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Spotlight (arts event)

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Artists Collide as Spotlight Event Raises $352K

Q Artistry led in terms of quirk factor, and spoken-word poet Tasha Jones continued her striking series of turns.

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Spotlight 2014: Five Must-See Performances

I’m willing to bet soul-music legend Ray Charles never expected his music to be the backbone of a contemporary modern-dance company. But Nicholas Owens Dance Company has done just that.

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Indy 500 Snake Pit & Carb Day Rosters Released

Month of May festivities will ramp up to performances by rockers Sammy Hagar and Sublime With Rome, followed by the eardrum-shaking beats of NERVO, Dillon Francis, and Hardwell in the infield during the Indy 500 race itself.

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Spotlight Event to Feature 15 Performances, with Six First Timers

New acts go on every five to 10 minutes at this charity-aiding showcase that also serves as an ADD-addled arts lover’s dream.

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Artists Shine as Spotlight Nets $401K Toward AIDS Relief

Local arts stars collided at Clowes Memorial Hall on May 7. Their universal mission: to entertain, and to raise money for the Indiana AIDS Fund, at Spotlight’s 17th showcase of live performance talent.

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Q&A: Austin Armacost of The A List: New York

He is an Indianapolis native, reality TV star, and all of 24 years old now. As a New York–based model, Austin Armacost once infamously dated fashion designer Marc Jacobs. Boys become men, but this one did so on camera, for the world to see. He’s one of the hedonistic stars of The A List: New York, a self-descriptive, loud and rowdy program on the LOGO channel following the lives of six gay and bisexual men in New York City. The show is produced by the Manhattan-based True Entertainment, also responsible for the like-minded Real Housewives of Atlanta. It is now appearing on UK and European TV.

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What I Know: Tasha Jones

Life on the road isn’t glamorous, unless your idea of glamour is waking at 4 a.m. to practice your performance, dressing your kids at 6, writing until lunch, making phone calls all afternoon, then picking the kids up, cooking dinner, and sleeping for five hours.

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