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Keeping Theatre Ticket Prices Low Despite High Production Costs by Julie Warren

A Cardinal Stage survey shows that producing live theatre can cost ten times more than most people think. Art provides an incalculable benefit to those who experience it, so Cardinal Stage is committed to producing quality professional theatre while keeping ticket prices low. Click here to read how they do it.

Grant from American Theatre Wing Starts ‘a New Chapter of Excellence’ for Cardinal Stage by Julie Warren

Cardinal Stage is the first theatre company in Indiana to receive the prestigious National Theatre Company Grant from the American Theatre Wing (the organization that administers the Obie and Tony Awards). “This grant recognizes Cardinal in the national theatre arena and shows our viability and sustainability as a significant company,” says Cardinal’s board president, Caroline Dowd-Higgins. Click here to read about what the award means for Cardinal and local theatre.

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New Season, New Look, New Leadership, Still the Same Quality Cardinal by Julie Warren

Cardinal Stage Company announces a 2018-2019 season that will bring a rich mix of classic and contemporary productions to town, as well as a new look! This is the first full season of shows selected by Artistic Director Kate Galvin, who joined the Cardinal staff last fall. Click here to read about Galvin’s vision for the upcoming year.

Cardinal Stage Company Changes Summer Musical to ‘Fun Home’ by Tessa Yannone

Although it’s rare for a local theatre company to change its lineup in midseason, Cardinal Stage Company will change its June show to Fun Home, a critically acclaimed adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir tragicomedy. “This show is very much in line with the high-quality, thought-provoking work we’ve produced in the past,” says Artistic Director Kate Galvin, “and I’m excited to bring it to life in a new way for our audience.” Click here to learn more about Cardinal Stage’s decision to produce Fun Home.

Nest Generation Initiative: Cardinal Stage Company Offers Generous Ticket Subscription Program to Spread the Love of Live Theater by Benjamin Beane

Many people understand the enormous impact live theater can have on a person’s life. Cardinal Stage Company is now making it easy to give someone under 35 a full-season subscription to its Mainstage productions. And it’s just $35. That’s 5 shows in the 2017-2018 season for $35. It’s called the Nest Generation Initiative, and its true value lies with giving young adults an unforgettable experience — the chance to support and enjoy live theater. Click here to read more about the Nest Generation.

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Sex, Monsters, and Pixie Dust Highlight Cardinal Stage Company’s 2017-2018 Season; Also Introducing the Nest Generation Initiative!

Cardinal Stage Company’s 2017-2018 season lineup offers a slate of both classic and contemporary works — some for the whole family and some just for the grown-ups. In addition to featuring performances that are provocative, relevant, and spectacular (there will be flying!), the upcoming season launches Cardinal’s new Nest Generation Initiative to introduce more young adults to the world of professional theatre! Click here to see what's coming to Cardinal Stage this year!

Expect Big Things from Cardinal Stage Company’s New Managing Director by Benjamin Beane

In preparing for his imminent departure to Chicago, Randy White, the Artistic Director of Cardinal Stage Company, has found an experienced and ambitious leader to shoulder the administrative responsibilities of the theatre. Gabe Gloden, the new Managing Director for Cardinal Stage Company, has big shoes to fill, but he also has big ideas and is ready to make Cardinal stronger in this “critical time.” Click here to learn more about Gabe Gloden!