You-review-it Monday

There were lots of choices on the A&E front this weekend. I started with Acting Up Productions' spirited Prohibition take on "Twelfth Night" at the Wheeler Arts Community in Fountain Square, tried out some board games at the WhosYerCon gathering at the Clarion Waterfront, and spent Sunday afternoon at Dance Kaleidoscope's "Piaf Plus."

In between, there was more planning for the IBJ-organized Indy conference for the American Theatre Critics Association, with members arriving as early as today to soak up Indy's A&E offerings. (See story here.)

Oh, and for some unclear reason, I watched "Gremlins" for the first time in decades.

What about you?

Did you get to the Symphony's ABBA tribute? Catch "The Whipping Man" at the IRT? Hear The Leipzig Quartet at the Palladium?

What A&E did you experience this weekend?

Your thoughts? 

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