You-review-it Monday

For me, the weekend included the pleasure of introducing the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra's playing of the score to the Harry Langdon silent comedy "The Strong Man," a charming evening at the reconfigured Indy Fringe Theatre for Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" (more on that production soon), and a Sunday evening at Marian University for LA Theatre Work's thoroughly engaging and entertaining production of "The Graduate."

If you count Thursday, then the weekend also included a Chicago run for the Goodman Theatre's outstanding production of Rebecca Gilman's new play "Luna Gale" (expect to see it in regional theaters everywhere next year) and the Hypocrites' tradition-breaking production of the musical "Into the Woods" (see review here.)

On TV I caught the Great Performance's broadcast of the National Theatre's 50th anniversary celebration, which just made me hungry for even more theater.

What about you?

Did you get to see "North of the Boulevard" at the Phoenix Theatre? Visit "The Essential Robert Indiana" at the Indianapolis Museum of Art? Catch "The LEGO Movie" (with or without kids)? Celebrate the music of the Gershwins with Michael Feinstein at the Palladium?

What did you do over the weekend…besides shovel snow?

 

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