Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

Lilly Hall Studio Theatre 4602 Sunset Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

Lilly Hall Studio Theatre is home to the renowned Butler Theatre who produce a wide range of classics, world premieres, and devised works each year. Situated next door to Clowes Memorial Hall, Lilly Hall Studio Theatre (Lilly Hall 168) is a flexible space, which can seat more than 100 audience members in various arrangements. Lilly Hall Studio Theatre hosts 3-4 productions each year.


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Dec

08

Sun

Sun, Dec 08, 2019 1:00 PM – Sun, Dec 08, 2019 3:00 PM @ Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

by Henrick Ibsen, a new Adaptation by Brad Birch, Directed by Courtney Elkin Mohler

The original climate change play! An Enemy of the People follows the downfall of scientist Dr. Thomas Stockmann, who discovers toxins in the town’s would-be tourist destination, The Springs. As he attempts to alert the public, he is met with opposition at all sides: from the investors, his brother who happens to be the town’s mayor, the press, and his own family. Ibsen’s 1882 work speaks volumes to our present moment in which economic opportunity is regularly at odds with environmental concerns. This production is set in 2019, and asks its audience to consider the place of TRUTH in public life, and the complexities of the public health versus the economic stability of a community.

Tags: Henrick Ibsen, The original climate change play

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Dec

07

Sat

Sat, Dec 07, 2019 1:00 PM – Sat, Dec 07, 2019 3:00 PM @ Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

by Henrick Ibsen, a new Adaptation by Brad Birch, Directed by Courtney Elkin Mohler

The original climate change play! An Enemy of the People follows the downfall of scientist Dr. Thomas Stockmann, who discovers toxins in the town’s would-be tourist destination, The Springs. As he attempts to alert the public, he is met with opposition at all sides: from the investors, his brother who happens to be the town’s mayor, the press, and his own family. Ibsen’s 1882 work speaks volumes to our present moment in which economic opportunity is regularly at odds with environmental concerns. This production is set in 2019, and asks its audience to consider the place of TRUTH in public life, and the complexities of the public health versus the economic stability of a community.

Tags: Henrick Ibsen, The original climate change play

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Dec

07

Sat

Sat, Dec 07, 2019 7:00 PM – Sat, Dec 07, 2019 9:00 PM @ Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

by Henrick Ibsen, a new Adaptation by Brad Birch, Directed by Courtney Elkin Mohler

The original climate change play! An Enemy of the People follows the downfall of scientist Dr. Thomas Stockmann, who discovers toxins in the town’s would-be tourist destination, The Springs. As he attempts to alert the public, he is met with opposition at all sides: from the investors, his brother who happens to be the town’s mayor, the press, and his own family. Ibsen’s 1882 work speaks volumes to our present moment in which economic opportunity is regularly at odds with environmental concerns. This production is set in 2019, and asks its audience to consider the place of TRUTH in public life, and the complexities of the public health versus the economic stability of a community.

Tags: Henrick Ibsen, The original climate change play

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Dec

06

Fri

Fri, Dec 06, 2019 7:00 PM – Fri, Dec 06, 2019 9:00 PM @ Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

by Henrick Ibsen, a new Adaptation by Brad Birch, Directed by Courtney Elkin Mohler

The original climate change play! An Enemy of the People follows the downfall of scientist Dr. Thomas Stockmann, who discovers toxins in the town’s would-be tourist destination, The Springs. As he attempts to alert the public, he is met with opposition at all sides: from the investors, his brother who happens to be the town’s mayor, the press, and his own family. Ibsen’s 1882 work speaks volumes to our present moment in which economic opportunity is regularly at odds with environmental concerns. This production is set in 2019, and asks its audience to consider the place of TRUTH in public life, and the complexities of the public health versus the economic stability of a community.

Tags: Henrick Ibsen, The original climate change play

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Dec

05

Thu

Thu, Dec 05, 2019 7:00 PM – Thu, Dec 05, 2019 9:00 PM @ Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

by Henrick Ibsen, a new Adaptation by Brad Birch, Directed by Courtney Elkin Mohler

The original climate change play! An Enemy of the People follows the downfall of scientist Dr. Thomas Stockmann, who discovers toxins in the town’s would-be tourist destination, The Springs. As he attempts to alert the public, he is met with opposition at all sides: from the investors, his brother who happens to be the town’s mayor, the press, and his own family. Ibsen’s 1882 work speaks volumes to our present moment in which economic opportunity is regularly at odds with environmental concerns. This production is set in 2019, and asks its audience to consider the place of TRUTH in public life, and the complexities of the public health versus the economic stability of a community.

Tags: Henrick Ibsen, The original climate change play

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Dec

04

Wed

Wed, Dec 04, 2019 7:00 PM – Wed, Dec 04, 2019 9:00 PM @ Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

by Henrick Ibsen, a new Adaptation by Brad Birch, Directed by Courtney Elkin Mohler

The original climate change play! An Enemy of the People follows the downfall of scientist Dr. Thomas Stockmann, who discovers toxins in the town’s would-be tourist destination, The Springs. As he attempts to alert the public, he is met with opposition at all sides: from the investors, his brother who happens to be the town’s mayor, the press, and his own family. Ibsen’s 1882 work speaks volumes to our present moment in which economic opportunity is regularly at odds with environmental concerns. This production is set in 2019, and asks its audience to consider the place of TRUTH in public life, and the complexities of the public health versus the economic stability of a community.

Tags: Henrick Ibsen, The original climate change play

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Nov

07

Thu

Thu, Nov 07, 2019 7:30 PM – Thu, Nov 07, 2019 10:30 PM @ Lilly Hall Studio Theatre

This event will take place in Lilly Hall 112 and is free and open to the public. No tickets are required.

A Post-Pumpkin Spice Concert!

Featuring music by guest composer Matthew Bridgeham, JCA alumni Daniel Mcintonsh Aaron Krerowicz, and Butler University composers Megan Upchurch, Ian Callen, Carly Erst, and Trevor Zavac, along with a classic JCA Composers favorite by Elliot Schwartz.

NO BEETHOVEN WILL BE PLAYED ON THIS CONCERT

Tags: Live Music, Classical, Butler University, JCA Composers

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