This year, I joined the Board of IndyFringe. This organization has been near and dear to my heart for many years for its annual Fringe Festival in August, plus other artistic events throughout the year. IndyFringe offers cutting-edge theater and performance art you can’t find anywhere else in Indy. And it needs your help.

The historic building which is home the the IndyFringe Theater, the heart and soul of the Fringe Festival and other events is not ADA compliant. We’ve worked hard to qualify for grants and sponsorship to fund building improvements, but we’re still short of our goal. We need your help.    Without ADA compliant restrooms and access for the audience and performers we may be unable to continue to use the the building for future events.

As a board member, I’ve already pledged to donate $1,000 to the IndyFringe Theater  If you’re in a position to do the same, that’s awesome. You’ll get your name on a permanent plaque at the theater  But if that’s a little rich for your blood, any amount helps.

Whatever you can give will help Fringe remain a vibrant part of Indy’s arts scene.

Donate to IndyFringe
If you’ve got questions, please let me know. I’d love to tell you more about this organization.

Help us keep it alive.

Today’s photo is performer Paul Strickland, one of my favorite IndyFringe regulars.  He was here last week teamed with comedian Stewart Huff.   Their unique one night performance, Stewart Talks, Paul Plays, Etc. Just Show Up! was an example of the kind of live theater events that can only happen at the Fringe.