Storefront has several rooms in our facility including our dressing room, greenroom and stage manager booth. Each room comes with a suggested donation over the course of a certain number of years. Naming rights sponsors receive different benefits depending on funding level and a plaque next to the entryway to their funded space.
Storefront's theatre chairs allow for flexible arrangements in our performance space. We offer seat licenses to sponsors at $1,000 a chair. Our seat licenses are custom built fabric overlays with the sponsors preferred credit embroidered on the front. The overlay is permanent, and payments can be made over time.
Sponsoring a Storefront production or gallery exhibition is a great way to help us support our artists. Storefront productions typically cost between 6k to 10k. Artist sponsors can choose the actor, designer, director or stage manager they would like to support in any Storefront production.
If you're not interested in sponsoring Storefront but would like to support us, donations in any amount have a large impact.
For more information on any of our sponsorship opportunities, please contact Artistic Director Ronan Marra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis is a small, non-profit theatre company that produces new work by underrepresented playwrights. We also host the work of Indianapolis artists in our gallery. We opened in 2016 and are located at 2416 E. 55th Pl in Broad Ripple.
Storefront pays fair wages to actors, stage managers, designers and playwrights that are consistent with small Equity theatres, and we do not take commissions from visual artists.
Our admissions are pay-what-you-want in order to increase access and inclusion to our performances.
We are supported by our individual donors, The Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, The Arts Council of Indianapolis, The Indiana Arts Commission, The Christel DeHaan Family Foundation, The Central Indiana Community Foundation and The Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Jr. Foundation. Our primary form of earned income is via rentals to other performing arts companies. Our contributed vs. earned income split is 60/40.
Storefront offers sponsorship opportunities to individuals and organizations. Sponsorships are a great way to support Storefront's mission and annual goal, while giving the funder visual recognition in our facility and marketing materials. There are three ways to sponsor Storefront: