Posted in Indianapolis theater: previews

Openings for the weekend of 6/30

First Folio Productions and Catalyst Repertory present Shakespeare’s Richard III at the Indy Fringe Theatre

First Folio Productions and Catalyst Repertory’s “Richard the III”

Richard, also called the duke of Gloucester, and eventually crowned King Richard III, was deformed in body and twisted in mind. Richard is both the central character and the villain of the play. He is evil, corrupt, sadistic, and manipulative, and he will stop at nothing to become king. His intelligence, political brilliance, and dazzling use of language keep the audience fascinated — and his subjects and rivals under his thumb.


The Golem of Havana at the Phoenix Theatre Second Sunday “Meet the Playwrights”

“The Golem of Havana” at the Phoenix Theatre. Photo by Ed Stewart.

After  the Sunday, July 2, 2 p.m. performance, a lively discussion with all three of the authors. Hear stories, ask questions, and learn more about the creation of this new musical.

JCC Night is July 1: All tickets sold for the performance benefit the Jewish Community Center of Indianapolis.

See the review of The Golem of Havana

Gruff! at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum

“Gruff!” at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum

A new family musical … with goats! All the goats in the junkyard know the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff … or do they? In this interactive and puppet-filled musical, a young goat leaves the junkyard for the first time and stumbles into the fantastical land of the trolls. There, she learns about the wonder of the natural world, and a new adventure begins, in which trolls and goats learn to live and play together.



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