Mrs. Satan for President

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Mrs. Satan for President
Feb. 16

Frank and Katrina Basile Theater, History Center
7:30 p.m.

In the 19th century, Victoria Claflin Woodhull was many things: a clairvoyant, a businesswoman, an advocate for women’s rights and sexual freedom, a magnet for media attention and scandal, and Willy’s great-great aunt. But she is best known as the first woman to run for president with Frederick Douglass as her running mate. Her 1872 campaign came at a time when most women did not even have the right to vote. Why have you never heard of her? Why was she quite deliberately written out of American history? Come find out! Willy is a favorite at the National Storytelling Festival and at regional festivals across the land. He tells original and traditional stories. He sings his own songs, plus 1,032 eerie ballads from the British Isles and Appalachia—and a lot of blues and rock and roll. He is also the speaking mouth person for Maynard Moose, another famous storyteller and kid’s author. For more information, visit

Advance Tickets - $20; At the Door - $25

For tickets, call (317) 232-1882 or "Buy Tickets" online.

For more information on the performer or schedule changes, contact Storytelling Arts of Indiana at (317) 576-9848 or visit

Performers are subject to change.

Presented by IHS and Storytelling Arts of Indiana
Sponsored by Andrew D. Hamaker, CPA, and Tom and Pat Grabill