An emerging playwrights' showcase featuring ten-minute plays by exciting new playwrights presented by local theatre companies.
The themes are as wide-ranging as the playwrights themselves and run from ribald comedy to heart-stopping pathos, and everything in between.
Friday, August 7th at 6:30pm
Saturday, August 8th at 6:30pm
Sunday, August 9th at 2pm
Due to COVID-19 the Ten Minute Play Festival will be held outdoors in the IndyFringe Pocket Park. Tables and chairs will be positioned for safe distance seating, temperature checks at the gate and masks must be worn until in your seats.
(This recommendation may change by order of the State of Indiana or City of Indianapolis.
This years line-up:
Hurry Up It's Almost Bedtime - Emerging Artists Theatre
Playwright: Janice Morris Neal
Hurry Up, It’s Almost Bedtime is the funny story of three “mature” ladies who are trying to cover up the murder of their elderly, male residence. One of the ladies is guilty as sin and the others agree to help her get out of the mess, but they must hurry before it's time to go to bed.
Aloha Apocalypse - Rapture Theatre
Don't Toy with Me - Catalyst Repertory Theatre
A chance meeting between G.I. Joe and Ken in the Malibu Barbie Beach House leads to complications when it turns out the two men experience an attraction for one another that Barbie most certainly will not approve of. How will the two resolve their feelings for one another under the watchful eye of one of the most famous blondes in the world?
Are You Busy Tonight? - Emerging Artists Theatre
Promposal - Heritage Christian Theatre
Ordained - Rapture Theatre
Playwright: Mark Harvey Levine
Sharon has a license -- and she's not afraid to use it!
Sock Puppet Fetish Noir - Catalyst Repertory Theatre
Playwright: Kelly Andronicos
Jane's socks are missing, and she needs the help of "Darrell", a sock puppet investigator, to find them. But "Darrell" has issues. As it turns out, so does Jane.
We would like to thank the Indiana Playwrights Center and the Indiana Writers Centre for their incredible support of local playwrights and the Festival.