The Circle City Tap Company presents "Taps on the Town," a showcase of new choreography! Get the chance to hear from each choreographer and learn a little bit more about the inspiration behind each piece and then ask the cast and choreographers questions about the choreography in a short talkback after the show
For the past 10 years, Kenyettȧ Dance Company has used movement and a stage to discuss local, even world events. Through their bodies, its dancers have engaged audiences in conversations about racism, domestic violence, infidelity, homelessness, bullying and promiscuity.
Join KDC and our special featured guest artists and collaborators for this “unlike any other” presentation.
Built for This
Circle City Tap Company presents their 6-year anniversary concert “Built for This.” Performing works that span from the beginning to the present, this show is a family-friendly exploration of their past showcasing the variety of styles that CCTC has tackled over the years. Featuring a variety of special guests!
The show is Sunday, November 18th.
Two shows, one at 3:00 PM, one at 7:00 PM.
The show will be two hours with a 15-minute intermission.
For group bookings phone 317 522 8099
IB’s New Works series moves to The District Theatre, adding to the updated venue’s eclectic artistic programming. The four performances November 8-11 will feature fresh, genre-bending choreography in an intimate setting that will allow audience members to witness the passion, precision and athleticism of professional dance via a unique, up-close experience. A performance so intimate you might just be asked to take the lead! Tickets, program details & more at indyballet.org/newworks.
Local choreographer and performer Tommy Lewey will become the first American to perform in the Acco Festival of Alternative Israeli Theatre (Acco Fringe) Sept. 21-28. Lewey will bring his production of widespread acclaim, “Red Couch,” to Israel, an award-winning, two-person play he performed in the 2011 and 2017 IndyFringe Festivals, alongside dancers Aggie Schmank and Morgan Skiles, respectively.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY PERFORMANCE
Internationally acclaimed performer, choreographer, and master teacher Gerry Trentham presents the award winning Yellow Scale, a cross disciplinary work of written/spoken poetic text, dance, human gesture, sound, music, and visual/media art. Yellow Scale is a section of Trentham's evening-length work Four Mad Humours - https://vimeo.com/24941528 - which won a Toronto Dora Award (similar to the American Tony award) for performance in 2011.
Princess Charli is happy and excited about a pink princess dress. She becomes unhappy, demanding, and unruly after a witch, who hates happiness, casts a spell upon her. The spell is broken with the help of a loving grandmother, her community, the audience, positive affirmations, and a pair of magic socks.
For Crossroads Dance Indy's third-annual IndyFringe show, choreographers demonstrate the interactions we experience every day - with people, places, and events in our lives - and the significance of these experiences.
For many years, Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre has presented programs highlighting the rich, vibrant and diverse cultures of India. “Intoxicating India” is a varied dance program featuring music, dance, costumes and themes of India with a fusion of modern dance. A program of sensory intoxication that is beautiful, colorful, spiritual, sensual, exciting and powerful.
Indianapolis Ballet kicks off its first full season with another eclectic production for IndyFringe, including original works spanning several genres of dance and featuring the professional company’s 20-member ensemble. Choreography by Victoria Lyras, Paul Vitali and Roberta Wong.