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For your convenience we offer you a number of ways to contact our Theatre Box Office for performance information and to purchase tickets for our theatre productions.
Please note that all ticket sales are final and that we do not refund money for tickets purchased but not used. All show titles and dates are subject to change, and every effort will be made to make show substitutions fair and equitable. Season ticket holders have the privilege of exchanging tickets for another performance date with no additional fee by contacting the box office in advance of the performance date on the original ticket. We will do our very best to provide you the best substitute tickets available. Based on limited ticket availability we cannot guarantee individual (non-season) ticket holders with ticket exchanges. We will do our best to exchange individual tickets for other productions but can make no promises that alternate ticketing will be available. All unused tickets can be donated to the department for resale or for free distribution to students and can be used by the purchaser as a tax deductible donation.
A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams
One of America's most iconic plays.
The faded beauty of a
Southern plantation collides with the harsh realities of a New Orleans tenement
when Blanche DuBois comes to live with her sister Stella and husband Stanley. The
tension grows as thick as the humid night air until passion and desperation
spark an explosive encounter that changes them all forever. With
great compassion and vivid, poetic imagination, Williams spins this poignant
and luminous story of lost love, secret desires, and abandoned hope.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Music & Lyrics by: Stephen Sondheim
Main Stage Theatre
tomorrow, Comedy Tonight! A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum takes comedy back to its roots by combining
situations from time-tested, 2000 year-old comedies by the Roman playwright
Plautus, with the infectious energy of the golden age of musicals. The result
is a non-stop laugh-fest in which a crafty slave, Pseudolus, schemes to
win his freedom by helping his young master win the beautiful courtesan who is
betrothed to the mighty soldier Miles Gloriosus. "Smart, cheeky, buoyant" (New York Times) and one of the funniest musicals ever written. Sponsored by WPR.