By Lou Harry
Indianapolis Business Journal
Even with 52 columns—plus blog posts—I couldn’t see even a high percentage of all the worthwhile arts and entertainment offerings in central Indiana in 2015. So I’m going to forgo the usual top 10 list and, instead, focus, by category, on the strongest arts experiences I had the privilege of attending.
By Tyler Dague, Star Correspondent
The Indianapolis Star
One of the hottest spots for Broadway vocal talent is in...
Yes. During the past several years, The Cabaret at the Columbia Club on Monument Circle has brought some of musical theater’s top actors and vocalists to the city. This upcoming season boasts a bevy of Broadway’s biggest stars. Lincoln Center in New York: take notice.
By Tom Alvarez, Indianapolis Performing Arts Examiner
Upon exiting The Cabaret at The Columbia Club Friday after seeing "The Last Five Years in Concert" this writer encountered Arts Council of Indianapolis president and CEO David Lawrence in the lobby and asked him, "What did you think of the show?" Lawrence's answered that he felt that attending the sold out show was "a privilege." This reviewer concurs.
By R. Tyler Dague, Correspondent for The Indianapolis Star
What if you were given a role in Broadway's "Rent"? What if that were right out of college? For actor Adam Kantor, it was the start of a career on the New York stage.
By Kelly Kendall, Indianapolis Monthly
The Good Wife star who brought down the house as the Emcee in a Broadway revival of Cabaret stops by Indy’s own Cabaret on September 12 and 13.
"One of the best environments for serious music fans in town!"Cabaret Guest