Posts about: Dance Kaleidoscope

Performing Arts Groups React To The Pandemic

March 17, 2020

When it was announced on Thursday that Broadway was shutting down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, I had a sinking feeling it would only be a matter of time before the same fate would befall theatres and venues in Central Indiana. In the days... read more

‘La Vie on Broadway’ shines as brightly as its namesake

January 7, 2020

Near the end of November, I spent four days in New York City, where I saw three Broadway musicals. With pleasant memories still fresh in my consciousness, I was enthralled with “La Vie on Broadway” presented by Dance Kaleidoscope here in Indy. I attended Friday’s... read more

Arts advocate Marianne Tobias gets to the heart of the matter

October 31, 2019

Classical pianist, author, musicologist, arts patron and philanthropist Marianne Tobias will be presented with the Kathryn Taurel Women of the Arts Award, named in memory of outstanding arts volunteer Kathryn Taurel, at the Indianapolis Opera Ball. The event titled, “Elixer of Love,” will take place... read more

DK concert features dream-team collaboration

May 22, 2019

It was a visual and auditory feast when Dance Kaleidoscope joined the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, led by conductor Matthew Kraemer and 2017 American Pianists Awards winner Drew Petersen, to present “See the Music, Hear the Dance.” I attended opening night Friday at the Howard L.... read more

‘Soul Sisters’ evokes nostalgia in homage to legendary singers

August 8, 2018

There is no more pleasant way to spend an afternoon than to attend, like I did Sunday, a Dance Kaleidoscope concert, particularly one that is held at the well-appointed and comfortable Tarkington Theatre at Carmel’s Center for the Performing arts. The program itself, which paid... read more