Phenomenal Women

Oct. 19-21 & Oct. 26-28

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A celebration of women through dance, poetry and music portrayed through the work of Maya Angelou and Mari Evans and emerging Indianapolis poets, including Mijiza Soyini and the voices of Staci McCrackin and Sharon Rimmer.

 

Indianapolis Ballet presents: New Works Showcase Series

Nov. 8-10, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. & Nov. 11 at 3 p.m.

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Fresh, genre-bending choreography in an intimate setting that will allow audience members to witness the passion, precision and athleticism of professional dance via a unique, up-close experience.

OPEN Indy

Nov. 16 & 17, 2018

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OPEN Indy (Original. Performance. Experiments. Now.) is a new short-term program for performers of all disciplines that provides accessible, professional, and dynamic training opportunities. Each year, OPEN Indy will provide workshops and performances with a master guest artist who is doing cutting edge, cross-disciplinary work. Our inaugural workshop features Gerry Trentham, an internationally known director/performer based in Toronto and artistic director of lbs/sq” performance.

Katy Gentry: Judy Garland LIVE!

December 7, 8, 14 & 15 at 7:30 p.m. and December 9 & 16 at 4:00 p.m.

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A formidable talent in her own right, Katy Gentry weaves stories of her own struggles and triumphs, relating them to the music and milestones of her idol, the great Judy Garland.

KEVIN!!!!!!

December 13-23, 2018, 8pm & Sunday matinees at 3pm

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Featuring live projections, puppets, and a four-person choir, all told in Recent Cutbacks’ signature brand of humor, nostalgia, and thrilling theatricality. Discover the true meaning (maybe) of Christmas this year with “KEVIN!!!!!!” – a parody of Home Alone.

Phenomenal Women

Oct. 19-21 & Oct. 26-28

A celebration of women through dance, poetry and music portrayed through the work of Maya Angelou and Mari Evans and emerging Indianapolis poets, including Mijiza Soyini and the voices of Staci McCrackin and Sharon Rimmer.

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Indianapolis Ballet presents: New Works Showcase Series

Nov. 8-10 at 7:30 p.m. & Nov. 11 at 3 p.m.

Fresh, genre-bending choreography in an intimate setting that will allow audience members to witness the passion, precision and athleticism of professional dance via a unique, up-close experience.

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OPEN Indy

Nov. 16 & 17, 2018

OPEN Indy (Original. Performance. Experiments. Now.) is a new short-term program for performers of all disciplines, providing workshops and performances with a master guest artist. We welcome Gerry Trentham, internationally known director/performer.

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Katy Gentry: Judy Garland LIVE!

December 7, 8, 14 & 15 at 7:30 p.m. and December 9 & 16 at 4:00 p.m.

A formidable talent in her own right, Katy Gentry weaves stories of her own struggles and triumphs, relating them to the music and milestones of her idol, the great Judy Garland.

BUY TICKETS

 

KEVIN!!!!!!

December 13-23, 2018, 8pm & Sunday matinees at 3pm

Featuring live projections, puppets, and a four-person choir… Discover the true meaning (maybe) of Christmas this year with “KEVIN!!!!!!” – a parody of Home Alone.

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What critics are saying about “Katy Gentry: Judy Garland LIVE!”
(Photo by Ed Stewart)

“Ms. Gentry covers a remarkable variety of Garland classics in a way that, while reminiscent of the legend, also allows Gentry’s own star power to shine through…

…this show provides a delightful evening of song as well as touching stories of life and art intersecting. The opening night crowd certainly agreed with me, offering the performers a well-deserved standing ovation.” — Adam Crowe, A Seat on the Aisle, July, 2018

 

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“Indy Theater Gets New name, Operator”

Inside Indiana Business, Apr 25th 2018

“CICF President and The District Theatre Board Chair Brian Payne says IndyFringe has a ‘proven track record’ of successfully managing theaters, saying the organization “has continued to grow their own theater and the IndyFringe Festival, and we feel confident they will continue.”

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Are you ready to participate where laughter, love and pathos converge – along with a little bit of elbow grease? We are accepting applications for volunteers. Reach us through our contact form!