Presented by: Cardinal Stage Company
Where: Waldron Whikehart Auditorium
General Admission: $USD 10.00
No showtimes available.
Cardinal Stage presents an evening of dramatic adaptations of Kurt Vonnegut’s short stories from Welcome to the Monkey House in partnership with the 2019 Granfalloon Festival presented by the IU Arts & Humanities Council. Staged readings will include “Epicac” (adapted by Vonnegut) and “Report on the Barnhouse Effect” (adapted by Claris A. Ross for NBC radio), which speak to Vonnegut’s wariness of the military industrial complex and the unintended consequences of technological advancement.
Granfalloon Festival Music Passes can not be used to redeem tickets to this special add-on event. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door for each performance, by cash or credit card. Attendees are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance as capacity crowds are expected.
Doors open 30 minutes prior to showtime and this event is expected to last 90 minutes. Any tickets not picked up in advance at the BCT Box Office will be available at the door.
122 South Walnut Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47404
The Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center houses a unique blend of artists, performers, and educators. At the Ivy Tech Waldron, visitors can see a play, catch a concert, and enjoy multiple art galleries. The Whikehart Auditorium can accommodate up to 200 people and is ideally suited for large events such as theater productions, concerts, and dance performances. The auditorium is fully accessible through the venue’s Fourth Street entrance, with an elevator to provide access to the upper floors of the building. Parking is available on the street around downtown.
900 South Walnut Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47401
Cardinal Stage Company was established in 2006 with the goal to develop a professional regional theatre company. Cardinal programs a range of material to compliment the diverse interests of Bloomington and the surrounding region. The consistent factor is that Cardinal shows are critically praised and popular with audiences throughout South-Central Indiana.