You-review-it Monday 4/7

April 7, 2008
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Did you get to the final performances of Roundabout Theatre’s outstanding “Twelve Angry Men?” Catch Michael Cavanaugh with the ISO? Patrick Ball (and harp) with Storytelling Arts?

Were you part of the mob at the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Project Runway variation?  Or, like me, did you make room in your hectic schedule for Theatre on the Square’s “Die! Mommie! Die!”?

Let us know what you heard, saw or read this weekend.

And make sure to say hello tonight if you are joining us for IBJ Night at the Movies for a sneak preview of “Smart People." If you don’t have tickets, watch this space for future screenings.

Your thoughts?
  • Hi Lou! I also saw Die Mommy Die! at a sneak preview type thing last Thursday. While not neccesarily high theater, I loved it! It was fun and campy and the cast really seemed to enjoy working with each other. I loved Angela and her dramatic gestures. The set and costumes were great. I loved the acid trip effect too. Movie-wise, I watched Once. It's just a great little movie/musical. I recommend it if you haven't seen it. I was so happy for them winning the Oscar for best song. They really deserved it.

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