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This website has more:
Kinsey, Sex and Fraud is good:
Indiana, Indiana by Laird Hunt of the Indianapolis area offers some lyrical depictions of Indiana (corn fields and fireflies).
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I also get a kick out of Penrod, a Tom Sawyer-esque story of a boy and his comical misadventures while growing up in Indianapolis.
I saw two plays by Indiana playrights that I would recommend:
Dr. Goddard and Mr. Angst
The Babbling Banshee
plus a bunch of short skits by the Bloomington Playwright Project called The Best of the Blizzard that I would also recommend.
The website is IndyFringe
Blurb: Set near the Limberlost Swamp in Indiana at the beginning of the 20th century, "A Girl of the Limberlost" is the story of Elnora Comstock, a young girl who is just entering high school at the outset of the novel. The story is one of Elnora's struggles to overcome her poverty; to win the love of her mother, who blames Elnora for her husband's death; and to find a romantic love of her own. A classic and romantic coming of age story, "A Girl of the Limberlost" will delight readers of all ages.