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Beef & Boards to Show Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes”

Cole Porter is coming to the Beef & Boards Theatre from April 3 to May 11 with his 80-year-old nautical classic, Anything Goes. It’s the same old story: boy-meets-girl-on-ship, girl-has-fiance-on-ship, hilarity-ensues. The boy and girl in question — Billy Crocker Read more >

Beef & Boards Kicks Off 2014 Season With ‘Lend Me A Tenor’

It’s a rare event for Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre to do a regular play with little to no singing. But when they do, it’s always a special treat for me. This year, Beef & Boards kicked off their upcoming Read more >

A Steampunk Holiday Adventure in Vincennes

Steampunk is often considered a sub-genre of entertainment, but it’s starting to emerge as its own genre classification of music, literature, and art. Steampunk, if you’re not familiar, is currently a sub-genre of science fiction where everything is steam powered. Read more >

A Beef & Boards Christmas Kicks Off Friday, November 29

Call me a Scrooge, but for me, the Christmas season doesn’t start until about 18 days before Christmas Day. I’ve finally woken up from my Thanksgiving stupor, and the Christmas commercials and music have started creeping into my brain before Read more >

Two Festival of Trees in Indiana This Year

Paramount Theatre Festival of Trees, Anderson, Indiana At the Paramount Theatre, they’re bringing back the local favorite, the Festival of Trees. With decorated trees, wreaths, Larry Davenport’s world-famous train village, musical concerts, a visit by Santa Clausweek-long children’s entertainment, ballroom Read more >

2013 Vevay-Switzerland County celebrates Bicentennial-Oct. 4-13

It’s a 200th birthday party and you’re invited! Vevay-Switzerland County is celebrating their Bicentennial on October 4-13, 2013 with activities and events for all ages. Dubbed the “Birthplace of the First Successful Commercial Winery in the United States,” Switzerland County is also Read more >

IndyFringe Festival Wrap-Up: New Attendance Record. Again.

The 9th annual IndyFringe Festival closed Sunday, August 25th, having set attendance and box office records yet again. According to the Festival organizers, 17,286 people watched a play during the 10 days festival, marking a 16% increase over 2012 (another Read more >

IndyFringe Festival 2013 Starts August 15

“It’s that most wonderful time of the year, Where actors are acting, and buskers are busking, From both far and ne-e-e-ear! It’s that most festive time of the year!” It’s my most favorite time of year in the city, IndyFringe Read more >

Four Things to do While You’re In Town for the Indianapolis 500

Whether you’re visiting Indianapolis for your first very first 500, or you’re here for your 20th year, chances are you’re not venturing much outside Speedway and the west side. That’s too bad, because Indianapolis is a great city with a Read more >