IndyFringe CROWD PLAY

The Inspiration behind Crowd Play

 

Crowd Play was created by and first presented by Melbourne Fringe as part of the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival in Melbourne, Australia.

Led by The Bandits (the Alkira Centre) and The Common People Dance Project, over 1,500 participants came together for 3 separate performances during the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival to highlight the value of participatory arts in a healthy lifestyle.

Crowd Play was created by and first presented by Melbourne Fringe as part of the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival in Melbourne, Australia.

Led by The Bandits (the Alkira Centre) and The Common People Dance Project, over 1,500 participants came together for 3 separate performances during the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival to highlight the value of participatory arts in a healthy lifestyle.

How to become a theatre education advocate!

Indy Fringe‘s
CROWD PLAY
presents:

How to become a theatre education advocate!

How can businesses get involved?
• Show your support for the arts in local high school by donating time, space, or money to the theater department!
• Help fund on a school trip by promising to match up to a certain amount of fundraised money.
• Purchase a block of season tickets to performances for your employees and their families (Check out IndyFringe.org for upcoming shows!)

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CROWD PLAY Rehearsal Videos

Calling all Indianapolis-area performers! CROWD PLAY is growing!  If you would like to perform, please email director Tarah Cantrell (tarah.cantrell@gmail.com) and watch the CROWD PLAY blog, coming to IndyFringe.org on Tuesday, November 22, for more details!  Performers will have the opportunity to dance on Mass Ave to advocate for Performing Arts Education.  Let's show Indy how much we love our performing arts programs at local schools! Rehearsals will be available online via IndyFringe's YouTube channel.

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Thinking Like an Arts Education Advocate

When I set out to direct IndyFringe's CROWD PLAY, I was very unaware of what it took to be an arts education advocate. In Indiana, post-secondary educational expenses top the list of priorities and pay outs in the budget, but primary and secondary schools are not even listed among the top forty expenses for the 2011-2013 Indiana state budget. (1) What does this mean for our children?

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