Monthly Archives: May 2013

City of Angels at Buck Creek

INDIANAPOLIS — The Buck Creek Players will continue their 2012-2013 season “In the Spotlight” with the Tony Award wining musical, City of Angels, a deliciously funny spoof of 1940s film noir and hard-boiled detective fiction.  The wickedly witty musical — written by Larry Gelbart, creator of TV’s M*A*S*H — opened … Read More

Indianapolis 500 Princess Visits Nativity Classes

INDIANAPOLIS — On May 16, Sarah Dapper, one of the Indianapolis 500 Princesses visited Nativity Catholic School. Sarah was joined by her mother, Kathy Dapper. Sarah visited the Pre-K classes and second grade classes. She taught the children facts and some of the history of the race and the track. … Read More

Sound of Music at Beef and Boards

INDIANAPOLIS – If ever there was a musical that generations of families have come to embrace, it’s the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic The Sound of Music. Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre presents The Sound of Music as the featured family show of its 40th Anniversary Season. On stage through June … Read More

Door Gunner

“Door gunning. They’re losing helicopters and they need door gunners.” — Philip Roth, The Human Stain I am a pool player who has played in organized leagues for years. I know little about the players with whom I shoot because we seldom have conversations that branch outside of the playing … Read More

Tea Party Supports Those With Autism

INDIANAPOLIS —The historic Indianapolis Propylaeum, 1410 N. Delaware St. #2, is home to many beautiful sites, one being the old carriage house, formally the original Children’s Museum.  This enchanting structure will be where the Autism Society of Indiana hosts their “Afternoon Tea for Autism” event June 15th from 1 p.m. … Read More