A dynamic production set before the 19th Amendment, which gave some women the right to vote. The story follows members of a ladies’ club as they are interrogated for the crime of voting illegally. Through their testimonies, we catch a glimpse into the variety of answers to the question of suffrage and what it means to have one’s voice heard.
Our most requested production, this show centers on three students as they try to get to the core of what bullying is, why it happens, and what you can do when you see it or experience it. The story dives into dynamic movement sequences and real-life stories of bullying victims, and ends with an inspiring call toward inclusion.
A poignant and informative play inspired by interviews and testimonials from medical professionals, policymakers, community leaders, and people in addiction recovery. This show centers on a high school student’s descent into opioid use disorder, how their overdose impacts the people closest to them, and what part they play in Indiana’s opioid epidemic.