Productions

Our 2018–19 season has something for everyone

A silhouette of a man looking up. The words The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs appear.

The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs

September 14, 15, 21, and 22

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs
A man and a woman embrace. The word Connections appears.

Connections Fall Ballet

September 28 and 29

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore Connections Fall Ballet
An abstract image of a woman with golden rings in the foreground. The words Dialogues of the Carmelites appear.

Dialogues of the Carmelites

October 12, 13, 19, and 20

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore Dialogues of the Carmelites
An abstract lollipop hovers over two children. The words Bloomington Hansel and Gretel appear.

Hansel and Gretel

November 2, 3, and 4

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore Hansel and Gretel
An abstract lollipop hovers over two children. The words Indianapolis Hansel and Gretel appear.

Hansel and Gretel: Indianapolis

November 16 and 17

Clowes Memorial Hall

Explore Hansel and Gretel: Indianapolis
A girl in a party dress holds a nutcracker. The words The Nutcracker appear.

The Nutcracker

November 29 and 30 | December 1 and 2

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore The Nutcracker
A woman wearing a crown looks to the left. The words Giolio Cesare appear.

Giulio Cesare

February 1, 2, 8, and 9

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore Giulio Cesare
A man wearing a top hat smiles. The words Elixir of Love appear.

The Elixir of Love

February 22 and 23 | March 1 and 2

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore The Elixir of Love
A ballerina in a flower tutu looks down. The words Spring Celebration appear.

Spring Celebration Ballet

March 22 and 23

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore Spring Celebration Ballet
Abstract image with the words Bernstein's Mass appearing.

Bernstein’s Mass

April 5, 6, 7, 12, and 13

Musical Arts Center (MAC)

Explore Bernstein’s Mass

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