For me, it was a whirlwind of a weekend, especially if you start with Thursday (OK, so I’m still a college student at heart).
I started with a road trip to Louisville to catch the national tour of “Avenue Q,” found time after a Friday evening event to catch a late show at the Indianapolis International Film Festival (who’d have thought that a program called “Dirty Shorts for Clean Minds” would have a documentary called “Why We Wax” as its highlight?), attended a performance of “Victor/Victoria” at the American Cabaret Theatre and witnessed some strong talent as a judge of Meals on Wheel’s karaoke benefit at the Music Mill on Sunday (congrats to winner Julie Inskeep).
Yet there was a lot that I missed. So please tell me if you made it to the Stutz open house, checked in with Bobby McFerrin, Chick Corea and Jack DeJohnette at Clowes, joined Bernadette Peters with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra or otherwise enjoyed the arts in Indy.
I look forward to reading your thoughts.
And watch the blog later today for an announcement of the next IBJ Night at the Movies.