IRT performs The Cay, on the Upperstage, from January 28 through February 26, 2017.
Indiana Repertory Theatre
The Indiana Repertory Theatre’s (IRT) Board of Directors have announced Suzanne Sweeney’s promotion to Managing Director and co-CEO. She will lead the theatre alongside Executive Artistic Director and co-CEO, Janet Allen. Previously responsible for improving the administrative operations of the theatre from an internal standpoint, Sweeney will now take a more active focus on external […]
Who’s Yer Con, Bridge and Tunnel at IRT, Guys and Dolls at Beef and Boards, Naptown Roller Girls, NCAA Division I Women’s Final Four and IndyCar.
Naptown Buzz for March 11, 2016.
Includes: IRT: Fences, Big Ten Men’s Tournament, Indy Fuel, IndyCar Season Kickoff & DST
August Wilson’s “Fences” will be performed at IRT March 9 through April 4.
Celebrating its 25th year at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, (IRT) A Christmas Carol the beloved story of loss and redemption, returns to the OneAmerica Mainstage on November 14 through December 26. Set in mid-Victorian London atop more than 1,000 pounds of snow, Dickens’ characters are brought to life in this faithful, fanciful and frolicsome adaptation, […]
Opening its 44th season with The Great Gatsby, the IRT is pulling out all the stops for this much-anticipated production, which comes to the OneAmerica Mainstage from September 30-October 25. Money, class, romance and corruption collide as the Great American Novel comes to life on stage. Opulent parties, passionate affairs, jealousy and murder are tangled together […]
Beginning Jan. 23, the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) will bring Lois Lowry’s Newbery Award-winning children’s novel, The Giver, to its Upperstage. This cross-generational story engages both adults who grew up reading the novel and children who are reading it for the first time.
Now through the Feb. 1 conclusion of Good People, the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) welcomes the community to donate women and men’s new and gently used professional attire to benefit Dress for Success (DFS).
Now Playing at the IRT It’s 1958 and abstract expressionist painter Mark Rothko had just landed the biggest commission in the history of modern art. With the help of his assistant, Rothko frantically struggles against his insecurities while trying to create a definitive and moving body of work. Electrifying and captivating, this winner of the […]