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Any time of year is a good time for a story, but Halloween is a great time, especially for a ghost story.

So, just in time for Halloween season, Storytelling Arts is hosting their popular Ghost Stories Event with the added bonus of two drive-in movie screenings!

On today’s Indy Style, Tracy chatted with the Co-founder of Storytelling Arts Indiana, Bob Sander.

There will be two films shown after the live, ghost stories “The Addams Family” and “The Ring.” Guests can stay until 1:00 a.m. to watch them if they want. So, for $50 a carload, this is quite a deal.

Storytelling Arts of Indiana has redesigned its popular Ghost Stories event for fans to enjoy safely in the age of COVID-19. Relocating from Crown Hill Cemetery to Tibbs Drive-In allows guests to remain in their cars or socially distanced in lawn chairs for the ultimate, outdoor, fall tailgating experience on Friday, October 23, 2020.

Hoosier storytellers Celestine Bloomfield, David Matlack, Sally Perkins and Bob Sander will spin spine-tingling tales for all to enjoy, followed by a family-friendly scary movie on the big screen. When it ends, we’ll show one for the adults. Decorate your car and plan to wear a costume!

WHEN: Friday, October 23, 2020

WHERE: Tibbs Drive-In, 480 S Tibbs Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46241

Schedule of events:
8:00 p.m. – Ghost Stories
9:00 p.m. – “The Addams Family” (1991 film)
11:00 p.m. – “The Ring” (2002 film)

COST: Tickets are $20 for an individual, $50 for 2+ people in vehicle and can be purchased online at

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Curtains are going up on some of Indy’s live local performances, so we’re going “On the Aisle” with Tom Alvarez, performing arts critic, to learn where you can catch some of these fun shows and how they’re doing their part to practice social distancing.

Tom’s Performing Arts Picks 

Actors Theatre of Indiana Drive In, Monon Square Shopping Center, Sept. 18,

William Shakespeare’s Long-Lost Play (Abridged), IndyFringe Indy Eleven Theatre. Sept. 18,

Beethoven at Butler, Butlert Arts Center, Sept. 20,

Brenda Williams, IndyFringe Basile Theatre, Sept. 18,

Indianapolis Symphonic Choir Community Sing, Basile Opera Center, Oct. 2,

Holliday Park Concert, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, Sept. 20,

To read Tom’s reviews, previews and interviews on his “On the Aisle” blog, visit TomAlvarez.Studio. Also, follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Travel back to those summer nights with the family and enjoy music under the stars. The Actors Theatre of Indiana’s presents a new special event and you’re invited! Don Farrell, co-founder of Actors Theatre of Indiana. Here’s more from him:

Let’s get away from it all!

Hop in the car and head on down to the Drive-In! Join Actors Theatre of Indiana and travel back to those summer nights when the family would pile into their two-toned Chevy to watch their favorite stars under the stars.

The events will take place on the LIVE Stage at Monon Square Shopping Center in Carmel from 7pm to 9pm.

Enjoy the music that made the movies memorable, performed by Don Farrell, Judy Fitzgerald, Cindy Collins and Tim Hunt!

Reminisce with songs that were made famous by Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Shirley Bassey, Dean Martin, Tom Jones, Peggy Lee and so much more!

So, step on it and get your tickets now while you can to this fun-filled event! See you there!


For more information, visit the ATI website.