Friday Late Nite Shows

Every Friday at 10:00 PM!

Our Adults Only Shows rotate throughout the year.

Friday nights at 10pm is for grown-ups at the CSz Indianapolis Theatre. You must be at least 17 years or older to attend shows in this Friday night time slot. Shows you might see at 10pm on Fridays could be from our Unscripted Series, Gal Pal Comedy Festival, Long-Form Improvisation, AMUSE-ical the Improvised Musical, or other sketch comedy groups.

Now on Stage

Gal Pal Comedy Fest

Any Friday night in March will be the ultimate Girls’ Night Out with the fourth annual Gal Pal Comedy Fest at the CSz Indianapolis Theatre.  The improv theatre will be sponsoring the event, with a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales benefiting various women-based charities each week.

From long- and short form improv, to musical, sketch, and stand-up comedy, each of the Friday nights in March (the 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, and 31st) at 10pm will feature a variety of comedic formats and the women who perform them throughout Indianapolis.  Each evening will wrap up with an “all-skate” improv jam, where all performers and even audience members are invited to participate in games and scenes, no matter what the experience level.  Ladies from ComedySportz, IndyProv, Defiance Comedy, and many more are all taking part in what festival producers Mia Lee Roberts and Claire Wilcher will continue this March tradition.

Gal Pal is for ages 17 and up. Tickets are $15.00 per show.  A $50 Fest Pass for all five nights is available and can be purchased by calling (317) 951-8499 or visiting
Tickets are $10.

Coming Up Next

Unscripted Series

We have 4 different shows presented in the Unscripted Series. “A Christmas Carol, Unscripted”, “Cinderella, Unscripted” , “The Headless Horseman, Unscripted” and “Oz, Unscripted. Prior to the show the audience is asked to write down lines onto pieces of paper. These lines can be song lyrics, famous quotes, bumper stickers or anything they want to have the actors say on stage. Remember, this is an adult show! During the show, the actors will pull the paper out and read what is on the paper as their line. They then have to justify why they said it. This is where the hilarity begins.