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February, 2011 Theatre Productions: Dynamic, Dramatic and True to Life

The 2011 season of theatrical productions got off to an explosive start in Indianapolis, with professional shows such as  and Why Torture Is Wrong…And the People Who Love Them and A Contemporary American’s Guide To A Successful Marriage onstage at the TOTS, and the Phoenix Theatre‘s thoughtful offering called Norway. February is only halfway through, and there are still lots of choices for excellent live theatre in Indianapolis.

Below, FunCityFinder.com presents a collection of February stage plays and productions in some of the finest performance venues in Indianapolis, dynamic, dramatic capital of Indiana. Get out and play in Indy!

February, 2011 Theatre Productions in Dramatic Indianapolis

A Contemporary American’s Guide to a Successful MarriageSet in the late 1950s, this is a hilarious look back at the now-silly social mores of those times. Produced by the Theatre on the Square.
Through Feb. 19, 2011
A Show by George! – The Theatre on the Square does it again with this rowdy, comic Off-Broadway revue. It features Tom Leher-esque numbers such as “She Was Pure as the Snow But She Drifted.”
Feb. 25 through March 19, 2011
Barbecuing Hamlet Here’s a rollicking tribute to the good life put on by the Buck Creek Players.
Feb. 11, 12 & 13, 2011
The Diary of Anne Frank – A must-see, once in a lifetime experience, this is a full-scale, all-out production of the classic favorite, put on by the Indiana Repertory Theatre.
Through Feb. 26, 2011
Fire in the Garden – A warm and accessible comedy about parenting and the first baby. Produced by the Indiana Repertory Theatre.
Through Feb. 27, 2011
Goldie, Max and MilkProduced by the Phoenix Theatre, this is a fun, unconventional comedy about mood swings and baby-feeding, when you’re a lesbian.
Through Feb. 27, 2011
HairsprayThe popular musical comedy is ba-a-ack, this time at the popular Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre.
Through March 27, 2011
In Acting ShakespeareOne and a half hours of classical humor, this play is another “Going Solo” production at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, and yet another winner.
Through March 13, 2011
Neat – A one-woman playThe Indiana Repertory Theatre present this sequel to Pretty Fire, another “Going Solo” offering. Neat is a full, two-act play that deals with a teenager’s broiling life, affected by her aunt “Neat,” who is disabled.
Through March 6, 2011

Indianapolis Theatres and Performing Arts Venues

Athenaeum Theatre | Beef and Boards Dinner Theatre | Buck Creek Playhouse | Clowes Memorial Hall | Columbia Club | Hedback Theatre | Hilbert Circle Theatre | Indiana Repertory Theatre | Indianapolis Civic Theatre | IndyFringe Building | Irving Theater | Ruth Lilly Performance Hall | Madame Walker Theatre | Old National Centre (Murat) | The Palladium | Phoenix Theatre | Scottish Rite Cathedral | Theatre on the Square | Warren Performing Arts Center | Indianapolis Theatre Companies | More Greater Indianapolis Theatres

Central Indiana Theatres and Performing Arts Venues

Anderson’s Mainstage Theatre | Anderson’s Paramount Theatre and Ballroom | Boggstown Cabaret Supper Club in Shelby County | Carmel Center for the Performing Arts | Carmel Community Playhouse | Carmel’s Palladium | Fishers’ Artists’ Studio | Greencastle’s Putnam County Playhouse | Greenfield’s H.J. Ricks Centre for the Arts | Lebanon’s Theatre at the Milk Building | Muncie’s Ball State University Theatre | Nashville’s Coachlight Musical Theatre | Rushville’s Rush County Playhouse | Shelbyville’s Strand Theatre | Indianapolis Theatre Companies | More Central Indiana Theatres