IndyFringe Basile Theatre

WORKSHOP - Exploring Contemporary Arab Music and Dance

Music and Dance Workshop
IndyFringe Theatre, 719E St Clair Street, Indianapolis
11am, June 24, 2017
Limited to 30

Circle World Arts is a global network of world art workshops bringing artists, audiences, and cultural institutions together across continents, languages, and traditions.

Music and Dance Workshop exploring different rhythms, melodies, and dances from the Arab World!
With Hadi Eldebek, Mohamad Eldebek, and Ramzi Edlibi.

2017 OnyxFest

Mon, 2017-05-01 14:49 -- Pauline

Established in 2011, OnxyFest is striving to become, in the words of the late playwright, August Wilson, a festival that “informs its viewers of the human condition and its power to heal.” OnyxFest is determined to be the vehicle to promote and expose avid theatre goers to the voices and talent of new and emerging African American playwrights.

And How Does My Garden Grow?

And How Does My Garden Grow? by Rita Kohn brings us into the lives of teens in crisis. Do we ‘lock ‘em up’ or help them regain a worthy path? Indiana today has more young people in crisis than the national average. What can we do? 
Directed by Angela Jackson-Brown and Ashya Thomas

IndyFringe wishes to thank Broad Ripple Brewpub and Scarlet Lane Brewing Company for producing a beer
"Hangin' Tough" in honor of Rita. The proceeds of beer sales were used to produce this play.

Bill W and Dr. Bob

Bill W and Dr. Bob - November 9 to l9th, 2017.
Bill W and Dr. Bob is a powerful docudrama about the two iconic men that founded the
Alcoholics Anonymous movement in 1935.

The play is educational, inspirational, and very humorous at times.
It will make you laugh, it will make you cry. Most of all it wll leave you
with the feeling of hope for all the friends, family members, or other people
you know from the community that struggle with addiction.

Black Lives Matter (Too)

Black Lives Matter (too) is one part play and one part storypoem that explores the struggles and triumphs of black people from slavery to the present.

Ashya Thomas - Ashya Thomas is Ball State Creative Writing major with a minor in Telecommunications. She has written several short stories and poetic works. She resides in Muncie, Indiana. In her spare time, Ashya enjoys teaching Zumba and leading the Ball State CHAARG organization. You can follow her on Instagram @ashyab or on Twitter @ashya_b

Spring Awakening

The winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, told by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater through what Entertainment Weekly called, "the most gorgeous Broadway score this decade," Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with a poignancy and passion that is illuminating and unforgettable. The landmark musical is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock and roll that is exhilarating audiences across the nation like no other musical in years.

"Not Dead Yet" DUPLICATE


Comedy based on an Oscar-winning film star who moves from Hollywood to her home town in the Midwest. The story revolves around her group of friends and neighbors who are aging in their own unique ways. A birthday gift from her godson presents a journey into the world of cyber mishaps. The adventures of these characters promise to bring some laughs and entertainment to this year’s Diva Fest.

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