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Priority list includes farewell to Children's Choir chief, INfusion fest, more

April 25, 2016

A pair of fond farewells pepper this week's choices.

Infusion Music Festival

Zach DePue bids adieu to Time for Three at this festival, which also includes performances by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Ben Folds, Kishi Bashi, San Fermin and more.

April 28-30 Hilbert Circle Theatre Details

 “Indianapolis Children’s Choir 30th Anniversary Concert”

It’s a program of all new music as Henry Leck leads his final concert before passing the baton to the ICC’s new Joshua Pedde. In recognition of the significance of the transition, all of ICC’s performance choirs will appear. Performances at 3 and 7 p.m.

April 30 Clowes Hall Details

Stutz Artists Open House

Not only do the resident artists show their work at this annual open-studio night, but the landmark building’s maze of corridors are also filled with music and food vendors. Go Friday for more of a party atmosphere or, for a lower-key visit, stop in on Saturday afternoon.

April 29-30  Stutz Building Details

“Bat Boy: The Musical”

Co-producers Zack Neiditch and Zach Rosing team up on the out-there musical sprung from a Weekly World News headline.

April 29-May 28 Theatre on the Square Details

 

Also this week

Patina Miller, star of Broadway’s “Pippin” and “Sister Act,” plays the Cabaret at the Columbia Club April 29-30.

Night of Vonnegut, April 30, at the Indiana History Center features author Steve Almond.

Dan Fogelberg plays the Warehouse April 30.

The Murat Theatre hosts Generation Axe: A Night of Guitars April 26.

Doors slam at Actors Theatre of Indiana’s “Unnecessary Farce,” April 28-May 15 at the Studio Theatre. 

Tim Mooney’s “Lot o’ Shakespeare,” April 28-28 at IndyFringe features 38 monologues chosen at random thanks to a Bingo cage.

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