Theatre / Drama

ALT presents: Heroes of the Fourth Turning by Will Arbery

Heroes of the Fourth Turning

On a chilly night in Wyoming, four young conservatives reckon with one another’s differences and try to face a country that is at war with itself in this thrilling drama from American Lives Theatre.

Bard Fest Presents: King Richard II

Performed with an all women and non binary cast, This incisive edit of a Shakespearean classic sets the political struggle of Richard II and Henry Bolingbroke in a women’s correctional facility.

Maggie Sebald in Dog Park by Josie Gingrich

2022, 10-Minute Play Festival

An annual collaboration between IndyFringe and the Indiana Writers Center. 7 plays | 7 playwrights | 7 local theatre companies | 90 minutes

Playwright Charla Booth and the Heart of Africa

Majesties by Charla Booth

Three Black women, each from a different generation, must face the realities of their lives as they journey towards healing.

Homeless: Grateful for any help - the headshot of Michael Florence

Houseless not Homeless by Michael Florence

Houseless not Homeless follows the stories of five ordinary people living under extraordinary circumstances, how they became houseless, and the trials and celebrations of their every-day lives.

Black Power and a Collage of Black Voices

Police State by Rain Wilson

Amadi, an unarmed black man, loses his life at the hands of a white cop, an act that galvanizes the community and takes his family on a journey that threatens to tear apart the love that held them together.

Women’s Work

Nursing. Teaching. Answering the phones. Raising children. You know, women’s work. All while trying to make a dollar out of 83 cents. This play shows the evolution of complexities women face as they navigate external and internal challenges from their first day on the job to the start of retirement, and explores how these stories shape the next generation of women at work. This original piece by Alicia LaMagdeleine also includes musical accompaniment by guitarist Dave Pelsue.

When Jesus Divorced Me

She was married to the man of her dreams. Shortly after her wedding, he gets cast at a theme park where he either plays Jesus or crucifies him every day at 3. She tries to be proud of her husband in this new endeavor, until a princess from a neighboring theme park comes into the picture and she realizes something is amiss. Now, she is left with the weird and funny aftermath.

This musical storytelling show asks: When a theme park Jesus leaves you for a theme park princess, what do you do next?

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