Annual shows; Shimmering Shamrocks, Cadillac Barbie’s Disco Brunch, The Stockings Were Hung… and Sequoia Pentecost & Rachel Yoder’s Country & Gospel Brunch; plus appearances at other events, helping to raise money for local organizations. The Bus Tour annual tradition around Halloween is open to anyone who wants to be a Bag Lady for a day!
November 10-12, 2017, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, 4000 Michigan Ave. LGBTQ shorts, features and animation. Benefits the Indiana Youth Group. See website for details.
December 14-17, 2017, annual bear weekend. Past years have included: Most Huggable Bear contest, Bear Strip Poker, Bear Bingo, Charity Strip Auction; vendor market, DJ pool party/ Dancing the night away! Plenty of food the whole weekend including Sunday farewell brunch! .Host: Clarion Hotel and Conference Center, 2930 Waterfront Pky West Dr. See website updates:
March 10-12 + 17-19, 2018 at Indy Eleven Theatre + Basile Theatre. Female voices hone their craft with new writers, works and performing companies, plus established playwrights. IndyFringe received 16 entries from as far away as New York and as close as Indianapolis. A juried process is used to select the best to present at the festival over two weekends in mid-March.
June 9, 2018. Annual second Saturday in June Parade + Festival capping a week of parties, dances and concerts. Parade from intersection of Mass Ave/College Ave/St. Clair St., SW down Mass Ave to Michigan. W on Michigan to Meridian St, N on Meridian St. to St. Clair. Outdoor festival at City Circle, Michigan Avenue. See website for details, schedules and information on year-round events.
August 16-26, 2018 (TBC). Theatre old/new, edgy/not-so edgy, 11 days in August in the Mass Ave Cultural District, downtown Indianapolis. For ten years an annual cultural attraction drawing record audiences! Typically with 8 venues, 64 performing groups, and 72 shows! People come back year after year to see what's new and exciting in the world of theatre!