Alley Construction Complete

 

Dear Fringers,

We did it.

After years of planning, it only took several weeks to completely renovate the old Spring Street alley. We now have a beautiful new brick pathway that fulfills the needs of the community while still maintaining the spirit of its historic past. The historic alleys that connect the neighborhoods are important to the history of Indianapolis. The bricks salvaged from our alley will be used to restore the alley which runs between Mass Avenue and St. Clair Street alongside the historic Indianapolis Firefighters Museum and Fallen Firefighters Memorial.

Together we have taken the first steps toward building the future of IndyFringe. Can you picture it? Our alley is absolutely stunning, but what the alley will lead to is even more important: The Trailhead will be a thriving community center for the Cultural Trail. Not only will the alley lead our patrons to a brand new venue, but it will also lead cyclists and runners to the ONLY publicly available restrooms along the Cultural Trail.

While we make the final fundraising push to build The Trailhead, we encourage you to come down and see the alley, but more importantly see shows. We are still bringing you a full line up of exciting productions year round. While we make some finishing touches to the alley, it will still remain closed for the time being. Parking will still be available at the Art Bank and in the lot to the South of the theatre.

 

See a slideshow of the Complete Process:

 

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