IndyFringe Spotlight Season: 8 Companies, 1 ticket

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A red crown on black background with the text - Julius Caesar

Agape Theater Company Presents: Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Beware the Ides of March in this intimate, fast-paced, and carefully edited production of one Shakespeare's most famous and thrilling political dramas
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Bat in the Wind (or a Recent Study on Depression and Addiction)

Casey Ross's celebrated 2023 Fringe Drama returns in its 90-minute version. Two neighbors struggling with their respective addictions collide in this moving drama directed by Zach Stonerock
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Claus Out: A Holiday-Themed Murder Mystery Musical

In the shadow of Rudolph's mysterious death two decades ago, Santa's remaining reindeer gather for a somber reunion, only to face fresh murder and dark secrets as they confront their shared past and the truth that threatens to shatter Christmas forever.
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Herding Cats by Neil Martin

Herding Cats is an adorable comedy for all ages featuring Stella the cat and her quest to save her owner's job!
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Titus Andronicus

Indy Bard Fest Presents – Titus Andronicus

It's Shakesepeare's boldest and bloodiest play. This high energy grand guignol is perfect for your halloween theatre-going adventures.
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MEDEA

Indy Bard Fest Presents: Medea

A thrilling Greek classic, retold for a modern audience. Medea explores the plights of womanhood throughout generations after the titular heroine is scorned and rejected by her husband, Jason. Her journey to reclaim her power dives into the darkest corners of the human psyche. | Part of the IndyFringe Spotlight Season
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Lady Bits: The Funniest Comedy Show in Indianapolis (Probably)

Lady Bits Comedy Show: Funny-Ass Women

LadyBits! A comedy variety show featuring funny-ass women. Get your tickets before this must-see comedy event sells out... again!
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White text over a sepia background "A chilling new play by Tristan Ross, adapted from Fritz Lang." A red balloon and a large white M.

Protected: M. A New Play by Tristan Ross

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Natural Affection by William Inge

In 1963, five friends and family in a Chicago apartment building navigate the holidays - and one another - amidst an increasingly volatile and violent world.
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