“Spotlight 2011”

May 2

Clowes Hall

Yes, it’s a charity event raising significant funds for the Indiana AIDS Fund. But Spotlight is also an annual opportunity to feel really, really good about the quality, quantity and spirit of the Indianapolis arts talent pool.

This time, such anchoring acts as the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra (scheduled to offer Sibelius’ “Andante Festivo”), drag-ster Asia La Bouche (strutting it to Katy Perry’s “Firework”) and tenor Steven Stolen, are joined by Actors Theatre of Indiana (with “Cell Block Tango” from the aforementioned “Chicago”), the Phoenix Theatre (ditto from “The Zippers of Zoomerville”), Indianapolis Opera, Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre, Indianapolis Children’s Choir, Brenda Williams, Dance Kaleidoscope with Cathy Morris (in a sneak peek at their upcoming collaboration), poet Tasha Jones, the Indianapolis Men’s Chorus, the return of Milicent Wright (representing the IRT in an excerpt from “Neat”) and a lot more. Details here

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