Lily & Madeleine
Prior to heading out on a European tour with Joshua Radin, the Indiana-based sister act closes out its own U.S. tour by headlining a show on home turf. Deluxe at Old National Center Feb. 25.Details
It’s been a relatively mild winter here in Indianapolis, but that doesn’t seem to have diminished our collective weather obsession. If you are interested in Mother Nature at her most brutal, consider catching the latest film at the Indiana State Museum’s IMAX Theater, a National Geographic-presented documentary the follows storm chasers and wildfire first responders. IMAX at Indiana State Museum opening Feb. 24 Details
“A Romance in Four Courses”
NoExit Performance adds dramatic flair to culinary fare by pairing up with Mesh for a one-time only evening. The $100 ticket includes a four-course meal and drink pairings. Feb. 26 Mesh Details
“Light & Shadow”
Curious how musicals are created? Get a peek at the process with a one-night-only developmental reading of a new work by Bennett Ayres and KT Peterson with music by Tony Guerrero and Erin Rettino. The subject: Jack the Ripper. The reading—followed by a feedback session—is $5 and features a cast of local actors including Eric Olson, Ben Asaykwee, and Jaddy Ciucci. Feb. 24 Theatre on the Square Details
Also this week
The Freetown Village Singers take “A Musical Journey” for this annual dinner event Feb. 25 at the Madame Walker Theatre Ballroom .
Martina McBride plays the Palladium Feb. 23.
“The Great War in Song” features singer/researcher Andrea Axelrod, with piano and piccolo accompaniment, exploring songs of World War I, Feb. 22 at the Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall.
The Indiana State Museum opens “Ice Age Graveyards,” Feb. 25-Sept. 4, an exhibit looking at local mammals during the last ice age.
The Head and the Heart visits the Murat Theatre on Feb. 23
Eric Church takes the big stage at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Feb. 23.
The Rob Dixon Trio leads a Jazz on the Avenue performance Feb. 24 at the Walker.