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Views, news and reviews of the performing arts, chiefly in central Indiana
Views, news and reviews of the performing arts, chiefly in central Indiana

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Master saxophonist Joe Lovano returns with his young quartet to the Jazz Kitchen.

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Joe Lovano Quartet fills the room and our warm February souls at the Jazz Kitchen
Joe Lovano, looking like the chairman of the board. Coming into the Jazz Kitchen on a beautiful unseasonably balmy Saturday evening to hear the Joe Lovano Quartet provided a layer of further relief. The early set by the veteran saxophonist dispensed not onl...

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Edo de Waart conducts, Timothy McAllister plays the concerto that John Adams wrote for him, in this weekend's sterling Classical Series program.

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An elder statesman among conductors works wonders with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Realizing that I was out of town when the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra last played Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E-flat ("Eroica"), I unfortunately can't comment on how different Friday night's performance under the baton of Edo de Waart was Edo de Waart...

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"An Act of God" is a raucous comedy with divine bite.

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Letter from the Earth: Phoenix Theatre nails the Deity in "An Act of God"
Not sure what the technical glitch (clearly intentional on the part of the Phoenix Theatre tech team) was that gave an opening-night audience "legendary local character actor" Scot Greenwell as an emanation, or incarnation, or embodiment of God  Himself in ...

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Student cast conveys poignancy and narrative strength of Tennessee Williams' play under the direction of Elaina Artemiev.

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Butler University Theatre opens a resonant "Glass Menagerie"
Butler's Wingfield family in "The Glass Menagerie" Background music is part of the scenario Tennessee Williams stipulates in "The Glass Menagerie," the 1945 drama that made his reputation. In Butler University' s production of the play, the overheard accomp...

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 Deep-doo-doo is the proper refrain of this rousing song in celebration of a Putin-cozy Trump henchman. Now if this inadvertent self-sacrifice could just spread!

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'Flynn Is Out the Back Door': An upbeat revision of an old favorite celebrating the departure of Trump's national security adviser

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