Epsilon Theatrical Company exists to produce high caliber theatrical opportunities for the enjoyment and enrichment of all participants, patrons, and residents of Central Indiana. We achieve this by teaching, nurturing, and mentoring participants while building a legacy. Epsilon Theatrical Company serves our community and empowers players by providing diverse opportunities in all phases of theatre through a variety of year-round programs, artistic education, and entertainment for all ages.

The Five Es of Epsilon:

Epsilon is the 5th letter in the Greek alphabet. We chose these five “E” words to represent what ETC is all about.

EXCELWe at Epsilon challenge our cast and crew to always strive for excellence, to build on their skills and hone their crafts, in order to produce professional quality theatrical performances.
ENTERTAINOur productions are for the entertainment and enrichment of all participants, patrons, and residents of all ages in Indianapolis, Indiana, and surrounding communities.
EDUCATEWe believe that Epsilon will enrich the community by providing diverse opportunities of artistic education to players both young and old.
EMBRACEThe goal of ETC is to provide an environment that is welcoming, safe, secure, and inclusive. ETC is committed to a non-discrimination policy without regard to age, sex, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, marital status, disability, or political beliefs.
EMPOWEREpsilon encourages players to participate in all phases of theatre, both on stage and off, through a variety of theatrical programs. The skills they learn will empower them to succeed both on stage and in life.


The production team behind Epsilon came together in the years following Covid by way of a small church theatre ministry known as In His Light Players. Despite the challenges facing the theatre community in a post-Covid world the group thrived. The brother-sister team of Jayson Elliott and Jennifer Elliott Estes lead IHLP’s talented cast and crew through productions of Singin’ in the Rain Jr, Matilda Jr, Seussical Jr and Shrek Jr. With each show the production quality kept growing, as did the interest from the community. In 2022 they wowed local theatre goers with their larger than life production of Beauty and the Beast. The fall of 2023 marked the final IHLP production, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Building off the momentum of their recent growth Jayson and Jennifer rallied their troops to create Epsilon Theatrical Company. The name pays homage to their high school drama club and the goal is to grow the next generation of leaders both on stage and off. Drawing from Jayson’s many years of experience in the Broadway, Touring and Regional Theatre communities, as well as Jennifer’s strong sense of community and commitment to building a dedicated and capable team, Epsilon is set to have its inaugural season in 2024 at Broadway United Methodist Church in the heart of Indianapolis.

Look out Indy! Big things are in store for Epsilon Theatrical Company!
Joseph - One More Angel in Heaven

A Hoosier native who was based in NYC for nearly two decades in Broadway, Touring and Regional Theatre communities and is a proud member of Actors Equity Association. Previously at IHLP Jayson was involved in Singin’ in the Rain, Matilda, Seussical, Shrek, Beauty and the Beast and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Jayson is excited to be a part of the growing arts community in Indianapolis. He sees great things in store for Epsilon Theatrical Company and the city of Indianapolis!
Mr. Tim Reed is currently a 4th year student at Butler University where he is studying a B.M. in P-12 Choral/General Music Education with a minor in Spanish. Tim has worked on four shows with IHLP. Tim is beyond thankful, for the music educators that have been influential in his educational, professional and personal growth. Tim is looking forward to helping Epsilon Theatrical Company to grow up future leaders in theatre and our community.
Ally is delighted to be a part of the growing Epsilon team. She has been dancing since she was a little girl. She has been a part of seven productions, with the last (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat) being her largest undertaking in her career thus far. She has gone from performer to dance captain, choreographer to associate director in a few short years. Ally is eager to be a part of the youth driven programming that Epsilon Theatrical Company is devoted to bringing to Indianapolis.
Shonda is excited to be a part of Epsilon Theatrical Company. She has been a part of the Indianapolis theatre community for many years working tirelessly in various capacities. Shonda lives in Camby with her husband Jeff, of 26 years. She has two wonderful daughters and two beautiful grandkids. When she isn’t helping with a show Shonda loves spending time with her family.
In addition to her many years of experience on stage, and behind the scenes, Jennifer served at the helm of IHLP for the past five years. She has continually been blown away by the talent and commitment of the cast, crew and volunteers who give tirelessly of their time and efforts to make each show a continued success. Every production takes a village and this village continues to grow in skill, expertise, loyalty, their love for each other and giving their absolute best to God. Jen is thankful for her two wonderful kids, Sophia and Caleb. She hopes they never stop shining their light, on stage and off.
Mike was involved with IHLP for its entire thirty plus years and is very grateful to the Jester family for getting him started down this theatrical path. In addition to IHLP he has been involved with other local theatre groups. He has acted onstage in a variety of roles as well as working backstage, usually in some technical capacity. He is looking forward to many more years doing wonderful theatre with Epsilon. He is very grateful to God for the talents that he has been given and for all the wonderful people that God has brought together to create Epsilon Theatrical Company.
Lawana has served in many roles in her time as stage mom… photographer, costumer, show promoter, event planner, chauffeur, makeup artist, therapist and many more during the 8+ years that her son, Nate has been doing theatre. There are many people that Lawana has had the pleasure of working alongside through-out the years and she is grateful for their hard work and friendship. Lawana is thankful for the support of her husband, Isaac and the team of people who help hold down the fort at home while she is busy doing all things theatre!