Award-winning writer, journalist, author, playwright and comedian Lou Harry hosts this mix of insightful conversation, puns, improv comedy and music. Recorded before a live audience in the Oxford Room above the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis.
"Rita from Across the Street" presented by Indy Pod Theater
Indy Pod Theater live play reading series debut, Lou Harry's "Rita from Across the Street."
Finding Our Rhythm
Are you ready for the Oscars? What were the best movies of 2019? Host Lou Harry, movie critic Evan Dossey and media expert Ed Wenck discuss (and sometimes disagree).
Nothing in this episode went as planned. Our featured guest, acclaimed drummer Kenny Phelps, nearly missed the show. His drum kit definitely did. Kenny and Lou ‘find their rhythm’ however and recover beautifully. Kenny improvises a performance pulling from a hodgepodge of small percussion instruments we had on hand. Serendipity has rewards – Kenny’s performance is captivating.
This episode was recorded before a lively audience in the Oxford Room above the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis on January 19, 2020.
This episode contains mild explicit language.
Lou Harry's Cultural Update Jan. - Feb. 2020
Lou Harry offers recommendations for cultural events taking place in and around Central Indiana mid-January to mid-February 2020.
Recorded live in the Oxford Room above the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis, January 19, 2020 as part of Lou Harry Gets Real with Kenny Phelps.
Julia Whitehead, CEO of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum & Library, joins Lou at the table to share KVML news, including the opening a new restuarant, The Mr. Rosewater Cafe, later this year. Mr. Rosewater is headed by acclaimed restauranteur Tom Battista, who was not only in the audience the night of the taping, but was a featured guest on a previous Gets Real episode, found here:
Lou Harry's Cultural Update is generously sponsored by the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis.
Lou Harry's Cultural Update 11/19 to 1/20
Lou Harry offers recommendations for cultural events taking place in and around Central Indiana mid-November 2019 to early January 2020.
Recorded live in the Oxford Room above the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis, November 17, 2019 before Indy Pod Theater's live cast reading of Lou's play "Rita From Across the Street."
Lou Harry's Cultural Update is sponsored by the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis.
Lou Harry welcomes Indianapolis hip hop producer, photographer and community leader Wildstyle DaProducer who brings with him one of his main musical collaborators, rapper Pope Adrian Bless (accompanied by guitarist Grim).
Comedian, writer, director, producer, actor and musician Daryl Hollonquest Jr. jumps in as Lou's co-host. In a special segment Mr. Hollonquest demonstrates his skills as a life coach / marriage counselor as he advises volunteers from the audience.
This episode was recorded before a live audience in the Oxford Room above the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis on October 20, 2019.
This episode contains explicit language.
Storytime with Jim Ansaldo
Improv comic Jim Ansaldo's take on a beloved children's story. This segment is pulled from Episode 10 of Lou Harry Gets Real - "The Golden Palace." Recorded before a live audience, September 15, 2019, in the Oxford Room above the Aristocrat Pub in Indianapolis.
Very good show
Good show very fun and entertaining