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Fall Play Performances December 1-2

Friday, December 1 at 7pm

Saturday, December 2 at 3pm and 7pm

All performances are held at Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis. 

Don't miss out on this world premier production of a brand new play!


Limited tickets are available. 

Announcing our Spring Production
Only 14 Spots Available!

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We are so excited to share that our spring production will be the zany comedy, The Adventures of Little Red Robin Hood, by Katherine DuBois. 

In this madcap mash-up of Robin Hood and Little Red Riding Hood, Grandma may lose her cottage to a developer who wants to cut down Sherwood Forest—but not if her granddaughter, Robin Hood, has anything to say about it. With the help of Robin and her Merry Maidens—and a decidedly friendly Wolf—can Grandma find a way to save the forest and her cottage, and keep her money out of the hands of the Sheriff, Prince John and a conniving Bishop? Farcical plot reversals, slapstick chases, clever disguises, and a money bag that changes hands every other minute make this fast-moving comedy as much fun to perform as it is to watch.

Roles for 14 students aged 8-14.

Every student who registers is cast and

will have lines in the play. 

Parents are not required to volunteer

nor to purchase costumes!


Begins February 13. 

Rehearsing at First Baptist Church of Indianapolis

86th Street & College Avenue

Performances May 10 and May 11

at Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis. 

Each family will receive 3 complimentary tickets per performance, and additional tickets will be available for purchase. 

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Introducing Indianapolis's newest children's theatre!

Ensemble Children's Theatre was created to fill the void of early children's theatre programming in Indianapolis and provide additional opportunities for young actors.


We currently offer classes and camps for students ages 2-14 and one production each semester for ages 8-14. 

Currently, our classes are held conveniently at First Baptist Church in Indianapolis (86th St. and College Ave.)

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Early drama education helps students learn to identify and regulate their emotions, use their bodies and voices to express themselves, explore their creative impulses, and grow into empathetic individuals.

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