NewsArts & Culture / October 8, 2020

Local Theater Company Brings Message Of The Power Of Voting To The Streets

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Storefront Theatre Consultant Chelsea Anderson - Courtesy of Chelsea Anderson

Storefront Theatre Consultant Chelsea Anderson

Courtesy of Chelsea Anderson

A local theater company is taking the message of the power of voting to the streets -- literally.

From WFYI's Arts & Culture desk, Jill Ditmire spoke with Storefront Theatre Consultant Chelsea Anderson about "Storefront Votes," a series of monologues that will be presented in various neighborhoods over the next few weeks leading up to Election Day.

The first pop up monologue takes place Oct. 7 and the series will continue through Nov. 2. Times and locations can be found on the Storefront Theatre Indianapolis Facebook page.

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