The ‘Times’: Nothing in Indy

Readers of the New York Times received their “Summer Stages” preview in Sunday’s Arts & Leisure section.

The annual piece offers a rundown of what’s happening around the country in Dance, Theater, Pop/Jazz and Classical Music. And while the Cleveland and Cincinnati Orchestras, the Opera Theatre of St. Louis, and Cincinnati Opera get nods, there’s not a mention of anything in Indiana, let alone Indianapolis.

In an earlier blog we talked about whether outside attention is important to Indy arts. Here it seems like the omission says something.

So what does it say?

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