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AARP Indiana, Indiana Repertory Theatre announce “The Folks at Home” local discount

AARP members and their guests can enjoy a local discount on a poignant theatre experience in Indianapolis that sends up 70s sitcoms, intergenerational living, and finding balance within it all.

“The Folks at Home” is billed as a modern family comedy by the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT):

Roger and Brandon, an interracial couple living in South Baltimore, are doing the very best they can to live their version of the American dream: love, house, solid jobs. Except Roger’s been laid off for months, their mortgage is late…and there might be a ghost in the attic. And that was before both sets of parents decided to move in! This contemporary riff on the beloved family sitcoms of the 70s is a complex yet heartwarming portrait of modern life.

Discount Code:

The local discount is available from February 20 through March 13 at the IRT. Members and their guests can use the discount code HOME25 online* and at the IRT will call desk for a discount. All ticket prices (which range from $22 to $86) will be capped at $25 when using the discount code.

Enter our Sweepstakes!

Additionally, AARP Indiana is offering a sweepstakes for the IRT! From February 6 through March 17, anyone can enter a drawing for grand prizes that include free tickets to future shows, valet access, and other exclusive perks worth up to $500. The sweepstakes can be entered by visiting the AARP Indiana booth at the IRT or by completing an online entry form when the contest opens. No purchase is necessary. You can read the full rules for the sweepstakes here.

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"The Folks at Home" is a send-up of the 1970s family sitcom show format.

“We’re excited to once again partner with the Indiana Repertory Theatre,” AARP Indiana Director of Outreach Addison Pollock said. “Stories like ‘The Folks at Home’ speak to the personal stories and priorities of older Hoosiers and highlight that everyone should be able to choose how they live as they age.”

You won’t want to miss this take on modern life and nostalgic throwback to some of your TV favorites from your youth and early years of adulthood. There is no better time than now to plan your visit!

*This is not an AARP website. All information submitted to the Indiana Repertory Theatre will be governed by its privacy policy.

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