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1980 (Or Why I'm Voting For John Anderson)
Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis presents the Midwest Premiere of 1980 (Or Why I’m Voting For John Anderson) by Patricia Cotter.
A comedy about class, race and learning to believe that anything is possible, before you learn that it actually isn’t. For a sliver of a shining moment in the fall of 1980, it looked as though a little known congressman from Illinois, John Anderson, might actually have a chance to be a contender for President of the United States. At least that’s what the campaign staff of John Anderson For President believes. In a bare bones campaign office in Boston, Massachusetts, four very different (andView more
Admission is free, but donations are encouraged and help support the Indianapolis artists who create our productions. Storefront is a professional theatre and all artists receive guaranteed compensation for their work. Our tickets are free/donation-only in our effort to increase accessibility to our theatre and theatre in general. You’re generosity is greatly appreciated, but your patronage is more than enough.
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Free parking is available in the large lot behind our building. If The Vogue has a performance on the night you are attending, simply tell the parking attendant that you are “going to Storefront” and they will let you park for free.
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717 Broad Ripple Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220
Free parking is available in the large lot behind the building, as well as along Carrollton Avenue.