2014 Directory of Shows

Sushi with umbrella re-sized

(last updated January 13, 2015)

I am late getting my 2014 directory started because I am part bear and we have had a record-breaking winter here in Indianapolis, Indiana.  45 inches of snow and below-zero(F) temperatures make me want to just stay in bed and sleep until spring.

But now it is almost March and I have seen enough shows even with the weather challenges that I want to at least make a note of them here on my blog.  So…

By a quick count, I saw 120 live theatre or storytelling shows in more than 30 venues in 2013. For comparison: I saw 76.5 live theatre or storytelling shows (85.5 performances) in 26 theatres in 2012.  I think I saw 91 live theatre shows in 2011, 120 in 2010, 134 in 2009, and 144 in 2008.

As in previous years, I will add to this Directory every time I see a show, and I will enjoy looking back over the feast it represents at the end of the year and in years to come. If you are curious about what I’ve been seeing, feel free to check back here any time.

There are two parts: 1)  shows in the chronological order in which I saw them, like a diary or log, and 2) shows organized alphabetically by performance company or festival.

I will also try to keep labeling the companies as either “professional” (all of the company’s artists and staff are paid for their work), “all volunteer” (none of the company’s artists or staff are paid), or “hybrid” (the company has a mixture of paid artists/staff and volunteers and/or students.) However, as I’m sure you know, “professional” does not necessarily mean high quality and “all volunteer” does not necessarily mean disappointing quality. Also, in the Indianapolis area, there are very, very few theatres that pay their artists a living wage, so in some ways these labels are meaningless.

If I blog about a show, I will link to the post here, too. And if I reviewed it for Nuvo (my new gig!), I will link to that review here, too.  In any case, I almost always tweet about a show right after I’ve seen it.  Follow @IndyTheatre or go to www.Twitter.com/IndyTheatre.

All venues are in Indiana (USA) unless otherwise noted.

Shows I’ve seen so far in 2014 in the order I saw them:

Thursday, January 23 – “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” – text by John Cameron Mitchell, music and lyrics by Stephen Trask, directed by Paige Scott at Footlite Musicals.

Tuesday, January 28 – “Lend Me a Tenor” written by Ken Ludwig, directed by Darrin Murell at Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre.

Wednesday, January 29 – “A Downtown Abbey Inspired Evening” featuring Jessica Fellowes – presented by the Carmel Clay Public Library Foundation at the Palladium in Carmel, Indiana.

Thursday, January 30 – “Tribes” written by Nina Raine, directed by Richard Rand at the Phoenix Theatre.

Friday, January 31 – “Good Night and May God Bless: Red Skelton” – Sharing Hoosier History Through Stories storytelling premiere by Stephanie Holman. Presented by Storytelling Arts of Indiana and the Indiana Historical Society at the Indiana History Center. I MC’d this show.

Thursday, February 13 – “North of the Boulevard” written by Bruce Graham, directed by Bryan Fonseca at the Phoenix Theatre.

Friday, February 21 – “The Winter’s Tale” written by William Shakespeare, directed by Richard J. Roberts.  Presented by IndyShakes and Wisdom Tooth Productions at the Indy Fringe Theatre.

Saturday, February 22 – “And Then They Came for Me” written by James Still, directed by Courtney Sale at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.

Saturday, February 22 – “Life, Love and Other Headaches” – storytelling double-header featuring Kim Weitcamp and Bil Lepp, presented by Storytelling Arts of Indiana at the Indiana History Center.

Saturday, February 22 – 10pm ComedySportz match featuring Jim Ansaldo and others.

Saturday, March 1 – “Venus,” written by Suzan Lori-Parks, directed by Lukas Schooler, presented by NoExit Performance at the Grove Haus.

Friday, March 7 – First night of “Gal Pal Comedy Fest” in the late-night slot at Comedy Sportz.  Hosted by Claire Wilcher and featuring a total of nine local female comics doing stand-up, improv games, long-form sketch, and “free skate” (where audience members can come up on stage to play, too, if they want.)

Saturday, March 8 – “Raven Ravin’ Misbehavin’: A Program of Mischief, Independence…And One Bewildered Motorcycle Cop” storytelling by Beth Horner, presented by Storytelling Arts of Indiana at the Indiana History Center.

Sunday, March 9 – “La Cage Aux Folles” – Book by Harvey Fierstein, music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, based on the play by Jean Poiret, directed by Kathleen Clarke Horrigan and music directed by John Phillips at Footlite Musicals.

Tuesday, March 11 – “Jabberwocky” – Theme:  Indianapolis’ Sister Cities

Thursday, March 20 – “I and You” written by Lauren Gunderson, directed by Martha Jacobs at the Phoenix Theatre.  My first review for Nuvo!

Saturday, March 22 – “Bomb on a Bus: a Speedy Musical” – Book and music by Paige Scott, directed by Ben Asaykwee for Q Artistry. Reviewed for Nuvo.

Sunday, March 23 – “A Streetcar Named Desire” written by Tennessee Williams, directed by R. Brian Noffke for Acting Up Productions at the Indy Fringe Theatre.

Monday, March 24 – “The 1st Basile Indianapolis One-Minute Play Festival” hosted by the Phoenix Theatre.  Here is a direct link to information about the line-up from the oneminuteplayfestival.com website. Also, Scott Shoger previewed it here in Nuvo. Also, you can see a recording of the livestream video via Howlround.com‘s  TV-on-demand service.

Friday, March 28 – “Gal Pal Comedy Fest” at ComedySportz. Final night of the month-long festival. Here is Scott Shoger interviewing Claire Wilcher about it for Nuvo.

Thursday, April 3 – “Arden of Fevershame” by William Shakespeare? Presented by Hoosier Bard at the Central Library in downtown Indianapolis. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, April 5 – “Middletown” by Will Eno. Presented by NoExit Performance Company at Indy Indie Artist Colony. Reviewed for Nuvo.

Wednesday, April 9 – “The Two Maples” by Evgeny Shvarts, adapted by director Elaina Artemiev at Butler University, part of the Butler ArtsFest.  Reviewed for Nuvo.

Thursday, April 10 – “Middletown” a second time, just for myself.

Friday, April 11 – “Miracle on South Division Street” written by Tom Dudzick. Directed by Christy Clinton at the Belfrey Theatre in Noblesville, Indiana.

Saturday, April 12 – “Meow Meow” at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club.  Reviewed for Nuvo.

Sunday, April 13 – “Lyle, Lyle Crocodile” adapted for the stage by Kevin Kling, music by Richard Gray, based on the book by Bernard Waber. Directed by Ty Stover in the Lilly Theatre at the Children’s Museum.

Thursday, April 17 – “Under the Sea” – a concert with readings by the 2nd grade classes of Carmel Elementary School.  Mrs. Megan Klinginsmith, Principal; Mrs. Sara Inskeep, Asst. Principal, and Mrs. Cindy Baney, Music Teacher and composer/lyricist for several of the songs.

Saturday, April 19 – “One Slight Hitch” written by Lewis Black. Directed by Lori Raffel at Theatre on the Square’s Second Stage.  Reviewed for Nuvo.

Sunday, April 20 – “Spun” – Book by Emily Goodson. Music & lyrics by Jeremy Schonfeld. Directed by Chad Rabinovitz for the Phoenix Theatre. Music directed by Tim Brickley.

Thursday, May 8 – “Les Miserables” – Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg, lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer, original French text by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel…based on a novel by Victor Hugo. Directed by Robert J. Sorbera and music directed by Brent E. Marty for the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre.

Saturday, May 10 – “East Side Story” – a “Qmmunity show” by Q Artistry at the Irvington Lodge.

Saturday, May 10 – “Nine” at Footlite.  Reviewed for Nuvo.

Tuesday, May 13 – “Jabberwocky: Cricket” at Indy Fringe.  I wrote a “play by play” article for Nuvo.

Friday, May 16 – “Bless Me, Ultima” at the Phoenix Theatre. Reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, May 17 – “Tom Cat” by Jamie Rhodes – part of OnyxFest at the Indy Fringe. Reviewed for Nuvo.

Sunday, May 18 – “The Game’s Afoot” at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.

Wednesday, May 21 – Liza Hyatt poetry book launch and reading at Indy Reads Books.

Friday, May 23 – “25th Annual…Spelling Bee” by the Off-Main Street Players in Zionsville.

Saturday, June 7 – “Wars of the Roses” festival by Eclectic Pond Theatre Company at the Irvington Lodge – I saw four of the eight shows.  Reviewed for Nuvo

Thursday, June 12 – “Cock” at the Phoenix. Reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, June 14 – “Swan Lake” by NoExit Performance at the Wheeler Arts Community Center.  Reviewed for Nuvo.

Sunday, June 15 – “Carrie: the Musical” at Buck Creek Playhouse.

Tuesday, June 18 – “Phoenix Pitch Night” – Feature article for Nuvo.

Saturday, June 21 – “Box Office of the Damned” at Theatre on the Square.

Thursday, June 26 – “Hair” by Summer Stock Stage at Park Tudor School.

Saturday, June 28 – “Wars of the Roses” Festival – All EIGHT shows in this one day(!) 10am-10:15pm – by EclecticPond Theatre Company at the Irvington Lodge.

Tuesday, July 1 – “Bryan Fonseca on Auditioning” at the Elbow Room.

Saturday, July 5 – “Hair” by BobDirex at the Athanaeum.

Sunday, July 6 – “Hair” by BobDirex at the Athaneum.  Reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, July 12 – “The Tragedy of Hamlet” by Acting Up Productions at the Marian University Ampitheatre. Reviewed for Nuvo.

Thursday, July 17 – “Miles and Ellie” at the Phoenix Theatre.

Saturday, July 18 – “Superior Donuts” at Theatre on the Square. Reviewed for Nuvo.

Sunday, July 20 – “Hair” by BobDirex at the Athanaeum. (Yes, this was the third time I saw it.)

Thursday, July 24 – “Zirkus Grimm” – the 2014 version by Ben Asaykwee and Q Artistry at the Irvington Lodge.

Friday, August 1 – “The Color Purple” by The Cupboard Presents at the Marion University Theatre.  Reviewing for Nuvo but I got there late (‘thought it was an 8pm curtain but it started at 7pm! Drat!)

Saturday, August 2 – “The Color Purple” by The Cupboard Presents at the Marion University Theatre. Second time so that I could see it from the beginning for Nuvo.

Sunday, August 3 – Ron Spencer’s pseudo-retirement party/presentation at Theatre on the Square.

Sunday, August 3 – “The Color Purple” by The Cupboard Presents at the Marion University Theatre. Third time just for my own pleasure.  But I did review the show for Nuvo, too.

Thursday, August 7 – “Miles and Ellie” at the Phoenix Theatre – a second time.

Saturday, August 9 – Shriya Vinjimoor’s “Arangetram” – A young friend invited me to her Indian Dance debut/graduation solo performance, held in the North Central High School auditorium.  It was a special treat; I felt honored to be there!

Wednesday, August 13 – 2014 Indy Fringe Theatre Festival Preview Party at the Athenaeum

Thursday, August 14 – Indy Fringe: “The Secret Circus,” “The Importance of Being Electra,” and “Alice vs. Wonderland” – all at the Cook Theatre. I reviewed all for Nuvo.

Friday, August 15 – Indy Fringe: “The Real McCoy,” “Jacked,” “Cabargay III,” and “Fruit Flies Like a Banana: 21 Things They Won’t Teach You at Juliard” – all at the Cook Theatre.  I reviewed all for Nuvo.

Saturday, August 16 – Indy Fringe: “Stake-out” at the Cook Theatre – I reviewed for Nuvo.  I also saw “Jen/Con” at the Phoenix Theatre.

Sunday, August 17 -Indy Fringe: “Mrs. President: a Visit with Mary Todd Lincoln” at the Phoenix Theatre – I reviewed for Nuvo.

Tuesday, August 19 – Indy Fringe: “Fata Morgana,” “Star Luck Cafe,” and “Hoosierical the Musical” all at the Phoenixt Theatre.

Thursday, August 21 – Indy Fringe: “The Great Bike Race” at Theatre on the Square; “Hoosier Roots…?” and “Journey of the Kookabura” at the Phoenix.

Friday, August 22 – Indy Fringe: “Useful Woman” and “Not a Destination” at the Phoenix.

Saturday, August 23 – Indy Fringe: “Fruit Flies Like a Banana: 21 Things They Won’t Teach You at Juliard” (2nd time) at the Cook Theatre; “My Name Is ___” at the Indy Fringe Theatre; “Fat Kid Chronicles” and “Darwin vs. Rednecks” at ComedySportz; “Live on Air with Poet Laureate Telia Neville” at Theatre on the Square.

Sunday, August 24 – Indy Fringe: “Lou Sanz: Neverending Storage” and “Burnt at the Steak” at the Indy Fringe Theatre.

Thursday, August 28 – “Magician Max Major” at Theatre on the Square – I reviewed for Nuvo.

Thursday, September 11 – “Distracted” by Wisdom Tooth Theatre Company at the Indy Fringe Theatre – I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, September 13 – “Calendar Girls” at Theatre on the Square – I reviewed for Nuvo.

Thursday, September 18 – “Clark Gable Slept Here” at the Phoenix Theatre – I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, September 20 – “The Moon Among the Stars” – Storyteller Charlie Chin presented by Storytelling Arts of Indiana at the Indiana History Center – I reviewed for Nuvo.

Sunday, September 21 – “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” at the Indiana Repertory Theatre – I reviewed for Nuvo.

Wednesday, September 24 – “My Fair Lady” by Actors Theatre of Indiana at the Studio Theatre in Carmel.

Friday, September 26 – “Ordinary Days” written by Adam Gwon, presented by the Carmel Community Players at the Carmel Community Playhouse – Carmel.

Saturday, September 27 – “Mame” by Footlite Musicals at the Hedbeck Theater.  I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, October 4 – “Things My Mother Taught Me” at Buck Creek Playhouse. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Friday, October 10 – “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea” by NoExit Performance at the Piccadilly Penthouse.  I reviewed for Nuvo.

Thursday, October 16 – “Clark Gable Slept Here” at the Phoenix Theatre – 2nd time.

Saturday, October 18 – “Red” at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.  I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, October 25 – “Mary Shelley” by Tom Horan – staged reading at the Phoenix Theatre.

Sunday, October 26 – “Old Jews Telling Jokes” at the Phoenix Theatre.  I reviewed for Nuvo.

Thursday, October 30 – “The Bad Seed” by Wisdom Tooth Theatre at the Indy Fringe. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Friday, October 31 – “The Rocky Horror Show” by Zach Rosing Productions at the Athenaeum.

Saturday, November 1 – Basile Emerging Stories Premiere Featuring Frances Whitener – Storytelling Arts at the Indiana History Center. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, November 1 – “The Rocky Horror Show” by Zach Rosing Productions at the Athenaeum (a second time!)

Thursday, November 6 – “God of Carnage” preview – Off-Main Street Players in Zionsville.

Saturday, November 8 – “Pete ‘n’ Keely” by Actors Theatre of Indiana at the Studio Theatre in Carmel. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Tuesday, November 11 – “Jabberwocky: Indy Eleven and other soccer stories” – Storytelling Arts of Indiana at the Indy Fringe.

Thursday, November 13 – “The Strange Case of Edward Hyde and Dr. Jekyll” by Trouble Puppet Theater Company at the Salvage Vanguard Theater in Austin, Texas.

Saturday, November 22 – “The Thirsty Tournament” – a Qmmunity production directed and written by Ben Asaykwee for Q Artistry at the Irvington Lodge.

Friday, November 28 – “Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol” – Indiana Repertory Theatre.  I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, November 29 – “A Very Phoenix Xmas 9: Flashing Through the Snow” – Phoenix Theatre. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Friday, December 5 – “The Nutcracker” – NoExit Performance at the Irving Theatre. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, December 6 – “Breaking Up Christmas” – Sheila Kay Adams presented by Storytelling Arts of Indiana at the Indiana History Center. I reviewed for Nuvo.

Saturday, December 13 – “A Seussified Christmas Carol” – Lilly Theatre in the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.

A the end of December I wrote the Theatre Year-In-Review for Nuvo.  Whew!

 

Shows I’ve seen so far in 2014 in order by performance company or festival:

Acting Up Productions – professional; Indianapolis

  • “A Streetcar Named Desire”
  • “The Tragedy of Hamlet”

Actors Theatre of Indiana – professional; Carmel

  •  “My Fair Lady”
  • “Pete ‘n’ Keely”

Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre – professional; Indianapolis

  • “Lend Me a Tenor”

Belfry Theatre – all volunteer – member Encore Association; Noblesville

  • “Miracle on South Division Street”

BobDirex – hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “Hair” – three times!

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre – hybrid; Carmel

  • “Les Miserables”

Buck Creek Players – all volunteer – member Encore Association; Indianapolis

  • “Carrie: the Musical”
  • “Things My Mother Taught Me”

Butler University Department of Theatrehybrid; Indianapolis

  • “The Two Maples”

Cabaret at the Columbia Club – professional; Indianapolis

  • “Meow Meow”

Carmel Community Players – all volunteer – member Encore Association; Carmel

  • “Ordinary Days”

Children’s Museum of Indianapolis –  professional; Indianapolis

  • “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile”
  • “A Seussified Christmas Carol”

ComedySportz Indianapolis – professional; Indianapolis

  • Gal Pal Comedy Fest – March 7
  • Gal Pal Comedy Fest – March 28
  • Match with Jim Ansaldo, et al

The Cupboard Presents– hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “The Color Purple” – three times!

Eclectic Pond Theatre Company – hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “Wars of the Roses Festival” – Richard II, Henry IV Pt 1, Henry IV Pt 2, and Henry V.
  • “Wars of the Roses Festival” – all 8 parts: Richard II, Henry IV Pt 1. Henry IV Pt 2, Henry V, Henry VI Pt 1, Henry VI Pt 2, Henry VI Pt 3, Richard III.

Footlite Musicals – all volunteer – member Encore Association; Indianapolis

  • “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”
  • “La Cage Aux Folles”
  • “Mame”
  • “Nine”

Hoosier Bard – hybrid: Indianapolis

  • “Arden of Fevershame”

Indiana Repertory Theatre – professional; Indianapolis

  • “Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol”
  • “The Game’s Afoot”
  • “Red”
  • “And Then They Came for Me”
  • “The Two Gentlemen of Verona”

Indy Fringe Theatre – year-round mixture of shows from many artists and companies; see also resident company Wisdom Tooth; Indianapolis

  • “Tom Cat” – part of Onyx Fest

Indy Fringe Theatre Festival – August 13-24 at various venues; hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “Alice vs. Wonderland” – NoExit Performance
  • “Burnt at the Steak” – Carolann Valentino
  • “Cabargay III” – Indianapolis Men’s Chorus
  • “Darwin vs. Rednecks” – Stewart Huff
  • “Fat Kid Chronicles” – Eryn Bowser
  • “Fata Morgana” – storyteller Loren Niemi
  • “Fruit Flies Like a Banana: 21 Things They Won’t Teach You at Julliard” – The Fourth Wall – twice!
  • “The Great Bike Race” – Zach Rosing Productions
  • “Hoosier Roots…?” – storyteller LouAnn Homan
  • “Hoosierical the Musical” – 3$ Bill
  • “The Importance of Being Electra” – Carmel High School
  • “Jacked” – Bob Sander and friends
  • “Jen/Con” – by Bennett Ayres; ShadowApe Company; starring Jen and Rob Johansen and Constance Macy
  • “Journey of the Kookabura” – Ben Asaykwee/Q Artistry
  • “Live On Air with Poet Laureate Telia Neville”
  • “Lou Sanz: Neverending Storage”
  • “Mrs. President: a Visit with Mary Todd Lincoln” – storyteller MaryAnn Mathews
  • “My Name Is ____” – Ben Asaykwee/Q Artistry/Veterans Association?
  • “Not a Destination” – storyteller Jeremy Schaefer
  • “Preview Night Party”
  • “The Real McCoy” – Brent McCoy
  • “The Secret Circus” – Brent and Maya McCoy
  • “Stakeout” – directed by Deborah Asante
  • “Star Luck Cafe”
  • “The Useful Woman” – by Bennett Ayres; Prairie Ditch Productions; starring Jolene Mentink Moffatt as Carrie Nation; also starring Chuck Goad, Rob Neal, Lisa Ermel, and Zachariah Stonerock.

Miscellaneous

  • “Arangetram” featuring Shriya Vinjimoor
  • “A Downtown Abbey Inspired Evening” featuring Jessica Fellowes at the Palladium in Carmel, Indiana
  • “The 1st Basile Indianapolis One-Minute Play Festival” hosted by the Phoenix Theatre.
  • “IndySaSS July: Bryan Fonseca on Auditioning” upstairs at the Elbow Room.
  • “The Mother Poems” Poetry Reading and Book Launch – Liza Hyatt at Indy Reads Books.
  • “Think: an Evening of Mind Reading and Magic” – Max Major at Theatre on the Square
  • “Under the Sea” – Concert by the 2nd grade classes of Carmel Elementary School in Carmel, Indiana.

NoExit Performance – hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea”
  • “Middletown” – twice!
  • “The Nutcracker”
  • “Swan Lake”
  • “Venus” at the Grove Haus

Off-Main Street Players – all volunteer; Zionsville

  • “God of Carnage” – preview
  • “The Twenty-Fifth Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”

Phoenix Theatre – professional; Indianapolis

  • “Bless Me, Ultima”
  • “Clark Gable Slept Here” – twice!
  • “Cock”
  • “I and You”
  • “Mary Shelley”
  • “Miles and Ellie” – twice!
  • “North of the Boulevard”
  • “Old Jews Telling Jokes”
  • “Pitch Night”
  • “Spun”
  • “Tribes”
  • “A Very Phoenix Xmas 9: Flashing Through the Snow”

Q Artistry – hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “Bomb on a Bus: a Speedy Musical”
  • “East Side Story”
  • “The Thirsty Tournament”
  • “Zirkus Grimm 2014”

Storytelling Arts of Indiana – professional; Indianapolis

  • Basile Emerging Stories Fellowship Premiere – Frances Whitener
  • “Breaking Up Christmas” – Sheila Kay Adams
  • “Good Night and God Bless: Red Skelton” – Stephanie Holman
  • “Jabberwocky” – March – Indianapolis’ Sister Cities
  • “Jabberwocky” – May – Cricket
  • “Jabberwocky” – November – Indy Eleven
  • “Life, Love and Other Headaches” – Kim Weitcamp and Bil Lepp
  • “The Moon Among the Stars” – Charlie Chin
  • “Raven Ravin’ Misbehavin’: A Program of Mischief, Independence…And One Bewildered Motorcycle Cop” – Beth Horner

Summer Stock Stage – hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “Hair”

Theatre on the Square – hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “Box Office of the Damned”
  • “Calendar Girls”
  • “One Slight Hitch”
  • “Ron Spencer’s Retirement Party Show”
  • “Superior Donuts”

Trouble Puppet Theater Company – hybrid; Austin, Texas

  • “The Strange Case of Edward Hyde and Doctor Jekyll”

Wisdom Tooth Theatre Project – hybrid; Indianapolis (resident theatre at the Indy Fringe)

  • “The Bad Seed”
  • “Distracted”
  • “The Winter’s Tale” – with IndyShakes

Zach Rosing Productions – hybrid; Indianapolis

  • “The Rocky Horror Show” at the Athenaeum – twice!

‘See you at the theatres!

Hope Baugh – www.IndyTheatreHabit.com

(Photo above was taken by me using my trusty iPhone at Oishi Sushi in the Irvington area of Indianapolis.)

© 2014 Hope Baugh

2 thoughts on “2014 Directory of Shows”

  1. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog in the past and noticed your reviews in Nuvo recently – nice! We are advertising again this season in Nuvo. I wanted to offer you tickets for our Theatre’s performance of Moon Over Buffalo on May 1-3. Just let me know if you are interested and I’ll set some aside for you.

  2. Hi, David – Thanks very much for reading my blog, for reading and advertising in Nuvo, and for offering me tickets. Everything I write for Nuvo has to be approved first by my editor, Scott Shoger, so it is best to email him directly: sshoger at nuvo dot net. Break a leg with “Moon Over Buffalo!”

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