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One-Minute Play Festival

The 1st Basile Indianapolis One-Minute Play Festival

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The One-Minute Play Festival (#1MPF), & The Phoenix Theatre Present

THE 1st INDIANAPOLIS ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL

THREE PERFORMANCES ONLY:

SATURDAY, MAR 22nd AT 8PM
SUNDAY MAR 23rd AT 5PM
MONDAY MAR 24th AT 7PM

At:

THE PHOENIX THEATRE

749 N. PARK AVENUE, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46202

Tickets are $18 and available online at phoenixtheatre.org

BOX OFFICE

317.635.7529

Featuring Over 50 Brand New One-Minute Plays by:

Claire Wilcher, Tom Cardwell, Ken Wietzman, Matthew Roland, Jonathan Graham, Joan Rapkin & L.I. Rapkin, Tim Brickley, Joel Pierson, Stephen Webb, Jim Poyser, Dan Sherer, Andrew Black, Gari Williams, Matt Benedict, Lou Harry, Ben Ayres, Carrie Fedor, Christopher Hansen, Eric Pfeffinger, Rob Johansen, Tom Horan, Jennifer Blackmer, David J. Loehr, Lauren Thorne, & Ronn Johnstone.

Directed by:

Bryan Fonseca, Katelyn Coyne, Lori Reffel, Ryan O’Shea, Scot Greenwell, & Rob Johansen

Curated by:

Dominic D’Andrea

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ABOUT THE PHOENIX THEATRE

“The Phoenix Theatre has cornered the market on hip new works.” — Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

The Phoenix Theatre is Indiana’s only professional contemporary theatre, and has presented productions to challenge and entertain the Indianapolis community for 31 years. An Equity house, the Phoenix presents the Midwest and Indiana premieres of many popular Broadway and Off-Broadway plays, and has presented more than 85 world premieres. The Phoenix operates the 130-seat proscenium Livia and Steve Russell Theatre as well as the 65-seat cabaret-style black box Frank and Katrina Basile Stage. The Phoenix Theatre serves beer, wine, coffee, soft drinks, water, and treats. Patrons may take all refreshments into either theatre. Both venues are housed along with administrative offices in a renovated 1907 church in downtown Indianapolis’ historic Chatham Arch neighborhood, part of the Mass Ave Arts and Theatre District. The Phoenix Theatre is a member of the National New Play Network and the League of Indianapolis Theatres, and is supported by the Indiana Arts Commission, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as local corporate and foundation funders and more than 400 individual donors.