UNI Announces Stellar Theater Season for 2023-2024
Do you want to check out some fantastic theatrical productions, and also support your local community? Then we've got some great news for you!
UNI has some fantastic shows coming up over the next twelve months!
The University of Northern Iowa's theater department aptly titled TheatreUNI announced the shows that will be put on this upcoming season. And it's going to be a diverse and interesting one!
This 2023-2024 season is called Wrights and Wrongs!
The season has a plethora of different types of productions. From musicals to masterful retellings of well-known tails to even a show for the entire family, there will be something for everybody this next year!
The Play That Goes Wrong
This show has been a smash hit everywhere it goes! From, "...Broadway, London and on multiple international tours, is one of the funniest and best-known comedies of the past decade."
September 29th – October 8th
Dracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy, Really
October 26th – November 5th
This is a production that I'm DYING to see! It is a reimagining of one of the most well-known monster tails that switches things up as, " ...heroines of this play plunge a wooden stake into the heart of the patriarchy itself."
Heathers: The Musical
February 23rd– March 3rd
Another smash hit that will have you singing along! It is based off of the cult classic movie that stars Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.
Suzette Who Set To Sea
April 20th & 21st
This is a show that the whole family will be able to check out! According to the UNI website, this is perfect for children in kindergarten all the way up to fifth grade and their families.
Tickets for all of these shows are currently on sale! For more information or if you would like to purchase tickets to any of these productions, make sure to go to the UNItickets website here.
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