Bona Thompson Memorial Center
The Bona Thompson Memorial Cetner, is a historic building and library for the original Butler University campus(1875 – 1928) in the Irvington Historic District. The building, designed by Henry H. Dupont and Jesse T. Johnson, was constructed in 1903. Today it is the home of the Irvington Historical Society and their collections. Exhibits, public entertainment are held here. The building can also be rented for private functions.
Broad Ripple Village
Looking for something different? Step into Broad Ripple Village. Take in live music, go for a friendly game of darts or billiards, or show your moves on a dance floor. This is the place for a night out with friends. Browse for emerging fashions, vintage clothing, and eclectic wares. Whatever you choose, Broad Ripple Village is pedestrian-friendly and ready for you to discover.
Buck Creek Playhouse
In 2001, Buck Creek Players moved into its current home, the Buck Creek Playhouse, at 11150 Southeastern Avenue. The current space was originally built as an indoor tennis facility that was later converted into a church. Much of the space was rebuilt to accommodate the productions it would now house. While increasing capacity, the space is still intimate, seating a maximum of 130 people.
Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace
Whether you are planning your next business meeting, group presentation, art exhibit, networking event, film screening, fashion show, reception, or stage play, consider the new Carmel Community Playhouse. The possibilities are endless! The new Playhouse and Meeting Center locted at the south end of Clay Terrace in Carmel is an affordable, flexible-use space that can accommodate up to 120 people in either a theater seating arrangement.
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* Custom configuration and staging options may be limited during theatrical production runs.
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Clowes Memorial Hall, Butler Arts Center
Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University opened on October 18, 1963, and was built through the vision and auspices of Edith Whitehall Clowes, wife of Dr. George Henry Alexander Clowes, a former research director with Eli Lilly and Company. Clowes Memorial Hall boasts a 2200-seat auditorium and hosts a variety of performances, university and community events, and town hall lectures throughout the year. In addition to the Clowes Performing Arts Series and its Education Program, Clowes also is the home of resident companies such as the Indianapolis Opera, the Jordan College’s Music at Butler series and the Butler Ballet. Other great organizations such as Broadway in Indianapolis and Butler’s Visiting Writers Series and Religion Seminars all use this facility.
For 40 years, Clowes Memorial Hall has remained one of the Midwest’s premiere performing arts facilities. Keeping in line with its mission of lifelong learning in and through the arts, Clowes programs a performing arts series each year, focusing on internationally, artistically, and culturally diverse live performance. Its programming is eclectic and unique to the Clowes stage.
Cook Theater at Indiana Landmarks Center
The Cook Theater, at the Indiana Landmarks Center, is a rich, all-wood space with a proscenium stage, accommodates up to 325 with flexible seating arrangements and adjacent meeting rooms.
Decatur Public library
Decatur Township was the first Marion County Township outside Center Township to receive a branch library. Opening on August 9, 1967 and located in a storefront location in the Marwood Shopping Center, 3373 Kentucky Ave., it was first named the Marwood Branch Library. While serving the Mars Hill and Maywood neighborhoods north on Kentucky Ave. the branch also served the established rural areas further south in Decatur Township such as Camby, Valley Mills and West Newton. Circulation averaged around 80,000 to 90,000 annually while the collection size was around 5,500 books.
The Do317 Lounge is a unique concert and performance space on the 2nd floor of the Murphy Arts Building in Indianapolis' Fountain Square. It has the feel of an exclusive speakeasy, incredible sound, and the perfect ambiance to bring out amazing performances. The Lounge hosts concert events, private events, meetings, art exhibits, and the Do317 Lounge Sessions. We are a 21+ venue offer a diverse selection of beer & wine.
When attending concerts, always use the rear entrance under the Red Lion sign. Enter though the back doors to the building and take a right, go up the stairs and walk across the 2nd level to Suite 215. We're not gonna lie, it can be tricky to find your first time. But hey, that's part of the adventure.
Bands that have played here: The Lumineers, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Wood Brothers, Free Energy, Dawes, Lucero, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Reingwolf, Green River Ordinance, Blitzen Trapper, JD McPherson, Jason Lytle, John Fullbright, Yuna, Houndmouth, Young Heirlooms, Reignwolf, Walk The Moon, Family of the Year, Marnie Stern, The Oh Hellos, Leagues, Sallie Ford, Scott Lucas and many more.
Dorothy Munger Hall
Munger Hall is an outstanding recital facility within Meridian Music, and it was designed with teachers and student recitals in mind. This recital hall is also used for private music lessons, teacher workshops, master classes, and musical concerts. Named in honor of the late Dorothy Munger, former pianist-in-residence for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Munger Hall is used by our own instructors as well as by many outside teachers, arts groups, and others for musical performances and recitals. Munger Hall can comfortably seat up to 120.
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