Spaces & Places: Concert Hall
Located in the historic Columbia Club on Monument Circle, The Cabaret features intimate performances in the classic cabaret style. While beloved local performers like Deb Mullins, Shannon Forsell and Brenda Williams can be regularly seen, The Cabaret also brings in top performers from around the country and beyond. Expect a wide range of musical genres, from bebop and blues to boogie and Broadway musical tunes. All the amenities are in place: a variety of hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, a full dinner and luscious desserts. Plus, you can choose from an array of fine wines — or just enjoy a martini.
Just a block away from Lucas Oil Stadium, The Crane Bay possibly could be the newest venue in Indy in 2012. They kicked off the year with a massive Rolling Stone Super Bowl Party, but operators promise to host everything from weddings to Ultimate Fighting matches. At over 18,000 square feet, The Crane Bay could host both of those things in one night, and even another few.
To call this spot a “venue” belies its namesake versatility and flexibility. The GPC is probably best described as a “performance space,” and the performances have varied in the past from video release parties and performance art, to gallery art shows and music performances. Just across the street from the dizzying maze of the Murphy building, the Fountain Square space has been immediately enveloped in the buzzing arts and music scene on the city’s Southeastside. They also set themselves up with a pretty spiffy and inventive website, but the best way to keep up with the schedule is through social media. Check it out during the next First Friday.
Located on Butler University's campus, the Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts is a hub for the musical and theatrical arts.
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