As the situation with COVID-19 continues to develop, we wanted to reach out and assure you that the health, safety, and wellbeing of our patrons, employees, artists, and volunteers are of the utmost importance to us. We want everyone to feel comfortable while attending our theatres. to that end, we are following the centers for disease control and prevention’s (CDC) direction and will continue to monitor the situation closely.
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In my former life I was a radiologist, so becoming a photographer seems like a natural evolution. My photography has always been based on instinct. I shoot what catches my eye…what moves me. The essential act is seeing, seeing and reacting with excitement.


The District Theatre joins in solidarity with African Americans and all people of goodwill decrying oppression and calling for justice. Black Lives Matter. We are committed to facilitating the articulation and expression of Black lives, values, culture, issues, and dynamics through the performing arts. We will continue cultivating and offering a platform for Black playwrights, actors, directors, producers, and those involved at all levels of stage crafts and theatre.


“Coming into this play, I was completely surprised by the history of IUPUI — how it all began. “I had no idea of the struggle and the price it actually cost to have this establishment that we have here today.” — Jay Fuqua, Actor “The Price of Progress”


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