Tickets

The Stage Company’s 2017-2018 Season opens with the comedic musical, No Bones About It. Music by Paul Libman, Book and Lyrics by Dave Hudson.

The box office at the Varsity Center office is now closed, and will re-open Friday, October 6, at 5 pm. Box office hours are 5 to 7 pm plus one hour prior to performances.

Changes/News/New Things

~ Did you know ~ that once the box office is open, you can purchase tickets for ANY show coming up in the season? Yes, you can! The same limits apply – purchase tickets at ANY time after October 6, 5pm online, or in person only during box office hours.

~ Season Tickets available ~ From October 6 – 22, The Stage Company will be selling season tickets. Here’s the deal. Purchase tickets for four of our shows for $60/person, and receive tickets for the 5th show free. Note: SEASON Tickets will NOT be available online; they will be available at the box office at the Varsity Center only, from Friday, October 6 at 5 pm, through Sunday, October 22 at 2 pm.

To purchase tickets online, visit the website again, starting October 6 at 5 pm. Tickets for all shows of the Season go on sale simultaneously at the Varsity Center and online at Brown Paper Tickets.
Online and in-person sales begin Friday, October 6 at 5 pm.

Our first production of the 2017-18 Season is No Bones About It, which opens Friday, October 13 and closes Sunday, October 22.

To purchase tickets, return to this page at 5 pm on October 6, or visit the Varsity Center box office on Friday, October 6 at 5 pm.

The Red Shoes based on the fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen, adapted by Robin Short, directed by Catherine Field.

June, 2017

Miller and the Jabberwock a play by David Rush, an emeritus proofessor of the SIUC Department of Theater, directed by Elyse Pineau. A senior university professor fights for his academic career and the value of his life.

February, 2017

The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde’s most enduringly popular play, is written and spoken with a charm and wit that has few theatrical peers. Class, position, and identity are all taken to task in this razor sharp comedy of manners.

April 2017