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2017-2018 Special Events

Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook 

October 21st  @ 2:00 pm

When Junie B. Jones, with her two bestest friends in the world, loses her new furry mittens to some "stealers," she has to investigate. But Junie B. might have something she forgot to return, too.


Join us for a special encore performance of our first Heidelberg University School of Music and Theatre: Theatre for Young Audience Tour.  This production will tour to 13 elementary schools during the fall semester.  This is your one chance to see this hilarious play perfect for the whole family! (Rated G)


$5 General Admission

Free for Heidelberg  Students.

The Santaland Diaries  

December 6th @ 7:30 pm 

Think you're stressed out during the holidays? Try being one of Santa's helpers.

Turns out being surrounded by children, tinsel and merriment isn't all it's cracked up to be. Humorist David Sedaris wrote about the downside of holiday joy in a collection of fanciful stories based on his experiences called the Santaland Diaries. Performed as a hilarious one-man show, by Visiting Guest Artist David Cotter, this play tells the story of a somewhat-flawed Macy's department store elf named Crumpet as he tries to survive the Christmas season. (Rated PG-13)


$10 General Admission, $5 Subscribers, free for Heidelberg  Students.

Belle of Amhurst 

February 16th @ 7:30 pm in Gundlach Theatre

The one woman show, made famous by legendary actress Julie Harris, tells the life story of famous poet Emily Dickinson. The audience is invited into the world of Emily Dickinson, with all of its secrets, eccentricities and passions. In her own words, Emily says “Every town must have its local character – and that’s what I am!”


Met with surprises at every turn, she puts pen to paper and overcomes daunting challenges. At times, she is compelled to “stop the world” as creativity starts – and her poems come to life in the unique voice that defied the conventions of her time.  It’s a deliriously private world – and Emily Dickinson is our host!

$10 General Admission, $5 Subscribers, free for HU Students.

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