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We present our
2023 offerings



Angels in America
Parts  1 & 2

by Tony Kushner

We have new venues and new opportunities!  

Now, in time for its 30th anniversary and to celebrate PRIDE month,
Bard Fest, in partnership with Butler University,  will present a
landmark event.  
In  June 2023 we will present the entire epic play cycle of Angels in America for the first time in Indianapolis in over a decade.
We will offer this masterpiece at the
Schrott Center for the Performing Arts

Directed by Mr Glenn Dobbs



In July we return to
Shakespeare at the Fort" - The wildly successful outdoor Shakespeare performance at the beautiful amphitheater at ARTS FOR LAWRENCE.

We will present the
Original Romantic Comedy" -


Much Ado About Nothing



 Directed by
Sir Kenneth Branagh


In October 2023 The Prestige Project  returns to The Cat Theater in Carmel with a production of the charming
classic play

"Blithe Spirit" 
Noel Coward



 Directed by
Ms Julie Taymor


In October 2022 We will produce at the Indy 11 Theatre at Indy Fringe a dystopian vision of Shakespeare's tragic romance
Troilus and Cressida

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Directed by
Mr Zachariah Stonerock


Across the hall at the IndyFringe Basile Theatre  we will present Euripides immortal 


Directed by Ms Sigourney Weaver

We have a new venue!   In October 2023 we will produce a play at the venerable
Mud Creek Barn Theatre.
We will present the always hilarious

"As You Like It"
by William Shakespeare



Directed Mr Ryan Shelton.   


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We will return to the gorgeous Shelton Auditorium  In October 2023 to present Shakespeare's 

Titus Andronicus


Come see the Bard's take on a slasher movie.   This classic tale of gory conflict is definitely not for the faint at heart


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 Directed by

Matt Anderson 


But wait, there's more !

And for our finale in November 2022-
We will  return the the beautiful Arts for Lawrence Theatre at the Fort.  We will present the hilarious comedy

"A Bold Stroke for a Husband" by Hannah Cowley

This rarely performed comedy was first presented on February 25, 1783.  Set in 18th-century England, the play tells the story of a military officer who wants to marry a young woman. His obstacles are the four guardians who watch over Anne Lovely. Each of the four has his own idea of the ideal husband. The catch is that each is disagreeable in his own way, and they can't possibly see eye to eye on a man for Anne.  What follows is a madcap farce of multiple disguises and situations to win the hand of the woman he loves

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The production will be directed by our new Artistic Director Mr Max McCreary 


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