Monthly Archives: January 2014

Raising the Roof on the Rivoli

James Kelly knows people have heard that the rescue of the Rivoli Theatre on East 10th was imminent, only to be disappointed when nothing seemed to get done. This time, he says, it’s different — positive change is happening, and momentum is building. As Board President of the Rivoli Center … Read More

Emerging Playwrights Shine on Q Artistry Stage

INDIANAPOLIS — Local original works organization Q Artistry is presenting a series of one acts to open up their 2014 year beginning Jan. 31 and running through Feb. 15. The Emerging Playwrights Series features three plays by Indiana writers that were selected during the three previous Playwrights Festivals at Q … Read More

Audubon Road Corner Store, Antiques Moving

I personally love antiquing and buying on eBay just isn’t the same as seeking out that special piece I didn’t know I wanted. For years I’ve stopped at every antique store I could find, to find treasures for my 100 year old house and just appreciate the craftsmanship that has … Read More

Theatre Review: Defending the Caveman

Defending the Caveman by comic Rob Becker has the distinction of being the longest running one-man show on Broadway — and now it’s here at Theatre on the Square for an open-ended run. Kevin Burke is the Caveman telling the Indy audience the reason men and women are different — … Read More

The Saturday Morning Cowboys

“A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty Hi-Yo Silver….The Lone Ranger”. “Out of the blue of the western sky come…Sky King”. “Hey Wild Bill wait for me!” “FURY…the story of a horse and the boy who loved him”. “On King… on you … Read More