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Indianapolis' Rivoli Theatre about the time Universal theatres opened it.

RIVOLI, INDIANAPOLIS Fundraiser

Indianapolis' Rivoli Theatre about the time Universal theatres opened it in 1927.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Now that the Super Bowl is gone you can be at the historic Athenaeum, 401 East Michigan Street, downtown Indianapolis ( a venue toured during our Indianapolis Conclave in 2010. We had lunch in their Rathskeller), when the Rivoli Center for the Performing Arts, Inc presents the second annual Rivoli Revue on Saturday, March 3, 2012. This year, various aspects of the arts will be represented with performers and acts. Scheduled to appear are: members of the Indianapolis Philharmonic Orchestra,  Creme De La Femmes (burlesque group), Bennu Dancers (belly dance troupe), South Six 5 (band), Krista Gordon (singer), Amanda Capps (singer), and Mariel Greenlee (dancer from Dance Kaleidoscope).
 
The Rivoli group is trying to rehab and re-open the theatre. Architect Jim Kienle, a THS member, has done a rehab study for them.
 

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