In her black leotard and tights, with the longest tutu she could find at and her AARP membership; storyteller extraordinaire and Indy Fringe veteran, Lou Ann Homan starts her ballet career. She intertwines tales of a beautiful Estonia baby girl hatched from an egg, facts about the value of dance particularly for those of us AARP eligible and her love of dance from a young girl, where she was forbidden to dance – Baptists don’t dance.  Did you know according to AARP learning to dance improves our memory and can even rewire our brain?

A Feel Good Story Teller and Inspiration

Fringers often look for the more bawdy, in your face; laugh out loud comedies ignoring the other gems. Auditioning for Swan Lake is one of those gems. Indy Fringe offers something for everyone and every mood.  Lou Ann Homan’s tale of dance is well written well researched and well executed.I feel at home listening to Lou Ann. She tells a feel good story that leaves me enchanted, warm and fuzzy for days and even inspired to try a little ballet.

Everyone has a Story to Tell

Based, in Angola, Indiana, Lou Ann, a storyteller for over 25 years, believes every person has a story to tell. She teaches students of all ages the art of expressing themselves. Active in Storytelling Arts of Indiana, Lou Ann will be telling stories of T.C. Steele in their 2015-2016 season.

Thumbs up for Lou Ann and Auditioning for Swan Lake playing at the new Indy Fringe 11 Theater. I hope she remains a part of Indy Fringe for many years to come.

Performance Times:

Monday, August 17, 2015 – 6:00pm
Friday, August 21, 2015 – 9:00pm
Saturday, August 22, 2015 – 6:00pm
Sunday, August 23, 2015 – 1:30pm

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