LOOKING over the president's shoulder
BY JAMES STILL
March 27 - May 6
THE STORY OF AN UNSUNG PATRIOT
Hoosier Alonzo Fields spent two decades as Chief Butler at the White House, serving Presidents Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman and Eisenhower. A hit in theatres across the country, this funny, poignant, uplifting memoir returns to the IRT by popular demand.
BY MICHAEL FRAYN
April 24 - May 20
UPROARIOUS BACKSTAGE COMEDY
Ever gone to a play and something went wrong? What happens when everything goes wrong? Rehearsal implosions, backstage shenanigans and onstage disasters have the cast on life support—and the audience in stitches!
THE Curious incident of the dog in the night-time
A PLAY BY SIMON STEPHENS, BASED ON THE NOVEL BY MARK HADDON
September 19 - October 14
The Tony Award–winning stage version of the best-selling novel. When a teenage math savant investigates a puzzling neighborhood occurrence, he begins an extraordinary journey that takes him places he has never been—and you have never imagined.
WRITTEN BY JOHN STRAND
October 17 - November 19
Supreme Court Justice and conservative icon Antonin Scalia hires a young, liberal, female law clerk, and opinions start flying right and left. Every point of view is explored in this thoughtful, witty, open-minded look at one of our most galvanizing national figures.
ELI LILLY AND COMPANY PRESENTS CHARLES DICKENS' A CHRiSTMAS CAROL
ADAPTED BY TOM HAAS
November 18 - December 24
Join Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim and three lively ghosts on a dark, snowy journey that leads to a bright new day of joy, hope and renewal. Banish your bah humbugs, and celebrate the holiday season with Indy’s favorite family tradition.
A raisin in the sun
BY LORRAINE HANSBERRY
January 10 - February 3
INSPIRING AMERICAN CLASSIC
After years in a crowded, run-down, inner-city apartment, the Younger family dreams of a better life in the green, sunny suburbs. But when opportunity comes along, will they agree on the best route to get there? And will the gates be open to them?
william shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
January 27 - March 3
Young Audience production
HEARTBREAKING LOVE STORY
A timeless and timely tale of young love struggling to survive amid old hatreds. Shakespeare’s most beloved play is as vibrant and lively as ever, speaking boldly across the centuries to the divided world we live in today.
The town mouse and the country mouse
ADAPTED BY VICKY IRELAND
February 24 - March 30
Exploring Stages production
William has a cozy, familiar home in a boot in the barn. But when his cousin Monty takes him to the big, dangerous city, William learns to wade through plush carpets, climb hot water pipes and outwit mischievous mice. Where will his expedition take him next?
BY JAMES STILL
March 7 - March 31
A trip to Venice brings love, loss, pain and joy to three weary travelers in search of healing and happiness. Hearts leap, time bends and the floating city works its wonders in this magical play filled with music and amore.