2020-21 Season Productions

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Concert Series

Four amazing concerts make up this seasons concert series.

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Title Art for The Barber of Seville, written by G. Rossini. Image of Barber face created with scissors representing the eyes, nose, and mouth.

The Barber of Seville

Sept. 18, 19, 25, 26

This audience favorite takes the idea of hairdresser-as-confidant to comic extremes!

Join us. Let your hair down, and kick up your heels for this Rossini toe tapper!

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Title Art for the fall ballet, Now and Then. Image of two dancers in elegant poses.

Now and Then Fall Ballet

Oct. 2, 3

The Effervescent dances of George Balanchine's Donizettie Variations, and Mark Godden's Angels in the Architecture set to Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring bookend an evening of unforgettable dancing.

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Title Art for Little Women, written by M. Adamo. Silhouette images of the four sisters with an open book. Surrounded by wedding rings, pen, sewing needle, and art palette.

Little Women


On a journey through inevitable change, four sisters discover that even in tragedy, collateral beauty can exist.

Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott.

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Title Art for La Boheme, written by G. Puccini. Image of candle with smoke curling off the page on a dark background.

La Boheme

NOV. 13, 14, 19, 20

Bohemians and highbrows alike are sure to be inspired by the drama and achingly beautiful music of one of the world’s favorite operas.

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Title Art for The Nutcracker, written by P. Tchaikovsky. Image of a nutcracker with a white beard and mustache, and a patch over his eye. The rat king is sitting on the brim of his hat looking angry.

La Boheme

Dec. 3, 4, 5, 6

The Nutcracker is one of the most popular and performed ballets in the world, and has become a beloved IU tradition.

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Title Art for The Revolution of Steve Jobs, written by M. Bates and M. Campbell. Profile silhouette of Steve Jobs filled by dots, dashes, and lines representing digital content.

The Revolution of Steve Jobs

Feb. 5, 6

The inspiring story of powerful man and a revolutionary force of nature.

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Title Art for Spring Ballet, with two dancers featured in a lift.

American Style Spring Ballet

Feb. 19, 20

American themed production filled with artistic creativity, exuberance, and poignant moments. 

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Title Art for Xerxes, written by G. Handel. Evening image of a coast with cliffs, a boat approaching the shore, and a large tree silhouette in the foreground.


Mar. 5, 6, 12, 13

Sibling and romantic rivalry provide plenty of entertaining complications in this comic nod to the green-eyed monster Baroque style.

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Title Art for The Music Man, written by M. Willson. Image of man in marching band uniform playing the trombone in one hand, and holding a case that is spilling out money in the other hand.

The Music Man

Apr. 9, 10, 11, 16, 17

This hit Broadway show won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical, after its 1957 debut, as well as the first-ever Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album.

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The opera and ballet performances . . . enhance my life in so many ways . . . you can’t help but leave the theater in a completely different state of mind.

Lynn Schwartzberg, General Manager, One World Catering, Bloomington

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