Indianapolis Theatre

Indiana Repertory Theatre in downtown IndianapolisIndiana Repertory Theatre – The Indiana Repertory Theatre, since its founding in 1972, has been entertaining and enriching the lives of Indianapolis residents, students, and visitors with nine live productions annually. As a popular cultural institution known across the country, the IRT was designated as “Theatre Laureate”, or theatre of distinction and honor, by the 1991 Indiana General
indyfringe-theatre-thumbIndyFringe Theatre – he IndyFringe Basile Theatre is located at 719 E. St. Clair Street Indianapolis, IN 46202. It is the site of many theatrical performances, as well as an incubator for new talent.
Royal Theater in Danville, IndianaRoyal Theater – The Royal Theater was the first building in Danville constructed expressly for movies. The theater first opened its doors in 1914 and is an shining beacon of luxury and class; its architecture is sophisticated, its history is rich, and it has come to be something of a symbol for Danville. It’s currently a music venue that hosts many Indianapolis bands, including Jennie DeVoe.
The Strand Theatre – Perhaps the most famous performing arts theatre in Shelbyville is the Strand Theatre, a historic building that has been part of downtown Shelbyville since 1916. This Shelbyville attraction plays host to a wide variety of Shelbyville events, including movies, Indianapolis music events, productions by the Shelby County Players, and book readings.