Thanks to all who came out to see HELEN!
The gods smiled on us with beautiful weather, wonderful turnout, and the moving collaboration of talented, dedicated, and brave Indy theatre artists.
Thanks to all who trusted Summit to execute the event safely and came out to support local art and live theatre!
Summit stands with BLM and BIPOC
Black Lives Matter.
Summit Performance Indianapolis stands with Black Americans and all Indigenous and other People of Color. We detest and denounce racism in all of its explicit and implicit forms. Summit’s values are to increase the representation of our country’s diverse population on and behind the stage, promote equity in the arts, connect with our community, and inspire community-wide dialogue around pertinent social issues, and we will continue our current efforts toward these aims. However, we recognized that we have not done enough, and acknowledge that racism and the horrific legacy of slavery continue to produce devastating consequences. We are seeking literature, education, and calls to action to further our commitment toward this critical cause.
With your help, Summit Performance Indianapolis is off to a wonderful start. Thank you for your continued support as we strive to bring you the highest quality theatre Indy has to offer!
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Bryan Fonseca went to bat for me to get my first professional gig in Indianapolis. I know the depth of his work and legacy are beyond my knowledge, and that Indianapolis Theatre as it exists today and the fact that it exists today is largely a product of his efforts. He paved the way for all of us.
Needless to say both indirectly and directly, Summit would not exist if it weren't for Bryan's vision and assistance. We lost a giant in the Indianapolis Arts World last night. Let us work to honor Bryan by pushing ourselves to be better, and to create a more fully representative, all-inclusive, community-oriented, intentional, engaged, and gutsy Indianapolis Theatre scene.
Rest in peace and power Bryan, Thank you for everything.
-Lauren Briggeman, Summit Artistic Director