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Murat Theatre at Old National Centre

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502 N. New Jersey St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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(317) 231-0000
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my experience at the murrat just this past saturday (10/8/11) at the STS9 which was great but the service at the bar was sad first i got short change,i asked how much the bottle ...

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I cannot tell you how disappointed I am to find that the Murat Theatre, which is one of the most beautiful, historical theatres, has now turned into a smoke filled, drunken rowdy...

dissappoited 10/9/2011

my experience at the murrat just this past saturday (10/8/11) at the STS9 which was great but the service at the bar was sad first i got short change,i asked how much the bottle beers was, she said 6 i said ok, heres a $20 she gave me four dollars back i said umm i gave u a $20 aaannnd of course she played if off like she didnt know and i sure as hell did not tip her! and water isnt free there? huh news to me...no one wants to buy desani water,it drys your mouth out.... thank you hava great day ! more

What happened? 3/26/2011

I cannot tell you how disappointed I am to find that the Murat Theatre, which is one of the most beautiful, historical theatres, has now turned into a smoke filled, drunken rowdy saloon. I attended the Willie Nelson performance last night, expecting that because he was performing at the Murat theatre, it would be a pleasant opportunity to see a great performer. I saw that there were parents with small children also expecting to find a safe envirornment to bring their children. It was not. more

consider this before attending Murat 5/14/2009

Having recently attended the sold out James Taylor concert I became immediately aware that the sales of alcohol throughout the concert (as allowed by the artist) and the late-seating policy (as allowed by the producer) interfered significantly with the integrity of the concert overall. Because people are allowed to get/bring in drinks throughout the concert (not limited to intermission) AND the seats/rows are circa 1890s (back when audiences had the dignity to endure a performance in its entirety without requiring beverages, phone calls or bathroom breaks during the show), each and every time someone wanted to leave their seat the entire row was forced to stand up to release them. This meant that for no less than a minute PER excursion PER person a wide array of other concert goers had limited view of the stage. This inconvenience does not include the constant vocalizing of the drunk members of the audience, either. The theater is beautiful, and a lovely venue on its own. James Taylor was fantastic, as always. But unless you are looking for an outdoor arena ambiance in an antique, indoor venue, I recommend you call and ask about the late-seating and concessions policies before you reserve your tickets at the Murat (or any other venue). Please note that it is the choice of both the producer and the artist that made these two issues a concern--not the venue. But you will do yourself a favor if you check those policies out before committing to an evening of hard-spent money wasted on the wasted... Pros: beautiful historic theater Cons: theater not intended for ""stadium"" atmosphere more
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