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This was so much fun. William had a question and answer session after the movie. He had a lot of good stories. This is a beautiful venue. The only draw back, the seats are very narrow and our knees were almost up against the seats...More
So The Venue itself is awesome, I love that I can walk there from my house but there is plenty of parking if you drive. The sight lines and sound are great, everyone is very nice and helpful, he only thing keeping this from 5...More
We went to a concert here in January and it was lovely! Never been to this venue before. There were plenty of restaurants around and parking places. In a nice section of town, lots of people walking around. New apartments are being built in the...More
We saw Vince Gill on a frigid, snowy January night at the Murat. It's an old Vaudeville-type theater (oldest remaining show stage in Indy) and the seating could use an upgrade. People today are a little "wider" than in years past. We had seats in...More
We seen a comedian in the Egyptian Room, we had second row seats and overall had a great time. I do have to agree with some of the other reviews as to the seating. It was very cramped and me and the lady sitting beside...More
Second time at the venue, second time we were crammed in like sardines. Seats are interlocked and not numbered, so you have people coming in trying to count out their seat while climbing over others, once they find their seat, you pray they are skinny...More
My husband surprised me with front row seats to Whose Live (Whose Line is it, Anyway?) We were on the end of the row and up against the stage, so letting people pass by was very hard (I had to stand and lean against my...More
First timer and I thought the place had a great ambiance. Cool woodwork in the interior and the place had amazing sound. We sat up high in the balcony and it still felt like great seats. The only knock is the seating is cramped otherwise...More
I'm attending the Tony Bennet concert tonight at the Murat Theatre, is a long black evening gown over dressed for that venue?
March 19, 2016|
I would say that the show you are seeing will dictate the attire more than the theater. We are Broadway in Indpls ticket subscribers, and half of our shows occur at the Murat. We see attire from jeans to nice dinner clothing at the touring Broadway shows. We never see cocktail or formal attire. Tony Bennett, however, could bring a more formal atmosphere, though. The best thing is to wear what makes you happy and have a lovely time.
Breweries or tap rooms near Mass Ave (3 Replies)
We're spending one night near Mass Ave to attend a concert at the Murat Theatre. We like craft beer. Are there any breweries or tap rooms in the neighborhood?
January 24, 2018|
As pointed out you'll find lots of options in the area. You've already got some suggestions here's some more: 1. Raltson's (Taproom?). I've been a few times (as they are a dart bar & I throw darts). They have a very(?) good beer selection, some regulars on tap, rotating taps, as well as bottles; my memory is that are fairly heavy on local options. I don't think I've had their food (not that you mentioned food) or if I did it wasn't particularly memorable. 2. Bru Burger. This is a good...More
Seating inside of the Murat Theatre? (11 Replies)
There are tickets available for a show that I want to see, but the best available are in row "PP" of the Right Section. They are on the inner aisle, but I'm curious as to what the view is going to be like? Does anyone have any experience? PP is the second to last row on the main floor. There are ticket broker options for much closer, but for 5x as much as face value. Any opinions or suggestions would be most appreciated.
November 28, 2009|
Hi ifontaine. PP is pretty far back, so I think it depends on what kind of show it is. The sound is good most places at the Murat. Closer rows in the balcony would be much better than row PP on the floor. I like the perspective there as well if you can get in the first 5 rows or so. That said, we saw David Sedaris there for a reading & we were at about FF or so & sound was good & the view (of course it was only a man standing & reading) was fine. A play or dance performance might not be as...More