Priority list includes Spirit & Place kickoff, ‘Mary Poppins’

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“The Roaring ‘20s”

Flute soloist Mimi Stillman, conductor Matthew Kraemer, and the rest of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra look to the 1920s for a program that includes George Gershwin’s “Primrose Overture” and a suite from “The Threepenny Opera.” Nov. 5 Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center. Details 

“Mary Poppins”

Indy Film Fest’s delightful Cereal Cinema series–packaging the 10 a.m. screening of a classic kid flick with a breakfast-cereal buffet–continues with Disney’s outstanding animation/live action hybrid musical. Nov. 5  Indianapolis Museum of Art Details

“The Dog Ate My Homework”

The opening event for this year’s Spirit & Place Festival includes a bit of fun with homework assignments, plus the debut of “Homework” by spoken-word artist Tony Styxx, an art exhibition by Carl Pope, and more. Nov. 4 Tube Factory Artspace Details

Also this week.

Comic Maria Bamford plays the Egyptian Room Nov. 4.

Know No Stranger stages a new work, “Heck About Deck,” at the Indianapolis Museum of Art Nov. 4.

Judy Collins takes the stage at the Warehouse Nov. 3-4.

The Murat Theatre hosts the Avett Brothers Nov. 3-4.

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