Storefront in the Press

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After directing in Chicago’s theater scene for many years, Ronan Marra moved to Indianapolis with his family in 2017 and started Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis, a professional company focused on works by female and minority playwrights. In its early days, Marra’s operation put on a pair of celebrated shows at IndyFringe’s Indy Eleven Theatre. But this spring, it opened a versatile new 7,500-square-foot location of its own on Broad Ripple Avenue, complete with a 50-seat main stage space, a multipurpose gallery, and a rehearsal room that are all available to the community for rent. In April, Storefront will produce Patricia Cotter’s 1980 (Or Why I’m Voting For John Anderson).


Interview with Artistic Director Ronan Marra

The Indianapolis Star visited Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis to get a tour of our home and learn more about our plans. Play the video to get a good look at the space, learn about our young company's history and what we have in store for the future.

Special thanks to Domenica Bongiovanni and The Indianapolis Star for this coverage.