Frequently Asked Questions: (Updated 08/03/2021)

  1. Tickets will go on sale starting Monday, August 30th.
  2. Are there Season Passes this year?
    • Not yet. Because of the unknown state we are still operating in, we thought it best to wait for one more year to issue season passes.
  3. Are there assigned seats for productions?
    • Yes. We have moved back to assigned seating, but we have opened all seats, including the balcony, for reserving. If you get to the venue and you are unhappy with your seats or uncomfortable with your neighbors, we will do all we can to move you to a new spot in the auditorium.
  4. Do I still need a ticket?
    • Yes.
  5. Are face masks required?
    • Yes. Regardless of vaccine status, all guest in Marian Auditorium will be required to wear a mask at this time. 
  6. Are you taking our temperature?
    • No

**Productions could change due to rights/royalties availability and/or University policies. 

**Healthy and Safety measures could change, so please watch this page for the latest information.

The Marvelous Wonderettes

Written & Created by Roger Bean
Musical Arrangements by Brian William Barker - Orchestrations by Micheal Borth
Vocal Arrangements by Roger Bean & Brian William Barker
Directed by Andy Henrickson

November 11 - 13 @ 7:30 p.m. November 14 @ 2:00 p.m.

It’s the 1958 Springfield High School prom, and four teenage girls who are the school’s ‘trophy-winning’ song leaders step in to provide the entertainment. As a bonus, they return for a ten-year reunion in Act Two. Featuring more than thirty classic 50’s and 60’s hits, you’re sure to be smiling through this spirited musical trip down memory lane! [Joyful Jukebox Musical - PG]

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By John J. Wooten
Directed by James Hovland, Jr.

February 3 - 5 @ 7:30 p.m. February 6 @ 2:00 p.m.

Sports or acting? David Stone made his choice (against his father’s wishes) and comes home for Easter break to spend time with his sister, Laura, and brother, Bobby, and Mom has been trying hard to keep her family from sinking since Bobby’s accident that sidelined his football dreams. Told through flashbacks and in the present, the play asks whether David and Mr. Stone's relationship will tear this family apart completely. [Drama - PG-13]

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Hedda Gabler

By Henrik Ibsen

A New Version by Patrick Marber
From a literal translation by Karin and Ann Bamborough
Directed by Andy Henrickson

March 31 - April 2 @ 7:30 p.m. April 3 @ 2:00 p.m.

Just married. Bored already. Hedda longs to be free. Struggling with a life devoid of excitement, Hedda strives to find a way to fulfill her desires by manipulating those around her. Marber’s retelling of Ibsen’s 1890 classic morality play is slick and streamlined, and debuted at the National Theatre in 2016. (Drama - PG-13)

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A Midsummers Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare
Directed by Danielle Drakes

April 7 @ 7:30 p.m.

Fairies, thespians, and runaway lovers all find themselves wandering the forest at night. With the fairy king and queen scheming, the lovers escaping, and the ragtag troupe of actors hastily rehearsing a show for the duke’s wedding tomorrow, what more could go wrong? Get lost in the forest with the National Players in the most epic romantic entanglement of all time. A magical comedy that’s fun for children and adults alike.

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A Raisin In The Sun

by Lorraine Hansberry
Directed by Christopher Michael Richardson

April 8 @ 7:30 p.m.

The members of the Younger family dream bigger than the small house where they live on the south side of Chicago in the 1950s. When their deceased father’s insurance money comes through, those dreams might actually become reality. What will finally allow the Youngers to move up in the world, and who will have their dreams deferred? National Players is honored to portray this award-winning drama with a universal story about an African American family dealing with prejudice, history, and a world where everything changes.

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Stations of the Cross

A Mount Marty Original
Directed by Andy Henrickson

April 12 & 13 @ 7:00 p.m.

The 10th Annual Holy Week presentation of the Stations of the Cross.

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Play Ticket Pricing:

Adult: $8
Student: $4
MMU ID, please contact the box office.

Musical Ticket Pricing:
Adult: $10
Student: $8
MMU ID, please contact the box office.

Non-Theatre Events:
Price Varies, please see specific event.

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