2019 Ten-Minute Play Festival

IndyFringe and the Indiana Writers Center have put together an emerging playwrights' showcase featuring ten-minute plays by exciting new playwrights.  They have honed their craft at the Indiana Writers Center.  Their works are presented by your favorite 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.
 

The 2019 Ten-Minute Play Festival 

Friday Apr 26th, 7:30PM - Saturday Apr 27th, 7:30PM - Sunday Apr 28th, 4:00PM

Ticket Price

$15 Adults / $12 Seniors/Students

Six brand new playwrights with six unique voices. 

Five mothers with problems, forgotten boyfriends, fervent wishes and a magic tree,  

A lot can happen in ten minutes!

 

Mrs. Pete’s Café

by Mitch Vogel

 

Two friends enter a nearly empty, greasy diner on the Texas Gulf coast. One of them thinks their frumpy waitress might be a Hollywood babe, or is she?

 

Tree’s Company

by John P. Gallo

 

A heartbroken woman on a mystical journey is stumped by an unforeseen obstacle—a radical environmentalist blocking the path back to her love.

 

Good Life Guarantee

by Russell Menyhart

An exhausted mom, a mysterious visitor with a tantalizing offer…when you have a chance to transform your life, do you take it?

 

Can You Hear Me Now?

by Nicole Amsler.

Three generations of women relate to each other around their comic misunderstanding of the #metoo movement and their cellphones. 

 

Mothers and Daughters, 

by Robin Lyster

A stressful morning leads to an unexpected conversation between two generations of women.

 

A Play on Words

by Sam Hill

Powered through poetry, this play within a play follows young troubled lives, souls that are hoping to make their dreams come true.

 

Clean Plate Club,

by Andrew Black

A woman at the local mall finds that her shopping trip is interrupted by a long-forgotten (and rather surreal) memory from the past.