Special Events Advisory

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    • 4:00 pm
      4/17/2021
    • Krannert Center Amphitheatre

    Set in New York City, Ordinary Days explores the day-to-day lives of four characters—two men and two women—to uncover the fascinating ways they intersect. Their personal stories of pursuing ambitious goals in work and education, along with forging meaningful friendships, are revealed in the show’s 21 relevant, witty songs.

  • Saori Kataoka (left) and Andrew J. Buckley (right)
    • 3:00 pm
      4/18/2021

    Each spring for nearly 40 years, Krannert Center and the School of Music have together chosen an outstanding student through audition who is then presented in recital at Krannert Center with a full professional contract.

    • 4:00 pm
      4/18/2021
    • Krannert Center Amphitheatre

    Set in New York City, Ordinary Days explores the day-to-day lives of four characters—two men and two women—to uncover the fascinating ways they intersect. Their personal stories of pursuing ambitious goals in work and education, along with forging meaningful friendships, are revealed in the show’s 21 relevant, witty songs.

    • All Day
      4/23/2021

    Illinois Theatre’s Great Scenes from American Kitchen Sink Theatre is a live streamed production that presents scenes from four kitchen sink theatre plays, all set in America between the early 20th century to present with a diversity of playwrights, characters, actors, ethnicities, and genders.

    • 7:30 pm
      4/24/2021

    Few contemporary plays have been as widely performed and well-loved as Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters.

    • All Day
      4/24/2021

    Illinois Theatre’s Great Scenes from American Kitchen Sink Theatre is a live streamed production that presents scenes from four kitchen sink theatre plays, all set in America between the early 20th century to present with a diversity of playwrights, characters, actors, ethnicities, and genders.

    • 3:00 pm
      4/25/2021

    Few contemporary plays have been as widely performed and well-loved as Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters.

    • All Day
      4/25/2021

    Illinois Theatre’s Great Scenes from American Kitchen Sink Theatre is a live streamed production that presents scenes from four kitchen sink theatre plays, all set in America between the early 20th century to present with a diversity of playwrights, characters, actors, ethnicities, and genders.

    • 7:30 pm
      4/29/2021

    The Theatre Studies New Work Festival provides an opportunity for three teams of Illinois Theatre students serving as playwright, director, and dramaturg to collaborate in the development and production of a substantial piece of theatre.

    • 7:30 pm
      4/30/2021

    The Theatre Studies New Work Festival provides an opportunity for three teams of Illinois Theatre students serving as playwright, director, and dramaturg to collaborate in the development and production of a substantial piece of theatre.

    • 7:30 pm
      5/1/2021

    The Theatre Studies New Work Festival provides an opportunity for three teams of Illinois Theatre students serving as playwright, director, and dramaturg to collaborate in the development and production of a substantial piece of theatre.

    • 4:00 pm
      5/4/2021
    • Krannert Center Amphitheatre

    Combining elements of comedy and empathy, The Last American Hammer tells the story of a failed rural community in Ohio’s rust belt. Its bluegrass-infused score features strings, mandolin, and banjo.

    • 4:00 pm
      5/5/2021
    • Krannert Center Amphitheatre

    Combining elements of comedy and empathy, The Last American Hammer tells the story of a failed rural community in Ohio’s rust belt. Its bluegrass-infused score features strings, mandolin, and banjo.

    • 9:30 am
      5/7/2021

    If you or a loved one is living with Parkinson’s, join us to explore gentle movement in a safe and welcoming virtual environment.

    • All Day
      6/1/2021 - 6/15/2021

    Based on Henry James’ novel of the same name, The Turn of the Screw is a classic ghost story that touches on contemporary issues, including the loss of innocence amidst situations of anarchy. When premiered in 1954, the work’s disturbing nature was a novelty in the opera world, and it continues to be one of the most popular and frequently performed operas in English.