July 25-27 at 7:30 p.m. & July 27 at 4:00 p.m.
Examining 80 years of history along historic Indiana Avenue, from bebop to hip-hop, fashion and the businesses that shaped the community. It also tells IUPUI’s history through scenes portraying its founding, struggle and what it actually costs to have this establishment exist today.
“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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— NUVO, Jan. 2019
“The intimate confines of The District Theatre secondary cabaret stage add to the atmosphere, especially when Banta and Mullen’s antics take them through the audience.”
— Plays with John & Wendy, March 2019
Interested in volunteering?
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!