Storytelling Arts of Indiana enthralls audiences as they weave their tales of romance and adventure. Lose yourself in their words this Sunday, October 25. Join Storytelling Arts of Indiana at the Frank and Katrina Basile Theater in the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center this Sunday afternoon as they share their own version of Tristan and Iseult called The Flame of Love. Advanced tickets are $20.00, but at the door they cost $25.00. The story gets underway at 4:00 pm.
Before Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, before Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, there was the story of Tristan and Iseult. Preserved through oral tradition in Medieval Europe, this story has seen its fair share of bonfires and hearths in the long dark nights of a time long ago. A tale of two star crossed lovers leaning out for each other through danger and adventure, this is a story of love, passion, magic and death. Peer into the mirror of your own heart and soul as you are captivated by the talents of storytellers of Storytelling Arts of Indiana.
Join Storytelling Arts of Indiana as they add their own spin on classic Medieval tales. This Indianapolis event will find you entertained by three stories: The Flame of Love, Patrick Ball and The Medieval Beasts. Find enchantment in your everyday with Storytelling Arts of Indiana.
To purchase tickets to The Flame of Love and other stories, visit Storytelling Arts of Indiana’s website, or call 317.232.1882. Consider this opportunity to introduce your Indianapolis children to the power of storytelling and imagination. Bring the whole family to experience a vital part of the Indianapolis community.
For a fun Sunday afternoon in the Circle City, treat yourself to any of the great Indianapolis restaurants in the nearby Indianapolis downtown. For fun with your Indianapolis kids, try the Old Spaghetti Factory or the Chocolate Factory on Monument Circle. Or if you are in the mood for a little romance after the romance adventure story, try Palomino Restaurant. Write your own story of adventure in Indy!