Ithaca College Theatre Box Office
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The Ithaca College Theatre Box Office is open during our normal business hours: Monday-Thursday, 12-5pm and Friday 12-4pm. Ticket prices range from $10-$20. Discounts may be available (student, youth, senior citizen, etc.); be sure to ask when purchasing tickets. Online tickets are now available at tickets.ithaca.edu.
By Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Directed by Cynthia Henderson
Branden Jacob-Jenkin´s Pulitzer Prize finalist, play, turns Everyman on its ear. His radical retelling creates a button-pushing, meta-theatrical experience for the audience. Delving into the discovery of body image, race, friendship and social responsibilities this play has its audience at the edge of their seats.
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Glenn Slater
Book by Cheri Steinkellner and Bill Steinkellner
Based on the Touchstone Pictures Motion Picture “Sister Act” written by Joseph Howard
Directed by Courtney Young
Musical Direction by Christopher Zemliauskas
Choreographed by Aimee Rials
OCTOBER 29th-NOVEMEBER 9th
Show girl Deloris Van Cartier witnesses a murder and is put into protective custody at a convent. Disguised as a nun, she struggles to change her lifestyle and abide by their strict rules with hilarious results. Finding her place in the convent´s choir, her dance and singing talent inspires her fellow sisters to find their voice. Based on the 1992 Motion Picture Sister Act emphasizes the power of friendship and “sisterhood.”
By Henrik Ibsen -- Patrick Marber, translation
Directed by Austin Jones
Earl McCarroll Studio Theatre
This modern translation of Henrik Ibsen´s masterpiece revolves around Hedda, newly wed to Tesman, who leads with her manipulative, cruel and jealous nature. Defying stereotypes, she is a powerful heroine of her time. While she strives to fulfill her own desires, she deprives the people around her of happiness.
ANTIGONE PROJECT: A PLAY IN FIVE PARTS
By Tanya Barfield, Karen Hartman, Lynn Nottage, Chiori Miyagawa,
and Caridad Savich
Directed by Susannah Berryman
A beach, a caverned rock, a general's office, a vacant road, the underworld. Take Antigone, protagonist of Sophocles' famous tragedy, and place her into each of these settings. Five storytellers and one woman trying to bury her brother in peace. These five female playwrights explore what happens when a woman challenges the male authority and the unjust rules of society.
Performed in English
By Henry Purcell
Directed by Norm Johnson
Conducted by Christopher Zemliauskas
Dido, fierce Queen of Carthage, falls in love with a Trojan Price, Æneas. While their love may be mutual, the fate of their romance is out of their control when a Sorceress plots the destruction of Carthage. Forced apart by trickery, evil and sorcery, the lovers are faced with a brewing storm and potential disaster. Based on Book IV of Virgil’s Aeneid, Dido and Aeneas is Henry Purcell’s one true opera and his only all-sung dramatic work.
Book by Roger Hirson
Lyrics and Music by Stephen Schwartz
Directed by Gavin Mayer
Musical Direction by Jeff Theiss
Choreographed by Daniel Gwirtzman
MARCH 24th-APRIL 4th
From the composer of Wicked and Godspell, Pippin relies on magic and movement to tell its tale. In search of happiness and fulfillment this vibrant musical morality play will take you through glories on the battlefield, temptations of the flesh, and intrigues of political power. Pippin learns that things are not always as they may seem, and happiness can be found in the most unexpected places.
By Ike Holter
Directed by Marc Gomes
Earl McCarroll Studio Theatre
APRIL 10th-APRIL 18th
Ever wanted to disappear? Go off the grid, without a trace? No technology, no human contact. What would happen when you reappear? When Lynx returns to civilization, he can’t pick up where he left off. Those he left behind have mourned and moved on, and he must repair the relationships he abandoned in his absence.
By David Adjmi
Directed by Dean Robinson
APRIL 21st -APRIL 26th
Go inside Versailles to meet the original desperate housewife. While the queen is busy attending to her three-foot tall wigs, murmurs of revolution are in the air. Everyone knows how this one is going to end.