Avenging Orange Productions is back with another hilarious original script, Slaying the Dragon, at the indyFringe Building on Mass Ave in Indianapolis downtown. The play runs January 30 through February 7. Performances are Thursdays at 7:00 pm, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm and Sundays at 5:30 pm. Tickets are $13.00 for Indianapolis people and $10.00 for Indianapolis kids with a valid student ID.
Casey Ross tickled funny bones with her indyFringe Theatre Festival entry, Tortillo! She plans to share her wit with the Indianapolis performing arts community once more in her original script Slaying the Dragon. In a fantastical world, Ross mixes fairy tales with modern life to create a story that has it all: love, friendship, destiny and more!
Alexander Meander was once a heroic knight, easily slaying monsters and winning the hands of princesses throughout the countryside. Now he is left to deal with the challenges of modern society. With trusty sidekick in tow, a fire breathing dragon named Flameson, Alexander Meander takes on the world. That is until the duo find themselves living next door to a King and Queen who are consumed with traditional fairy tale nonsense.
He falls instantly in love with their daughter, the princess, who represents the modern woman of today. To win her love he must make a difficult choice: to slay or not to slay his best friend in the whole world, the dragon Flameson. This comedy examines common stereotypes in today’s world and the difficulty we all face defining ourselves by our jobs. Rated PG, Slaying the Dragon is an ideal choice to introduce and foster a love for theatre in your Indianapolis kids.
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Slaying the Dragon
IndyFringe Theatre Festival
The IndyFringe Building
719 E St. Clair St