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–The newly rechristened–and easier to spell–Cabaret at the Columbia Club is about to announce two shows for the winter. Amanda McBroom, best known for penning the hit song "The Rose," will be presenting an evening of Jacques Brel tunes March 5-6. Prior to that, Cabaret head honcho Shannon Forsell will offer a Valentine’s dinner-and-show program, "What is This Thing Called Love?" on Feb. 12.
–Actors Theatre of Indiana has also put a show on its calendar. From March 4-28 it will be offering "Nunsense." ATI is also partnering with Carmel Community Players for its presentation of "An Evening with Ben Vereen," March 7 at Carmel High School. More information here.
–Live Nation has announced that Norah Jones will be appearing at the Murat Theatre on March 13. Tickets are on sale this Friday. And it’s not too early to think about outdoor concerts. Nickelback has been announced for a May 22 performance at Verizon Wireless Music Center.
–Film director Peter Bogdanovich ("The Last Picture Show," "What’s Up, Doc?" "Paper Moon") will be introducing the Orson Welles film "Touch of Evil" when it screens at the Indianapolis Museum of Art on Jan. 29. Why? Bogdanovich penned the book "This is Orson Welles." He’ll also be sticking around for a Q&A after the screening.
Does any of the above spark your interest?