2018 Festival Aug 16 – 26

IndyFringe Talks

News, views, reviews and show notes from the Indy Fringe community

Go to Go Be Joan

Grace Church's first foray to Indy Fringe with Go Be Joan is a well executed and well-written drama on losing and finding oneself again.  Joan has lost herself after going into deep mourning after the death of her husband.  Her daughters and friends deeply love and...

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Eat Your %#&%* Fish Sticks

I didn’t realize I’d seen Kevin Burke before until he walked on stage. At first, I couldn’t place him, but then he mentioned “Defending the Caveman.” Okay, I loved that show. I still paraphrase it. Immediately I thought – this is gonna be fun. It was. If you’re ready...

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Deadbeat Doesn’t Miss a Beat

So, what is a mystery? I’m no expert. If you look at the thirty-some reviews I’ve written for IndyFringe you’ll notice mostly comedies. I’m no drama ninja. I’m not even sure the correct genre for this play. Is Deadbeat a murder mystery, crime drama, or suspense noir,...

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Cindy / Ella

Let's face it, the original Cinderella story is a little far fetched. I mean, a poor girl, a prince, glass shoes, that could never happen today? Or could it? In this lighthearted comedy, Princess Cindy is a modern day princess of California, and her husband the prince...

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Critical Thinkin’

The name says it all as stand up comic, Stewart Huff challenges the audience to think about things that make sense and those that don't. He asks us to believe that what we do matters.  His stories and jokes all tie together to support that assumption, that each of us...

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Why Be Normal?

Elizabeth Young entered the stage elegantly dressed in black and white pearls and a fur. The subtitle is When you really are extraordinary. This has been the search of her life to own her extraordinariness.   Her gifts and talents were not only not recognized but...

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Are You Ready For IndyFringe 2018?

The Indianapolis Fringe Festival is back for its 14th year! From Aug. 16-26, the festival boasts more than 60 shows across 11 days up and down Mass Ave! Featuring both local performers and those across the country, this celebration of live and edgy theatre has...

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