NewsArts & Culture / April 6, 2020

Storefront Theatre, Community Partners Experience Domino Effect Of Pandemic

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Ronan Marra is artistic director of The Storefront Theatre in Broad Ripple. - Provided by Ronan Marra

Ronan Marra is artistic director of The Storefront Theatre in Broad Ripple.

Provided by Ronan Marra

The Storefront Theatre in Broad Ripple opened its doors in June of 2019 and stages the work of female and minority playwrights. Its multipurpose space is also used by other local groups.

From our Arts and Culture Desk, WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with Artistic Director Ronan Marra about the domino effect of the public health crisis on the theater and its community partners.

Social distancing, Marra joined the conversation by phone.

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