JOE TURNER'S COME AND GONE | FEB. 11-20
Set in 1911 Pittsburgh, boardinghouse owners Seth and Bertha Holly host a makeshift family of people during the Great Migration of the 1910’s when descendants of former slaves moved in large numbers from the South, seeking jobs and new lives.
2nd play in the August Wilson Century Cycle
ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC | MARCH 11-27
Set in the Sweedish countryside at the turn of the century, A Little Night Music brings together surprising liaisons and long-simmering passions. This witty and wildly romantic story centers on the elegant actress Disiree Armfeldt and the spider’s web of sensuality, intrigue, and desire that surrounds her.
WARNER STUDIO THEATRE
Based on the real newsboy strike of 1899 and Disney’s 1992 film, Jack Kelly dreams of a better life far from the hardship of the streets. When his bosses raise distribution prices, Jack fights for and rallies his army of newsies to strike.
NOISES OFF | APRIL 22-MAY 1
Called “the funniest farce ever written,” Noises Off presents a manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing’s On. Doors slamming, on and off stage intrigue, and an errant herring enhance the plot of this classic comic play.
SBCT’S WILSON AUDITORIUM
THE LONESOME WEST | MAY 13-22
In this dark Irish comedy, two brothers in rural Ireland squabble over their father’s inheritance. A local parish priest and a young girl, along with their bootleg whiskey supplier, attempt to keep the brothers from quarreling.
THE OUTSIDER | JUNE 10-19
Ned might be the worst candidate to ever run for office. But his consultant thinks otherwise. What if the public is actually looking for the worst candidate ever? The Outsider is a timely and hilarious comedy that skews politics and celebrates democracy.
SBCT’S WILSON AUDITORIUM
SOMETHING ROTTEN | JULY 15-31
Set in 1595, the two brothers in this hilarious smash strive to write a hit play but are stuck in the shadow of a Renaissance rock star known as “The Bard.” When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing, and acting at the same time, the brothers set out to write the world’s first musical.
SENSE AND SENSIBILITY / MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING | AUGUST 12-28
This year’s Classics in the Park pairing features Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility about the Dashwood sisters and Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. BUY ONE GET ONE FREE
SILENT SKY | SEPTEMBER 9-18
The true story of 19th-century astronomer Henrietta Leavitt who struggled to be recognized for her discoveries because she was a woman.
ADD ON: WEST SIDE STORY | OCTOBER 8-9
Featuring the South Bend Symphony Orchestra. A forbidden love emerges as tensions rise between rival gangs. Experience Romeo and Juliet reimagined in New York City in the 1950’s.
MORRIS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Tickets will be sold through the Morris Performing Arts Center’s Box Office. FLEXPASS holders will be given a code to purchase tickets with a 20% discount off of ticket price.
THE OUTSIDERS | OCTOBER 21-30
Ponyboy and Johnny are a part of a lower-class gang called the Greasers. As tensions rise between them and a rival gang, a tragic death forces them to deal with the consequences.
WARNER STUDIO THEATRE
THE FULL MONTY | NOVEMBER 4-13
A group of unemployed steel-working men frustrated with life, women, and work, decide that regardless of looks or ability, they are going to be the best Chippendale strippers ever seen. A surprisingly heartwarming and poignant comic musical.
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER
Rudolph’s red nose brings unwanted attention and ridicule, so he sets off on a journey to find a place to fit in. But he discovers that home is where he actually belongs and that his shiny nose is a gift in itself.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the vaccination policy?
All patrons are required to wear a mask. This includes patrons under 12. Patrons 12 and over must provide proof of vaccination at all indoor CIVIC productions.* Patrons 12 and under will be required to mask.
*Vaccination exemptions will be considered for health concerns and/or religious convictions. If this is the case, unvaccinated patrons will be required to present a printed proof of a negative COVID test result. This test must have been performed in the 72 hours prior to the respective performance. Exempted patrons will still receive temperature checks and be required to mask at all times.
Plays in the Parks?
SBCT is partnering with local parks and providing outside productions. This year, Sense and Sensibility along with Much Ado About Nothing are being performed at Leeper Park. These plays are being offered as a BOGO.
Is there Package Seating?
Season ticket holders will be assigned the best available seating at the time of purchase. If you are a previous FLEXPASS ticket holder with questions about your seating, contact Michelle Reynolds (Director of Smiles and Happiness) at the CIVIC Box Office by calling 574.234.1112.
How do I get invited to the VIP Opening Night Celebrations?
Join the CIVIC for special pre-show parties at the following productions: Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Feb.11), Something Rotten (July 15), and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Dec.2). Select these dates for your tickets to automatically RSVP for the celebration.
If I buy a FLEXPASS how do I select my shows?
When you purchase tickets, you will create a ticketholder account. Your account will show your six (6)/twelve (12) tickets are available. You will select the shows you wish to use them for. Remember you can use these tickets any way you wish, including for all one performance or a mixture of performances.
What if I can't remember my Ticketholder account information?
Call Michelle Reynolds (Director of Smiles and Happiness) at our box office and she will assist you 574.234.1112
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