Lou Harry's A&E

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Arts & Entertainment, etc.

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February 15, 2010

There were a wide range of arts and entertainment choices this weekend, from singer/pianist Tony DeSare's terrific synergy with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra to Shakespearian dance with the Indiana Ballet Company. The dancers were footloose at Beef & Boards, the music loverly at Indinapolis Civic, the humor irreverent at Theatre on the Square, and the clowns expert at Conseco Fieldhouse.

Plus, Abe Lincoln made his presence known at two shows at the Indiana State Museum. To take a video tour with me, click here.

I hit a few of the above, finished reading a biography of Vincent Price (I have a fascination with old school horror movie actors), and caught most of the performance art/spectacle better known as the Olympic opening ceremonies.

And you? What did you see, read, or do this weekend?

Your thoughts?


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