IU Auditorium

  • 1211 E. 7th Street
  • Bloomington, IN 47405
  • (812) 855-1103
Built as a Federal Works Agency Project under the Roosevelt Presidency and opened on March 22, 1941, the Indiana University Auditorium - located in the heart of Indiana University's Bloomington campus - has been host for the last sixty years to the world's top performers, from the Metropolitan Opera and Les Miserables to Bill Cosby and Mikhael Gorbachev.  The Auditorium is also home to Thomas Hart Benton's "Century of Progress" murals, painted for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, the priceless Dailey Family Memorial Collection of Hoosier Art and two Robert Laurent sculptures. Closed for a $13 million renovation and restoration in 1997, the Auditorium reopened in 1999 and continues to present an exciting season of Broadway show, concerts and student events.

Finding Neverland, Post-Show Q&A

Join the cast of Broadway's magical hit, Finding Neverland, for a post-show q&a with cast members on Tuesday, April 23rd from 10-10:30pm at the IU Auditorium. This event is family friendly and free to all ticketholders. Learn more

Pre-Show Talk with Joseph D'Ambrosi

  • April 24, 2019
  • (812) 856-2969

Join Joseph R. D'Ambrosi, Ph.D. student in Theatre History, Theory, and Literature at IU, for a pre-show discussion on April 24th from 6:30-7:15 p.m. in The School of Fine Arts Room 102. In this talk, “I Won’t Grow Up: The Lasting Legacy of Peter Pan,” Joe will outline the history and impact of... Learn more