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"and Tell Sad Stories of the Death of Queens"

"and Tell Sad Stories of the Death of Queens..." written by Tennessee Williams in 1955, was ahead of its time.
Transgender, Aging, Homophobia, and Survival are all themes in this poetic, at times, brutal play.
The script was not produced in Williams' lifetime, due to his blatant treatment of a subject matter that was not spoken of in the decades before now.
The result is a powerful punch of a play, performed and directed by four of Indy's finest talents.

An Accidental Organist

In 1991, David Boyle took over his ailing father's job as church organist and choir director. This solo show is a workplace confessional that explores 25-plus years of sometimes hilarious, sometimes poignant interactions with the congregation.

Queen Day

Rock musicals hold a special place on the American stage. The Indianapolis Men’s Chorus presents selections of some of our favorites, including Queen’s “We Will Rock You” and Green Day’s “American Idiot.” Join us for an evening that blends the hard edge of rock and roll and punk with the drama of musical theatre.

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Meatball Séance

John Michael needs your help with cooking his mom’s meatball recipe on stage to summon her from the dead so she can meet/approve of his boyfriend. Daddy John Michael will reward audience members who play his significant others with beer & shots. "Hilarious...Beguiling...Heartfelt...Goofy." —Theatrejones.com

Showerhead

If you like drug-crazed, murderous drag queens, Nazi bukkake, Jesus on acid, and peppy choreography to classic hits, RUN, don't walk to see Showerhead! "Like John Waters directing a Hunter S. Thompson screenplay." "This is the kind of theatre your mother warned you about!"

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