You-review-it Monday: Oscars, DK, Nunsense and more

Where you in the audience for Ben Vereen's Carmel Community Players' benefit? Catch "Alice in Wonderland"
at a theater near you? Devour the "Food Con" events at First Friday at the Harrison Center?

Those were among the offerings I missed. I did, over the past few days, get to "After Paul McCartney" at the Indiana
Repertory Theatre, Dance Kaleidoscope's "Love Is…" (also at the IRT–and reviewed here), Actors' Theatre of Indiana's "Nunsense," and Amanda McBroom's appearance
at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club. I hope to write about some of those either here or in the print edition of IBJ. (To see
recent print columns, click here.)

And then, of course, there were the Oscars. My question: Next year, would you rather see the dance piece to the nominated
scores or performances of the nominated songs?

Your thoughts on the Oscars…or whatever else you experienced this weekend?

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