On Thursday, December 30, for my last show of 2010, I drove to the northwest side of Indianapolis to the Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre for Media Night for “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” Because this theatre’s seasons run January-December, this is the first show of Beef and Boards’ 38th season.
There are a lot of talented cuties in this Tony Award-winning musical comedy and the service was excellent as usual so I had a wonderful time. I also enjoyed talking shop with some of my fellow reviewers.
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Holy smokes! Have you heard? Phil Van Hest, aka Phil the Void, aka the hilarious, long-time Indy Fringe performer who has been comfortably based in Los Angeles the whole time I have known him, aka the beloved purveyor of gnome saying bumper stickers and BattleCat trading cards, is definitely MOVING TO INDIANAPOLIS this spring!
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I have now been to two “editions” of the Three Dollar Bill Comedy Company’s “Fiddle Shticks” show at Comedy Sportz. The first was on Friday, January 9, 2009. The second was the following Friday, January 16, 2009. The show is every Friday night at 10 pm for six weeks (through February 13, 2009.) Each week, the company repeats audience favorites from the previous week and incorporates a few new sketches that are based on up-to-the-minute current events. You must be 17 years old or older to attend.
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