Priority list includes Western films, romantic “Bridges,” more

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“The Reel West”

In what could be the local museum community’s longest-running temporary exhibit, the Eiteljorg examines the way movies and television have shaped our understanding of the American West. Expect a full schedule of related programs including, of course, movie screenings. March 3-Feb. 3 Eiteljorg Museum

“PostSecret: The Show”

The internet sensation—which began as an experiment in which a Maryland man handed out postcards asking for personal secrets never revealed to anyone—has spawned a live show in which a trio of actors reads from what now number more than a million postcard entries. The show is accentuated by video projections, animation, and in some cases, context. March 2 Schrott Center

“The Bridges of Madison County”

Community theater Footlite Musicals offers the local premiere of the romantic musical based on the bestselling—and much-maligned—novel. The story was redeemed, in part, from Clint Eastwood’s film version and has been given added dimension thanks to a strong score by composer Jason Robert Brown. March 2-17  Hedbeck Theatre

Also this week

Butler Theater presents “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Feb. 28 at Clowes Hall.

Poet Kaveh Akbar, founded editor of Divedapper, presents Feb. 28 at the University of Indianapolis’s Schwitzer Student Center.

Magic Thread Cabaret presents Keith Potts at the Cat Theatre March 2-3.

While there’s not an official IDADA First Friday anymore, there are still gallery openings throughout downtown and surroundings march 2.

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