The Indianapolis Fringe Theater is most well known for the annual Fringe Festival held each year for ten days in August. But that is not the only thing going on in the theater.
With arts grants, public and private support, the Fringe provides an accessible, affordable outlet that draws diverse elements of the community together and inspires creative experiences through the arts all year long.
While the road companies from Broadway have their own charm, there is nothing like the excitement of a young play write directing their first performance or the intimacy with the performers you can only experience in a small theater.
I love live theater from classic Shakespeare to the off beat comedy of Three Dollar Bill so I am excited to serve as a board member for the Fringe. While Andy and I would be here often anyway, getting involved has made this wonderful place feel even more like home.
Looking for something different to do this weekend? Drop by the IndyFringe, and make yourself at home.