Venture back to the Roaring Twenties in NoExit's epic, live-action, silent film! We follow Alma, our heroine, as she leaves her childhood home for Pineborrough, where blood boils hot, morality gets questioned, and love is sought in the shadows of night. Can Alma resist temptation in a city of monsters?
The District Theatre Main Stage
2017 has been a great year for Broadway, filled with revivals and new productions. Join the Indianapolis Men’s Chorus for our favorites, including works from Dear Evan Hansen, Hello Dolly, Hamilton, and more! Emotions include: amusement, heartbreak, mirth, lamentation, delight, enchantment, regret. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, it’s better than Cats.
This award-winning dance-theatre romantic romp is about two people. They like each other – maybe more than like. Cue the gut-wrenched butterflies. Passive-aggressive body language begets awkward tension when like becomes like-like and their hearts go aflutter. All of this happens on a couch –that’s red.
Crossroads Dance Indy’s production of IndyScape will explore and interpret various attributes about Indianapolis city life. From beloved locations in the city to annoying inconveniences such as potholes, CDI will represent Indy through the dance forms of jazz, tap, modern, ballet and more
An eclectic and original program that best represents the versatility of our organization beyond just classical ballet. The program will include works in classical and contemporary ballet, modern and tap. Choreography is by ISB Artistic Director Victoria Lyras, Roberta Wong, Andrea Bruce, and Paul Vitali.
Who's your favorite male singer? The DK dancers have chosen theirs and have created a show. Each of them was invited to choreograph a song, so this show will be a wild mix of music and dance styles. Come see the dancers continue to express themselves and grow as choreographers.
110 Stories takes us through 9/11 as told by those who were there. Based on interviews, this docu-play weaves together unflinching, freaked-out and occasionally funny accounts that take us back to when 9/11 was unimaginable, capturing the shock and horror of the day as well as the resilience of New York City in its aftermath.