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
Read about Pat O'Brien at Capital Fringe, DC where he performed The Fever.
When a therapist runs into a barrier with a sex offender client, she must seek outside help from a bureaucrat with a promising program. However, when they discover each other’s prescription for healing, sparks fly, leaving the offender in the crosshairs.
What does Valerie do when diagnosed with cancer again? Afraid of losing "the girls," she takes them out for one last hurrah! Does she succeed? Come find out! This sexy, adventurous solo show follows the triumphant journey of one woman seeking her own "Hulk-like" strength to find her superhero within!
If your mentor is a feminist icon, do you have to like her husband’s novel? Can you crop him out of their photographs? Based on Selfridge’s experiences working for the writer/activist Grace Paley. "Funny, sweet, and informative"— Kings River Life. "A great story"— The Chicago Reader.
A humorous and poignant look at life past 40 and times when "man planned and God laughed" as seen through the eyes of a middle-aged, single gay man. The show includes bad dates, the highs and lows of dealing with life's unplanned events, illness, wellness, and ultimately, hope.
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
An Improvised Life: Tales of an Improv Guru tells the strange life story of Tom Booker, who went from being an underground theater star in Chicago in 1986, to becoming a 30-second superstar in Los Angeles in the 90s, to a becoming a Coffee Shop Cowboy in Austin, Texas in 2007.