|Want to learn more about the Michiana Monologues? Read our "herstory" here!
Thanks to all those that help us make Michiana Monologues possible!
|Michiana Monologues is an annual, original theatrical production crafted from local women writers’ stories of life in
Michiana. All proceeds from our production go to local non-profits that work to stop violence against women.
Past beneficiaries have included:
YWCA of North Central Indiana, SOS of the Family Justice Center, The Young Moms’ Self-Sufficiency Program of Youth
Service Bureau, Planned Parenthood of Indiana, the Elkhart County Women’s Shelter, the GBLT Resource Center of
Michiana, Maple City Health Center, St. Margaret's House, and Indiana Legal Services, Inc.
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|Books from past productions are available. Click here for more information.
|Watch Michiana Monologues 2014: City of Women here:
|Watch Michiana Monologues 2015 here:
Michiana Monologues 2015: Part One
Michiana Monologues 2015: Part Two
|Performance and Ticket Information:
Feb. 25, 7 pm, Civil Rights Heritage Center
Donation at the door: 1040 W. Washington St, South Bend
February 26, 7 pm. South Bend Civic Theatre, 403 N Main St, South Bend, IN 46601
Tickets: $12 through https://sbct.showare.com/ordertickets.asp?p=591 or by calling 574-234-1112
Opening show from Youth on Stage. ASL for the Deaf.
March 4, 7 pm, IU South Bend Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall
Tickets $10 - on sale at Arts Box Office (NS 017) 574-520-4203. Opening show from Youth on Stage. ASL for the Deaf.
Silent Auction with a wide range of art, goods, and services, starting at 6:15 pm
|Our beneficiaries this year are: the YWCA of North Central Indiana, SOS of the Family
Justice Center, St. Margaret's House, TREES, Inc. (Transgender Resource, Education &
Enrichment Services), Young Mom's Self-Sufficiency Program of the Youth Services
Bureau, Indiana Legal Services, Inc., and Planned Parenthood of Indiana/Kentucky.