Plus a new creative space at Conner Prairie.
Plus Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Charlie Brown and the rest of the Peanuts game on stage.
Sweet spot in eclectic program occurs when its internationally inspired holiday travelogue hits Spain, Jamaica, and Benin.
Yes, there’s a leg lamp kick line. And a song titled “You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out.”
Plus, Broadway in Indianapolis brings “A Christmas Story” tour to town.
I’ve got tickets to give away to the upcoming film starring Gary Oldman Kristin Scott Thomas.
Plus Indianapolis Opera stages “La Traviata” at the Tarkington.
Plus, a new-ish name for the Harrison Center for the Arts and a major grant for the Indiana Historical Society.
Frances McDormand stars in a new dark comedy from writer Martin McDonagh.
Plus new approaches to western art at the Eiteljorg Museum.
Billy Joel and E.T. also enliven downtown this week.
In John Strand’s debate drama, Supreme Court Justice Scalia squares off against a liberal law clerk.
Also, a familiar face from the movies at the Ann Katz Festival of Books.
By keeping the emotions grounded in reality, Beef & Boards breathes life into the spirited adaptation of the hit movie.
Plus award-winning writer Yaa Gyasi visits Butler University.