Intermission is finally over

Was that the longest intermission ever, or what?! Even the lines at the restrooms are gone!

However, when you return to your seat in the Musical Arts Center, don't be surprised to discover that we already took it—literally! But no worries, we put it back better than ever—with a complete refurbishing of the seating, improved accessibility, and other renovations to the MAC.

Now, we are thrilled to be able to invite you to a full, in-person season of Jacobs School of Music productions during our Conrad Prebys Centennial Performance Season—commemorating the school’s one-hundredth anniversary!

We can’t wait to welcome you back and celebrate together. And what a celebration it will be.

Misty forest clearing revealing a silhouette of the Queen of the Night.

The Magic Flute

Sept 17, 18, 24, 25 | 7:30 PM

Before the Wicked Witch of the West, Snow White’s Evil Queen, or Maleficent, there was the Queen of the Night.

Steeped in symbolism, this masterpiece of good vs. evil and logic vs. emotion premiered just two months before Mozart’s death.

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Dancer's feet featuring new multi-skinned toned point shoes and tights.

A Leap Forward - Fall Ballet

Oct 1, 2 | 7:30 PM

Oct 2 | 2 PM

Featuring In Creases, ChaconneFür Alina, and Donizetti Variations.

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Woman's eyes highlighted with crown above her and the world below.

The Coronation of Poppea

Oct 15, 16 | 7:30 PM

Depicting human emotions in realistic settings, Monteverdi is considered the father of modern opera.

Greed, lust, and murder will get you everywhere—until history catches up with you.

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Enjoy past productions

Now is a great time to dive into our archive of on-demand content from previous seasons in order to prepare yourself for in-person experiences this fall.

Relive—or discover—some of your favorite offerings from IU Jacobs School of Music Opera and Ballet Theater as we get ready to greet you live soon!

View past productions