The production features dramatic readings of the speeches, diaries, And letters of dynamic Americans who advocated and fought for Revolutionary change and social transformation.
LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER production is a well-crafted 90-minute journey of true stories about motherhood—being a mom, having a mom, losing a mom, finding a mom—as many interpretations on the theme of mothering as you can imagine. From hilarious and heartwarming, to emotionally intense and profound, LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER entertains, energizes, brings community together and leaves everyone feeling a little less alone and a little more understood.
Proceeds from this show benefit Pass The Torch for Women.
Featuring the music of Elvis, Blondie, Peter Cincotti, Michael Leonard and others, "Not Exactly Paris" is an evening of jazz and storytelling.
Described as "funny and touching" by the DC Cabaret Network, the audience is guided on a personal yet universal journey of love and loss.
A high-energy, eye-opening story of women’s 72-year battle for the right to vote . . . told as if Susan B. Anthony and her spicy pals had i-Pads, Snapchat, Twitter, and Uber. You’ll laugh, learn, and marvel over those who paved the way for women today. Pure enjoyment and inspiration.
Gather your friends to participate in the Indy Story Slam produced by IndyFringe and Storytelling Arts of Indiana. The Slam theme is Addictions. These up-to-five minute personal stories must be true, told in the first person and based on the theme. The theme is broad and may be interpreted many ways. (no props nor reading from the page.)
Gather your friends to participate in the Indy Story Slam produced by IndyFringe and Storytelling Arts of Indiana. The Slam theme is "Saving the World." These up-to-five minute personal stories must be true, told in the first person and based on the theme. The theme is broad and may be interpreted many ways. (no props nor reading from the page.)
In August of 1816, the stage was set for Mary Shelley to write her classic "Frankenstein" novel. Who was Mary Shelley? What were her own monsters and how did this book come to be? Join storyteller Lou Ann Homan as she portrays Mary Shelley. The story is riveting and none can tell it better.
A 26 year old loses her virginity. To her coworker. Who has "broken" tattooed over his heart. She's also ghostwriting a book. For their boss. On middle-aged men's impotence. "too old to be this young" scrutinizes the vanity of aging and the shelf life of desire.
Is mind reading possible? Through sleight of hand, storytelling and deception, magician Evan Northrup explores how easily we can be influenced and how enjoyable it can be!
Testimonials for Evan Northrup can be found here: https://evannorthrup.com/testimonials/
I’m supposed to write 50 words convincing you to come to my little comedy show. That’s going to be difficult. I’m a horrible salesperson. I’m also bad at counting.
IndyFringe Talks: http://indyfringetalks.com/sense-aint-common-show-aint-either/
Indiana Public Media: https://indianapublicmedia.org/arts/stewart-huff-stravinsky/