You-review-it Monday: The arts season begins

So the art season is officially off and running and the choices were many.

For me, the weekend included a revisit to the Phoenix Theatre's "Pure Prine"–which looks like it will have a well-deserved afterlife in other cities. Details when they solidify. I also got a chance to say hello to many of you at the Penrod Art Fair before trekking over to the Murat Theatre for the Indianapolis City Ballet's "Evening with the Stars" benefit (more on that in the upcoming issue of IBJ).

Did I mention that it was a great weekend to be in Indy?

Plus, I started screening some Heartland Film Festival flicks (Sorry, can't tell you about any of those for now–the fest is in October).

And you? Did you get to any of the above? Or hit Greek Fest or French Market? Or get in on the ground floor of the International Violin Competition? Or witness concerts at Clowes or White River State Park? Perhaps you journeyed to Bloomington for the final weekend of Cardinal Stages' "The Grapes of Wrath" (I really regret missing that one).

What did you see, hear or do this weekend?

Your thoughts?

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