Events

Zoom Reading of The Profession hosted by Storefront Theatre, April 1, 2021, 8:00 EDT

Join us for a Zoom reading of The Profession on April 1, at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Registration is required. Donations accepted, but not required.

Synopsis: What if everything you thought about higher education was wrong? Despite twenty-nine years as an English professor, Valerie Hardy has managed to maintain her academic idealism — but just barely. However, when her star student, Marina, prostitutes herself in order to pay for school, Valerie reexamines her profession and finds that the patriarchal corruption in academia has gone too far.

Cast 

Valerie: Kate Duffy

Marina: Trick Blanchfield

Paul: Doug Powers

Mark: Eric Bryant

Lucy: Carrie Bennett

Jill: Jes Almeida

Flint: David Molloy

Zoom Reading of The Profession hosted by Storefront Theatre, April 1, 2021, 8:00 EDT

Join us for a Zoom reading of The Profession on April 1, at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Registration is required. Donations accepted, but not required.

Synopsis: What if everything you thought about higher education was wrong? Despite twenty-nine years as an English professor, Valerie Hardy has managed to maintain her academic idealism — but just barely. However, when her star student, Marina, prostitutes herself in order to pay for school, Valerie reexamines her profession and finds that the patriarchal corruption in academia has gone too far.

Cast 

Valerie: Kate Duffy
Marina: Trick Blanchfield
Paul: Doug Powers
Mark: Eric Bryant
Lucy: Carrie Bennett
Jill: Jes Almeida
Flint: David Molloy

 

Living on Purpose podcast, 7/29/20 – Show 180: Pandemic and the Arts, with guest Dr. Marcia Eppich-Harris. Hear a discussion with Marcia about theatre during the pandemic. 

 

Join us for weekly Zoom Scene Nights with the Indiana Playwrights Circle, every Monday from 6:30-9:00 p.m. Sign up to have pages read here.

Past Events

Seneca and the Soul of Nero  

Friday, September 11, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.

This event is free and open to the public!

Please note that this play contains violence and sexual content, and is intended for mature audiences.  

Cast: 

Seneca, Thyestes – David Mosedale
Nero – Eli Robinson
Pompeia Paulina – Wendy Brown
Agrippina, Medea – Mary Fischer
Lucan, Ambassador 1, Jason – Doug Powers
Octavia, Nurse in Medea, Guard 1 – Becky Schlomann
Burrus, Creon, Guard 2 – David Molloy
Sabina, Servant, Ambassador 2 – Patty Blanchfield
Britannicus, Messenger, Tantalus – Brant Hughes
Stage directions – Aaron Cleveland