Indiana Repertory Theatre

Indiana Repertory Theatre

The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) is a professional regional theatre located in Indianapolis, Indiana. It began as a genuine repertory theatre with its casts performing in multiple shows at once. Over time, it has evolved into a regional theatre and is now a member of the League of Resident Theatres. The IRT’s standard season typically consists of nine or ten plays on two different stages, with the majority of performances taking place on the OneAmerica Stage. The theatre company has a rich history and has been housed in two different buildings. It was established in 1972 at The Athenaeum and moved to its current location, The Indiana Theatre, in 1980.

The Indiana Theatre is a former Paramount Pictures Publix Theatre built in 1927 and converted from a movie theater for IRT’s use. The IRT offers world-class theatre experiences and aims to build a vital, vibrant, and informed community through the transformational power of live theatre.

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Volunteer Needs

Ushers welcome guests and assist them in locating their assigned seats. After the performance, ushers will walk through the aisles to collect trash and other discarded items.  Other duties like coat check are also needed.  Speak to the house manager during your assigned shift to determine where you can provide the most benefit.

Volunteer Registration

To register as a volunteer, provide your name, phone number and email address to House Manager, Jacob Lang at

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Ticket Office

Administration Office

Megan Ebbeskotte
Audience Development Manager

Jacob Lang
House Manager



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