You could feel that split between those who knew what would be catapulted over the French castle wall and those baffled, at least at first, by what all the silliness was about.
Rollin Dick’s old-school pocket calendar is crowded with meetings for the various not-for-profit educational and artistic boards on which he sits, along with start times for the plays, musicals and concerts he attends at venues ranging from the Indiana Repertory Theatre to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra to the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel.
Taking a break from the typical B&B fare, “Jack Milo’s Baggy Pants Burlesque” begins knowingly, with a wife dragging her husband to the theater.
When word went out that one of the three Indianapolis Opera presentations this season would be a production of “Carmen,” sans chorus, sans full orchestra, sans biggie-size sets, and sans Clowes Hall stage, it was perfectly understandable that some patrons may have lowered their expectations.
Indianapolis Civic Theatre and Footlite Musicals take on musical theater milestones “Oklahoma!” and “Carousel.”
Indianapolis Civic Theatre will be presenting the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic “Carousel” March 12-28. More information on the production here. Want to win a pair of tickets? All you have to do is post a comment below and name your favorite R&H song (or your favorite person named Roger). I’ll pick one winner at random. […]
Carmel’s new 1,600-seat concert hall will be called “The Palladium,” part of a marketing effort designed to generate more financial
support for the city’s performing arts center.
The Indianapolis Civic Theatre could take as long as 20 years to pay the $10 million fee it agreed to as part of a deal to
relocate to the state-of-the-art Regional Performing Arts Center in Carmel.
Indianapolis Civic Theatre will move from the campus of Marian University to the Regional Performing Arts Center under construction
in Carmel. The theater and Carmel Redevelopment Commission released a joint statement Tuesday announcing a long-term deal
that calls for the Civic to pay $10 million to be the center’s primary occupant.
Indianapolis Civic Theatre, one of the city’s oldest and largest cultural organizations, is considering a move to Carmel’s
new performing arts center. Civic informed its current host, Marian University, yesterday of pending negotiations with the
Carmel Performing Arts Foundation.
A musical returns with local cast intact, new lobby artwork at the IMA invites revisits, and Tarantino’s new WWII movie disappoints.
This week, two community theater productions reinforce my decision not to give
Rob Koharchik, 40, has designed sets for local theaters including IRT and the Civic, developing a national reputation along with a keen eye for detail and an uncanny ability to marry form with function.