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League Day at the Statehouse - Resources

Event Documents (all PDFs)



 LEAP Project In Boone County (NEW)
Public concern about the LEAP (Limitless Exploration/Advanced Pace) district adjacent to Lebanon in Boone County led  Citizens Action Coalition (CAC) to investigate state water and economic development policy more thoroughly.

Tips for Talking to Legislators


Legislator Meeting Followup Form



Education 2024 (pdf) 

Tracking Education Bills 2024

Wetland Priorities

Natural Resources Priorities 2024 (pdf)

Election Bill Watch 2024 - Voter Services - Voter Service Coordinating Comm (pdf)

Health -  Health Access & Privacy Advocates (HAPA) (pdf)


Indiana Civics Health Index - 2023 Report

This sixth edition of the Indiana Bar Foundation’s Indiana Civic Health Index (INCHI) takes stock of Indiana’s successes and shortcomings during the past decade and defines action steps to ensure Indiana becomes a national leader in civic health. 

In this latest INCHI we look at new data from the 2022 election cycle as well as additional data demonstrating other areas of our state’s civic health as we look forward to the national elections in 2024. The insights gained by examining Hoosiers’ participation in civic life from 2010 to the present will inform and motivate citizens and leaders alike to build a culture of civic engagement that enhances our economic, social, and political wellbeing.


Also recommended from the Indiana Capital Chronicle:

An excellent introduction to the legislative process by Andy Downs. He was the Director of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at IUPUI (now Purdue Fort Wayne) and is a long-time political analyst.

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For those attending Fannie, here is some information sent from the IRT

Information About Your Upcoming Performance of Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer

We look forward to welcoming you to the IRT for Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer! Your performance is on Wednesday, January 31, 2024 7:30 PM in the OneAmerica Mainstage.

Ahead of your performance, we wanted to share a few tips about arriving to the Theatre and details about the show.

If you have any questions, please contact the Ticket Office at 317.635.5252 or

Before arriving at the Theatre, please review this helpful information:

  • The approximate run time is 1 hour and 15 minutes, with no intermission
  • The Digital Program can be accessed here
  • Recommended for 9th grade and above
  • There are Pre-Show Chats before every performance, and select performances will have an Artist Conversation or Community Conversation after the show. To learn about additional programming, click here.
  • Content Spotlight: Contains mild profanity; descriptions of misogynoir, shooting, gun violence, racial hate crimes, sexual harassment, and physical violence; mentions lynching, rape, malnutrition, bombing, and death; references Christian theology



Have Will Call Tickets? You can pick them up at the Ticket Office prior to the start of the show. 

Bringing guests with you? Please share all of this information with them so they can plan accordingly. 



HeadCount and the League of Women Voters will be at the IRT on the following dates to register voters one hour before the performance begins!


Saturday 1.13 | Performances at 1PM & 5PM

Saturday 1.20 | Performance at 5PM

Saturday 1.27 | Performance at 4PM

Saturday 2.3 | Performance at 5PM

League of Women Voters

Thursday 1.11 | Performance at 7:30PM

Friday 1.12 | Opening Night Performance at 7:30PM

Thursday 1.18 | Performance at 7:30PM

Thursday 1.25 | Performances at 2PM & 7:30PM


PARKING & TRAFFIC | IRT in partnership with Goldstar Management, LLC, is happy to provide valet parking on the front curb of the Theatre. Valet prices start at $25 and begins one hour prior to the performance and closes 30 minutes after the performance concludes.

In partnership with Denison Parking, Inc. and Indianapolis Parking, we offer discounted parking at two select garages downtown. Simply ask an IRT Ticket Office or House staff member for a validation sticker that you can use to park for up to six hours for a decreased rate ($6-$12) and avoid increased special event pricing. This is only valid during the IRT’s season.

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Addresses for Circle Center Mall and Court Street Parking
Red Garage – 49 West Maryland Street ($6 for up to 6 hours) 
Court Street Garage – 110 West Washington Street ($12 for up to 6 hours)

Other affordable, but not discounted, parking can be found at Circle Center Mall: 
Blue Garage – 26 West Georgia Street 
World of Wonders Garage (subject to event pricing) – 100 South Illinois Street

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For other helpful tips on parking, voucher use, and transportation, we recommend visiting our Parking & Transportation page on our website. More information can be found at Visit Indy and Downtown Indy

IRT Visit Indy Video


ARRIVAL | Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your performance to find parking, visit the bar, check personal items at coat check, and find your seat. Late seating is up to the discretion of House Management. 

FOOD AND BEVERAGE | There will be a full bar, and treats from Illinois Street Food Emporium and DeBrand Fine Chocolates available for purchase. Concessions are allowed in the Theatre spaces. Outside food and beverages are not permitted. 

YOUR VISIT | Have questions regarding your visit? Click here to learn more about our policies, find nearby restaurants, hotels, and more.

ACCESSIBILITY | The IRT is a welcoming and inclusive Theatre and offers many accessibility options for our patrons including audio enhancement or neckloop devices, abbreviated large print programs, and sensory supports. If you have a specific request, just ask a member of House Management when you have your ticket scanned. Click here to learn more about accessibility options. 


CELL PHONES & ELECTRONIC DEVICES | We love it when patrons share their experience on social media using @IRTLIVE or #IRTLIVE. We encourage the use of electronic devices before and after each performance. Once inside the Theatre, we ask that all cell phones and electronic devices be turned off or set to silent as this minimizes distractions to the actors and other patrons. And, due to union agreements, photography, video and audio recording are not permitted during the performance. 

Click here to learn more about our ticketing policies.

We strive to make your visit the best experience possible. If you have any questions prior to your performance, contact the IRT Ticket Office at 317.635.5252 or

League Day Evaluation
If you attended League Day, please complete this anonymous evaluation form ... should take just 2-3 minutes.

Positions Page

See the league positions




IGA - Indiana General Assembly website

Speaker Biographies

Tentative schedule

09:30 am  Registration Desk opens in State Library
11:30 am  Lunch served (included in registration)

11:45 am  Indra Frank, Hoosier Environmental Council
--Wetland and Water Issues

12:30 pm  Table Discussions
-Table 1 - Tim Kalgreen - Indiana Civics Coalition, We the People, Mock Trial
-Table 2 - Kerwin Olson - Exec Dir, Citizen's Action Coalition -- Solar
-Table 3 - Alexandra Rollo - Gun Violence State Lead, MOMs Demand Action for Gun Sense in America - Federal & State Legislation
             - Rebecca McCracken - Marion County Youth Violence Prevention Coalition
-Table 4 - Julia Vaughn - Common Cause - Election Bills

1:30 pm adjourn

5:00 pm Optional Dinner at Buca di Beppo
7:30 pm Optional Performance - Fannie at Indiana Repertory Theater