March 21-24, 2013 weekend conference set for home of theater, stock cars, satire and song
Organizer Lou Harry bids us welcome to Indianapolis: “Central Indiana is looking forward to welcoming you to the home of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing and the place that gave the world Kurt Vonnegut and David Letterman. Conference offerings will include the Midwest premiere of Nicky Silver’s “The Lyons” at the Phoenix Theatre, a performance of Matthew Lopez’s “The Whipping Man” at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, a trip to the new $118 million Center for the Performing Arts for a concert by Barbara Cook and Michael Feinstein and a visit to Feinstein’s Great American Songbook Archives, plus lots more… .
You’ll also have the option to stay in a brand-new art-focused—and relatively inexpensive—hotel, explore the downtown Cultural Trail, and experience readings, mini-concerts, and more. Lots of details to come in the weeks ahead, but I hope this encourages you to join us for a conference that will redefine weekend conferences the way that Indianapolis’ Super Bowl redefined Super Bowls.”
Put this on your calendar now!