IU Theatre & Dance continues its triumphant return to live productions with Carrie: the Musical.
IU Theatre & Dance will present new works from our graduate and undergraduate playwrights in the upcoming 10th annual New Play Festival. This year’s festival will feature two productions of new plays in repertoire by third year MFA playwright Jayne Deely and visiting professor of playwriting Diana Grisanti. The festival will also showcase staged readings of new plays by MFA playwriting candidates, Annalise Cain and David Davila, several panels with esteemed guests, and , an evening of short plays written by undergraduate playwrights.
IU Theater & Dance’s Season of Return to in-person theater continues with Bertolt Brecht’s classic The Threepenny Opera.
IU Theatre & Dance presents The Well of Horniness, the Sapphic soap-opera the patriarchy doesn’t want you to see.
For its first post-pandemic production, IU Theatre is pleased to present The Well of Horniness, by Holly Hughes.
IU Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance Announces 2021–2022 Season
Bloomington, IN - The summer heats up as the Indiana University Department of Theatre & Dance presents the season.
IU Contemporary Dance proudly presents New Moves, a concert of choreographic capstone projects created by the B.F.A. class of 2021.
IU Theatre & Dance presents Little Women: The Broadway Musical based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott
IU Theatre’s first ever virtual season continues with Little Women: The Broadway Musical by Allan Knee, music by Jason Howland, and lyrics by Mindi Dickstein.
IU Theatre & Dance will present new works from the three M.F.A playwrights in the upcoming 9th annual, and 1st virtual, At First Sight Festival.
IU Theatre continues its first-ever virtual season with Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy, Twelfth Night.
IU Theatre continues reading series Amplified: A Series of Plays by Black Authors beginning February 5
IU Theatre opens its spring 2021 season with Amplified: A Series of Plays by Black Authors featuring readings of Adored You by Rachel Lynett and Stick Fly by Lydia R. Diamond.
IU Contemporary Dance takes the virtual stage with their Winter Dance Concert: Sounding Bodies, an evening of choreography and performance uniting dance and protest.
IU Theatre commences its 2020-2021 main stage season with BONNETS: (How Ladies of Good Breeding are Induced to Murder) by Jen Silverman.
IU Theatre presents new reading series of vital voices with Amplified: A Series of Plays by Black Authors
IU Theatre opens the 2020 – 2021 season with Amplified: A Series of Plays by Black Authors featuring readings of Black Super Hero Magic Mama by Inda Craig-Galván and Time Is On Our Side by R. Eric Thomas.
IU Theatre & Dance will present new works from the three MFA playwrights in the upcoming 8th annual At First Sight Festival.
IU Theatre launches the spring semester with Ascendant, a new devised work on the addiction epidemic
IU Theatre will begin its 2020 spring season with the new devised work, Ascendant, part of the “From the Ground Up” series, by faculty playwright Peter Gil-Sheridan.
IU Theatre continues its Bicentennial 2019–2020 season with Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, Hamlet.
IU Theatre continues the Bicentennial 2019–2020 season with the Pulitzer Prize winning play Water by the Spoonful by Quiara Alegría Hudes.
IU Theatre continues the Bicentennial 2019–2020 season with the delightful hit musical, Big Fish.
IU Theatre opens the Bicentennial 2019–2020 season with Marina Carr’s By The Bog of Cats. Loosely based on Euripides' tragedy Medea, this provocative drama discloses one woman's courageous attempts to lay claim to that which is hers. Set on the ghostly landscape of the Bog of Cats, Carr’s play is a furious, uncompromising tale of greed and betrayal, of memory and profound self-sacrifice.
The IU Contemporary Dance Class of 2019 takes center stage in New Moves, a concert of choreographic capstone projects.
IU's production of Wonderful Town comes to B-Town!
When two women are named as witches by their scornful neighbors, mass hysteria follows.
IU Theatre & Dance will present new works from the three MFA playwrights in the upcoming 7th annual At First Sight Festival.
IU Contemporary Dance takes to the stage with their Winter Dance Concert: Making Spaces.
IU Theatre will begin its 2019 spring season with Shakespeare’s bloodiest tragedy Titus Andronicus.
The IU Theatre 2018-2019 Season will kick off with The Heiress by Ruth and Augustus Goetz.
Set in a Korean-American owned NYC nail salon, Nice Nails tells the story of immigrant women who spend their days toiling over the fingers and toes of entitled customers as the owners’ daughter fights to modernize the establishment.
Julius Caesar brings the epic glory of the Roman Republic to the IU stage with a treacherous assassination that causes Rome to erupt into a warzone.
Bloomington turns into Neverland as IU Theatre’s production of Peter and the Starcatcher flies into the Ruth N. Halls Theatre.