Forgive me for posting a little late today, but I'm still slowed a bit from the turkey and leftovers...and more leftovers.
In and around feasts, though, I made it to the Phoenix Theatre's best-yet "A Very Phoenix Xmas" and the Indiana Repertory Theatre's little-lost-in-the-downsizing 90-minute "A Christmas Carol." More on both in next week's Lou's Views column in the print IBJ. (This week, you can read my thoughts on Wes Gehring's new Steve McQueen biography and the Indianapolis Opera's "La Boheme." Just click here.)
Although I went earlier in the week, I should also mention the film "The Fantastic Mr. Fox," a true original and a total delight. Highly recommended, with or without kids.
Did you see any of the above this weekend? Catch up on old movies on TV? (For me, that included Cary Grant's "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House" and "Houseboat"). Attend the holiday festivities on Monument Circle.
Share your weekend experiences below.