An attorney at the Marion County Public Defender Agency is headlining one of the 64 shows being performed at this year’s Indy Fringe Festival.
Diane Black performs in “Exposure: Dancing with Vulnerability.” On the Indy Fringe website, she describes her one-act, one-woman performance as, “Keeping life’s stories hidden makes for safe living but creates distance. Closing that distance involves exploring and sharing untold stories, exposing vulnerability. Come listen to my stories and we’ll dance together at vulnerability’s edge.”
The show is held at the Phoenix Basile Theatre, 749 N. Park Ave., Indianapolis. Upcoming performances are Monday at 6 p.m., Friday at 9 p.m., Saturday at 4:30 p.m., and Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults. The performance does include adult language.
Indy Fringe is an annual theatre festival that spans 10 days this year and hosts acts from all genres, including comedy, magic, dance and performance art. More information about Indy Fringe can be found at www.indyfringe.org.