THE DUCHESS OF MALFI
A historic love story - a widowed Duchess who marries beneath her class with Antonio a lowly steward, and a nightmarish tragedy as her two brothers lunatic Ferdinand and the Cardinal undertake their vengeance, forbid her from remarrying, seeking to defend their inheritance, destroying themselves.
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI
Fri 10/20 7:30pm Thur 10/26 8pm
Sat 10/21 5pm Sat 10/28 8pm
Sun 10/22 5pm Sun 10/28 5pm
At first, Imogen (Elisabeth Speckman) enjoyed being a Princess when her father, Cymbeline (John Mortell), decided to secede from both the North and the South at the dawn of the civil war to set up his own kingdom. However, after having her marriage annulled, her new husband banished, and offered to her step-brother Cloten, she has learned that a comfortable prison is still a prison and being a highly valuable piece of property still leaves you as property.
Merry Fringemass Holiday Cabaret
Two nights – two different shows
From Dickens to “What the Dickens?” a madcap romp
through the Fringe world of comedy, music, storytelling, dance,
opera, improv and drag.
Tickets: $15 Adults www.indyfringe.org
FRIDAY December 15 @ 7:30pm
Gabrielle Patterson, Poet Laureate of the Fringe
Dickens Carolers - "What the Dickens?"
Deborah Asante – Storytelling for grown-ups
Lori Ecker – Cultish Fame Cabaret
Holly Lulya (Drag)
Who will be crowned Miss IndyFringe? Join us as drag queens vie for the title. Q&A, Fringe wear and talent competition. Celebrity guest judges. Tickets just $15. All proceeds benefit IndyFringe. Bring your dollars to tip to the girls! The contestant with the most tips gets bonus points. Audience participation encouraged!
Join us for the first ever LATE NIGHT CABARET featuring 2017 IndyFringe artists. You never know what you will see! Warning: Adult language and content. Cash Bar. Hosted by George Wallace and Michael Marinaccio. Tickets just $15. All proceeds benefit IndyFringe.
Presented by: NoExit and IndyFringe
From the guy who brought you Underneath the Lintel and Whisper into My Good Ear...Five of Five Stars, Best of the Capital (D.C.) Fringe. "A not to be missed fringe experience" — DC Metro Theater Arts. "Must See!" and "A meaty meditation on privilege and poverty" — St. Paul Pioneer Press
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