Rodeway Inn & Suites
15131 Thatcher Lane
Carmel, IN 46033
Phone: (317) 575-0000
Fax: (317) 575-8982
This large movie house located in downtown Carmel has every film a movie-goer could want. With 17 screens, there is no shortage of variety of movies from blockbuster films to limited release showings. The theater can get pretty crowded and busy on the weekends but weekdays are a breeze.
Patti Trostle Fine Art's oil portraits and paintings will be on display and for sale at the Carmel Cafe Patachou.
Also known as the Main Street Productions of Westfield, the Westfield Playhouse is a remarkable place to go, not only for the amazing plays that the theater stages but also because of the historic importance of the building. The complex in which the playhouse is now located, was a chapel during the civil war. The building has undergone a refurbishment, but some parts like the basement still belong to the yesteryears. This is also the place where the slaves during the war were hidden and sheltered. Westfield Playhouse now showcases plays from different genres which merit a viewing for their sheer grandness and message. To know the schedule of the performances here, check the website.
The Keystone Art Cinema is a movie theater like no other. Its theaters are filled with more independent and unique films than the typical corporate theater. The seating and sound quality are top-notch. And best of all, beyond the conventional snack bar, you can get a beer or cocktail at the theater's lounge to enjoy while you watch your movie.
Interaction Theater is an non-profit organization that has dedicated itself to the development of a unique theatrical form namely, interactive theater. With the belief that the theatrical art is one of the ways to bring together the otherwise fragmented life of the individuals, this place stages experimental performances with human interaction as its main theme in majority of shows. If you are interested in performing arts, especially theater, attending a show here will reveal a unique method to promote human bonding.
For those who wish to acquaint themselves with new people and develop new friendships, the Northside K of C Club is worth checking out. Providing various fun activities including parties, dining, concerts, tournaments, the club focuses on boosting recreation and relationships. For more details on current events, schedules, do visit the website or call ahead.
Want to take a look at some of the finest art as you pick quaint art pieces to do up your home? Visit this Art Center and be enthralled by the sheer variety of art dotting the walls. Supporting the cause of the local artists, this venue seeks to promote their work. Also famous for the wide array of art dos and events held here, the Indianapolis Art Center is famous for having inaugurated the Broad Ripple Art Fair in 1971, and it has since grown to an annual event with an attendance of 26,000 people. The in-house art store lets you purchase what you see even as you take your fill of the eye catching art work: buy exotic clothing, pots, paitings, frames among other things and surprise your loved ones. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
The Mud Creek Players was created during the World War II as a women's group who met to make uniforms once every month. After the war was over, the group was transformed into a play reading group, which later on progressed into a full fledged theater company. The company had to move several locations before they acquired and transformed a barn into their theater. The Mud Creek Players now host plays and performances in several genres, right from classics, children plays to experimental performances. With authentic barn style seating, stage and even green rooms, watching a performance here is an enthralling and unique experience. To know the schedule of the plays, check the website.
The Vogue Theater is a premier music venue and nightclub bringing great music to Indianapolis. As a music venue, the space is intimate and enjoyable, and has hosted performances by such greats as Snoop Lion and Les Claypool. Several times a week it becomes a happening nightclub featuring drink specials and a mix of retro and top 40 hits. There's a balcony area with seating for when your legs get tired, and VIP bottle service if you're willing to spend the money.
The Klipsch (formerly Verizon Wireless) Music Center is the place for music lovers, with a performance roster that boasts every major musical act to pass through Indiana. Concerts at the center are bound to go house full. Lawn Passes are available for $20 or less, depending upon the performance. For those willing to pay a little more, stadium seating is available to get you closer to the action.
For a great cinematic experience, where you watch the film really does matter. Entertaining you with just the right atmosphere amidst a descent crowd the Hamilton 16 IMAX is the where you should take your entire clan. Be it with family or friends, the spectacular sound and screens bring the images to life. The theater also rents its spaces for birthday parties and other private events. For further information, log on to their website.
Located north of downtown Indianapolis, the International House of Pitting (I.H.O.P.) is a preferred stopover for renowned touring punk bands and indie rock bands. Although the venue is small and can easily be overshadowed by other bigger venues, the intimacy it provides with the bands matches no other. Upcoming bands like JabberJosh, Closet Burner and The Classless have all performed to a packed house at International House of Pitting (I.H.O.P.).