THEATRE THAT MATTERS

TASTE
TASTE

Marvelous, masterful performances by Bradley Allan Lowe (Vic) & Austin Hauptstueck (Terry)

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SMART PEOPLE
SMART PEOPLE

Kim Egan delivering a powerhouse performance as Ginny Yang

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1984 BY GEORGE ORWELL
1984 BY GEORGE ORWELL

Our award-nominated ensemble bringing out the ratbox

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TASTE
TASTE

Marvelous, masterful performances by Bradley Allan Lowe (Vic) & Austin Hauptstueck (Terry)

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WE SEE YOU, WHITE AMERICAN THEATRE

Black lives matter. Period.

Click below to see our WSYWAT response page.

WHO WE ARE

We are a professional, pay-what-you-can theatre company that emphasizes substance onstage and inclusion for our talent and audience. We develop and present work that fosters understanding, provokes thought, and provides a platform for historically excluded communities.

RESPONSE

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"Monument Theatre Company is a promising indication of progress being made to diversifying theater content and audiences in this city."

- Lou Harry

(LouHarry.com)

"Intense, well-prepared productions standing among the best in burgeoning theater companies here."

- Jay Harvey

(JayHarveyUpstage)

"Dutchman is a graceful masterpiece, an intensely personal and furiously political play."

- Dylan & Celeste Caraker

(The Marriage Matinee)

"The best presentation of 1984 I have seen."

- Lisa Gauthier Mitchison

(Indianapolis Theatre Reviews)

"Smart People kicks in the door and welcomes the audience back with open arms and no coddling."

- Melissa Hall

(Stage Write)

"Powerful and amazing. You really should witness this."

- Wendy Carson

(PlaysWithJohn&Wendy)

CURRENT SHOW

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LAND RECOGNITION

Monument acknowledges the original and legitimate occupants of the land we are so fortunate to operate in, now known as the state of Indiana. Once a vibrant forested region dominated by the Shawnee; Miami; Kickapoo; and Wea peoples, the irony of our state's title is not lost upon us - named (inappropriately) for the original inhabitants, Indiana awaits its return to those rightful heirs.