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IndyFringe: Drankspeare

By John Lyle Belden

Just the concept is enough to drive ticket sales: Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” done as a comedy and a drinking game — with the cast drinking as well. 136 more words

Review

IndyFringe: Terror on the High Seas

By Wendy Carson

In-laws. We all have dealt with them or heard horror stories from friends about theirs at some point in time. Now, imagine being stuck on a 10-day cruise with them, in Alaska of all places. 235 more words

Review

IndyFringe: What's a Wedding Got to do With It

By Wendy Carson

This is the journey of a man — one who abhors the very idea of the institution of marriage and all it stands for — taking the plunge and actually getting married. 147 more words

Review

IndyFringe: The Immaculate Big Bang

By Wendy Carson

An irreverent night of comedy covering science, religion, relationships, philosophy and family, “The Immaculate Big Bang” by comedian Bill Santiago feels like what an episode of “The Big Bang Theory” would be like if it was written by George Carlin. 106 more words

Review

IndyFringe Festival: "Drankspeare"

4.5 stars sober; 5 stars drunk

By EclecticPond Theater Company

ComedySportz

Drink! The audience is continually invited to imbibe along with the actors while EclecticPond plays fast and loose with… 138 more words

Indianapolis Theater

How Improv Helps Your Career

A few weeks ago I wrote about my desire to improve my communication skills before I begin business school this fall. One part of that process has been taking improvisational comedy (improv) classes. 463 more words

Career Advice

The Puntification of America

When you forget to make the first letter of a sentence larger, will you get capital punishment? I wondered why the baseball was getting bigger, then it hit me. 221 more words

Comedy