to have principal bassoonist John Wetherill speak to our club about the book "Beethoven's Hair" and listened intently to hear the passages he played for us in our private concert. Just a delight overall.

    Took a different direction Saturday night with Avenue Q. Agree that this show is even more enjoyable in a small theater setting. Terrific performances and lottsa laughs.

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