2024-2025 Season

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Welcome to the Season Event

Join us for a free, exclusive preview of the 2024-2025 Season! Hosted by Margot Lacy Eccles Artistic Director Benjamin Hanna and Managing Director Suzanne Sweeney, this one-night-only event will offer you a sneak peek of the season’s highlights, including a blend of songs, vignettes, readings, and behind-the-scenes creations for select productions. Complimentary beverages and light snacks will be served. We’re excited to open the doors wide and welcome everyone!

When: Wednesday, August 28 from 6 – 8 PM
Where: Indiana Repertory Theatre | OneAmerica Stage

music, memories, and mayhem

Scheduled from September 18, 2024 to May 11, 2025, the Theatre’s 52nd Season will bring a charming musical, soulful songs, full-blown farce, cherished classics, and more in the six-play lineup.

We will open with a sweet and quirky musical comedy, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, followed by the beloved annual holiday tradition, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The New Year will bring a new play by Rajiv Joseph—King Jamesa story which celebrates friendship and the love of basketball. Next, we will produce a revolutionary play with music, Nina Simone: Four Women, and the poignant classic The Glass Menagerie. For the finale, things will go from bad to calamitous in the raucous farce The Play That Goes Wrong.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Theatre!

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

music and lyrics by William Finn, book by Rachel Sheinkin, conceived by Rebecca Feldman

September 18 – October 13, 2024

OneAmerica Stage
the word is: musical

A motley crew of wonderfully unique and impassioned young spellers each yearn to be the next county champion. With clever songs, quirky characters, and uproarious humor, this captivating musical comedy is a silly celebration of the thrill of victory, the irony of defeat, and the gift of being true to yourself.

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

adapted by Tom Haas

November 16 – December 24, 2024

OneAmerica Stage
Indy’s holiday tradition

Banish your bah humbugs and celebrate the season at the Indiana Repertory Theatre! A Christmas Carol shines a light on the power of kindness and love in this uplifting tale of one man’s journey to redemption. As the weather turns cold, warm your heart with story and song at the IRT.

King James

by Rajiv Joseph

January 14 – February 9, 2025

Janet Allen Stage
brotherhood and basketball

During LeBron James’ rookie season in Cleveland, two young men—one Black, one white—meet and bond over their love for the Cavaliers. Over the next twelve years, their passion for basketball never wavers, even as their lives keep moving in different directions. A warm, surprising, touching comedy about friendship, loyalty, loss—and the game.

Nina Simone: Four Women

by Christina Ham

February 4 – March 2, 2025

OneAmerica Stage
a revolution in song

The High Priestess of Soul shook the world with her powerful music. In the depths of the Civil Rights struggle, Nina Simone used song as a means of expressing the nation’s anguish—and resilience. This deeply personal play with music imagines a conversation among Simone and three other Black women, showing how the iconic chanteuse forged her true calling—and gave voice to a movement.

The Glass Menagerie

by Tennessee Williams

March 11 – April 6, 2025

Janet Allen Stage
poignant classic

Faded Southern belle Amanda shares a cramped apartment with her two adult children, the painfully shy Laura and the restless poet, Tom. Perhaps a gentleman caller will bring the one thing they all desperately crave: hope. This colorful cast of outcasts and escapists invents beautiful language to survive their drab lives. Looking back at his own family with bittersweet tenderness, Tennessee Williams probes the depths of inescapable memory.

The Play That Goes Wrong

by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, & Henry Shields

April 9 – May 11, 2025

OneAmerica Stage
unstoppable Farce

The intrepid thespians of the Cornley Drama Society are more or less ready to raise the curtain on the grandest production the village has ever seen, The Murder at Haversham Manor—until things go from bad to calamitous. There’s an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that won’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines)—and that’s only the first act. It’s nothing you want in a show—and everything you want in a show!

Andrea San Miguel, Nate Santana, Rebecca Marie Hurd, and Terry Bell in the IRT's 2023 production of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. Photo by Zach Rosing.


Season Ticket Memberships

Join us for our 2024-2025 Season with a Season Ticket Membership, and receive the best pricing, priority seating, exclusive discounts, and other special benefits. Save your seat and experience all of the world-class theatre only the IRT can provide! Memberships start at $147.