What would I do if I had unlimited time, energy, and coin in Indy in October?
Okay, you didn’t answer that. But I’m going to answer it anyway.
It’d check out “Science Fiction Double Feature: The Improvised Rockin Horror Show,” Oct. 4-Nov 2 at CSz Indianapolis. Improvisers offer their spin on B-movies of the 1930s through 1960s in this adults-only musical make-it-up-as-they-go show. Audience costumes encouraged.
I’d finally get to PreEnactIndy, Oct. 5. For the third year, a neighborhood is reimagined as three blocks are transformed via actors, interactive spaces, music, and more.
I’d see a half dozen or so films at the Heartland Film Festival, Oct. 10-20.
I’d most definitely bask in the glow of Lillias White, Oct. 11-12 at the Cabaret. And I’d me a little upset if she didn’t sing “My Body” from “The Life.”
I’d get over to the Egyptian Room Oct 12 to see Nick Kroll.
I’d see what choreographers Kiesha Lalama, Cynthia Pratt and Mariel Greenlee have on their minds in Dance Kaleidoscope’s “Women Sublime: The Feminine Point of View” Oct 7-20.
I’d see all four productions at Indy Bard Fest Oct. 17-27 at the Indy Fringe and District Theatres
I read it a few years back, but I’d finally get to see “Alabama Story” in Actors Theatre of Indiana’s production Oct. 25-Nov. 17.
And I’d see the Earth Winds & Fire Legacy Reunion Oct. 26 at the Palladium.
Plus I’d check out Fonseca Theatre‘s new digs.