A musical returns with local cast intact, new lobby artwork at the IMA invites revisits, and Tarantino’s new WWII movie disappoints.
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra is looking for a new maestro, and
CEO Simon Crookall said he wants Mario Venzago’s replacement to have more of a local presence.
After I discovered it one summer, Lincoln Amphitheatre quickly became one of my favorite theaters in the state. Nestled
in a state park in Spencer County, the covered-but-still-outdoor theater’s anchoring attraction was a show about young
Abraham Lincoln, who spent his formative years just yards away.
The Indianapolis Star, the state’s largest daily newspaper, has scaled back its roster
of critics in recent years — a reduction in coverage that put the onus on local arts promoters to get the word out through
other channels, such as blogs.
This week, a return visit is made to review “The Lion King” and a Sendak-ed “Hansel and Gretel.”
Despite its annual appearance for many years during the holidays, “A Christmas Carol” continues to be produced creatively
by fine actors, directors and designers at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.
Visit Museum of Art for ‘China’s Ming Dynasty Exhibit,’ and the Phoenix Theatre for political one acts
This week, low-key dynasty dynamics at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and a mismatched couple at the Phoenix Theatre.
Indianapolis’ success at living up to its self-proclaimed status as the amateur sports capital of the world is legendary.
Now city and civic leaders are trying to build a similar hub of not-for-profit music organizations through a lower-key initiative
Andy Fry has played in five bands in the past 10 years or so, serving in various capacities, including singer/songwriter.
He and his seven bandmates of Indianapolis-based Margot and the Nuclear So and So’s have just recorded their second album,
The Cincinnati Ballet is taking an exploratory step toward a regional ballet company, announcing plans to stage a six-show
“Nutcracker” production here this December. The idea of a collaboration–where the two cities would share production and administration
expenses–has elicited mixed response.