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This show contains moments of violence, moments of sexual intimacy and references to the Holocaust and anti-Semitism. 

Indecent is a battle cry for resistance — an emotional, unfettering tale of the transformative pull of art, revealing that storytelling can be the light in the darkest of times. Indecent, written by Paula Vogel, a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, is a deeply moving and liberating story based on the true events surrounding the play The God of Vengeance by Sholem Asch, where the producer and cast were arrested and convicted for obscenity for showing love between two women on stage. Vogel’s play spotlights those who have risked their careers and lives to reveal the truths behind this incendiary drama.

Once your tickets are purchased, the Box Office will move your tickets to the seating of the Mainstage before your selected performance date. You will receive an updated email confirmation along with your seating location. Seats will be socially distanced for all performances of Indecent.

Join us for a talkback on Sunday, Jan. 30 directly following the performance in the Main Stage Theatre.