2012-13 Season Subscriptions On Sale

We’re thrilled to announce that season tickets for our 2012-2013 mainstage theatre season are now on sale! This will be the inaugural run in our brand-new, state-of-the-art Newhart Family Theatre in the historic Mundelein Center for the Fine and Performing Arts.

Subscribe today by calling the Box Office so you can pick your seats in our new theatre and stake your claim in the future of Loyola’s arts program! You’ll save more than 15% on single ticket prices and receive special opportunities for advance sale of our second stage productions. As a subscriber, you’ll also receive unlimited free ticket exchanges if you can’t attend a particular date. We’ll even give you some restaurant recommendations for local eats to try before or after the performances!

As a part of the grand opening of the Newhart Family Theatre, we are also offering the option to purchase one of the new seats. This is not only a great opportunity to support the ever-expanding arts program at Loyola, but also to set a lasting memory for yourself or a loved one in our theatre. Please contact the Box Office for more information on purchasing seats!

Here are our mainstage productions to look forward to this season:

Illuminating Voices: A Collection of Short Plays by Loyolans | NOV 1-11 | By Loyola alumni and faculty | Directed by Sarah Gabel

This year, we’ll usher in a new era of theatre at Loyola with original stories from our own community. Notable playwrights from the university family present short plays set on the familiar grounds of our distinctive and constantly evolving campus.

Tartuffe | FEB 21-MAR 3 | By Moliere | Directed by Jonathan Wilson

In one of his most famous and incisive plays, Molière uses biting wit to juxtapose good and bad, wisdom and folly. In 17th-century Paris, a guest at a wealthy estate swindles his way into his host’s inheritance but deception lurks everywhere in the world of this subversive comedy.

Urinetown | APR 11-21 | Book by Greg Kotis, Music by Mark Hollman, Directed by Mark E. Lococo

Hearts are broken and lines are soiled when a sleazy government alliance with a water regulation company raises fees on private bathrooms, inciting a rebellion that sweeps up Hope — daughter of the company’s CEO — in an attempt to flush out corruption.

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