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Friday’s show at The Cabaret was a pleasant enough showcase of talent, but a star of Lewis’ magnitude could and should shine brighter in such an intimate setting. 

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Arts Editor Dan Grossman catches Saturday's performance by one of five artists competing for the prestigious Cole Porter Jazz Fellowship from the American Pianists Association.

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Slated for Sunday, Nov. 4 at the White Rabbit Cabaret, Nasty Women Flip the House will bring together some of the Midwest’s funniest women for a showcase aimed at urging Hoosiers to vote.

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It's easy to see why this production of Rocky Horror is a fan favorite. From beginning to end, it honors the classic versions by seamlessly, and innovatively, incorporating cinematic effects and live performance. It's also a stellar production on its own merit without the rich cultural history.

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Q Artistry brings 'Cabaret Poe' to the Phoenix Theatre this year. It's the 10th anniversary for the production; their first in the new venue.

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We talk with Kevin Powell and Anthony Radford about the Sons exhibition at Central Library and check out URBANSCREEN's Urban Light-Art Show, among many other activities during a weekend full-to-the-brim with arts.

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This weekend at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, you were able to see a ballet choreographed by the co-founder of the New York City Ballet—and the photos taken by its first photographer—under the same roof.

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"Bright Star" is an excellent fit for the Phoenix theater, maybe the best they've hosted in the venue, says reviewer Lou Harry. It’s a tuneful, unchallenging tale with its heart on its sleeve, peopled with a first-rate cast and given a warm production.