Welcome to Claude McNeal Productions!
Claude McNeal, Founder and former Artistic Director of the American Cabaret Theatre, has formed a new non-for-profit entity, emphasizing alternative theatre educational programs of the highest quality, and consulting for other not-for-profit arts organizations.
To find out more about Claude McNeal Productions services and other information, select one of the links to the left.
Our Summer Performing Arts Conservatory open house showcase final performance - June 29th at 6:30pm!
Join us as we celebrate the acting and musical theatre accomplishments of our 2018 Summer Performing Arts Conservatory particpants! Students from Herron High School, Riverside High School, Warren Central High School, Lebanon High School, and Fisher's High School, grades 9 through 12, will share "what they've learned" in their respective Acting Intensive and Musical Theatre Intensive classes over the last three weeks.
The final "workshop" performance will be on Friday, June 29th at 6:30pm, located in the 2nd floor theatre of Russell Hall, on the campus of Herron High School - 110 E. 16th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (on the corner of Pennsylvania Street and 16th).
2018 Summer Conservatory Sign Up.pdf
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CMP partners with Sycamore Services to provide a unique theatre training program!
Claude McNeal Productions is so very proud to annouce that we'll be working with Sycamore Services, Inc. to provide a new theatre program in collaboration with their Recreational Therapy Program.
Sycamore has set up a "Go Fund Me" page, and we would so very much appreciate your support!
Please click on the photo to be taken directly their gofundme page. Thank you!
Sycamore Services, Inc. is a local non-profit organization that provides a variety of services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Their services meet the needs of individuals with impairments in physical abilities, learning, language, behaviors and socialization skills. As an agency, their mission is to make a difference in the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities through providing quality individualized services to increase independence and enhance their quality of life.
Our New 2017 Theatre Education Report
Our 2017 Theatre Education Report is now available for download! In 2017, we reached 18,006 youth, teachers, adults and community members, with 191 total produtions.
Thanks to our 2017 Special Program and General Operating Sponsors:
- Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation
- The Indianapolis Foundation
- Pacers Foundation
- Samerian Foundation, Inc.
- Indiana Arts Commission & The National Endowment for the Arts
- Downtown Optimists Foundation
- The Dorsey Foundation
- The Brave Heart Foundation
- The Robert & Toni Bader Charitable Foundation, Inc.
- Mr. John Mutz
- Indiana Department of Child Services/Children's Bureau, Inc.
- Lilly Endowment, Inc.
- MacAllister Machinery
- Markey's Audio Visual
- Mac McWhriter Fund, a fund of the Indianapolis Foundation
- Click Document Below to Download Full Report
CHECK OUT OUR PROFESSIONAL SUMMER STOCK THEATRE PROGRAM - THE INDIANA PERFORMING ARTS INITIATIVE at Herron High School!
Under the direction of Claude McNeal Productions, and in collaboration with IUPUI, we are pleased to announce that we created a new summer stock theatre program this summer called the "Indiana Performing Arts Initiative" at Herron High School. Open to all area high school and college students, as well as amateur and professional actors, singers and dancers from the Indianapolis area.
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Award-winning Cabaret & Critically-Acclaimed Original Cabaret Productions!
Over 80 original shows! Critically-acclaimed mainstage and educational productions!
A nonprofit entity with a mission unlike that of any other organization in central Indiana: to inspire and transform lives and cultural organizations through the energizing power of theatre and of theatre-related educational programming, while creating original works, enhancing and stimulating the performing arts in the city of Indianapolis.
Claude McNeal Productions uses theatre to communicate issues and ideas that are difficult to address in any other way. This unique organization specializes in alternative theatre-related educational programming for the greater Indianapolis area, serving more than 15,000 annually.