My Bromance began as soon as I walked through the door of the theatre and was greeted by one of the 9 “bros” –student actors from Wabash College, an all male school.  From Step 1’s first “‘Sup”, and the accompanying subtle head toss, to Step 10’s “BRO-nogomy”, I was impressed. The actors peeled back layers of what might, at first glance, appear to be frat-like steps to uncover feelings that lie behind male bravado. Remember though, “Bros can’t have feelings unless there is music.”  Count on music and count on an engaging hour!

The staging and costuming are sparse, making it easy to focus on the story. Serious elements are portrayed using humor and occasional sexual innuendo, making this a truly delightful performance.  Who should see this show?  Moms, dads, couples, singles and, of course, bros.  By the end, you’ll all be part of the Bromance.  Come check out these talented actors and enjoy!  You will be glad you did.

http://indyfringefestival.com/productions/442

Saturday, August 20: 9:00pm
Sunday, August 21, 9:00pm
Monday, August 22, 7:30pm
Friday, August 26: 10:30pm
Saturday, August 27: 6:00pm

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Photos #‎10SimpleStepsToBromance ‪#‎IndyFringe16 by Ben Cramer