Join us on Tuesday, October 12 at The Mill for a celebration of International Ada Lovelace Day! Help us honor women in STEAM at our luncheon and discussion panel. Free and open to the public – RSVP here!
Play Dates, Cardinal’s script-reading book club, is returning this fall! Each month we’ll read a different play or musical and then meet to discuss the piece. See the fall schedule and sign up here!
The Herald Times | Emily Cox | September 7, 2021 Cardinal Stage is continuing to help educators see how theatrical elements can be incorporated into classrooms through free virtual workshops. “Ultimately, we want to be of service to teachers,” said Jim...
‘“I lived in Bloomington longer than I lived anywhere else in my life,” [Diane] Kondrat said. “This is me getting to say, ‘Hello and I love you’ to a bunch of people that have seen me perform and pretend to be a lot of different people over the years.”’ – read the full story here!
Learn more about our new Play What You Will ticket pricing and why it is so important to the Bloomington community. Choose your own ticket price on single tickets all season long!
In honor of our production of “Every Brilliant Thing,” we’ve compiled a list of community resources for those dealing with mental health problems, grief, addiction, or abuse. Learn more about the services our community has to offer here.
Don’t miss this exclusive HT interview with Diane Kondrat, star of “Every Brilliant Thing!” Diane talks about her experience, her love of this show, and what it’s like to star in a one-woman play.
Our Spring AND Fall Walkabout Radio Play series are available now through the end of August! Get access to “Sherlock in Btown” or “The Women in the Woods” here.
Check out this Indiana Daily Student article on our upcoming season! Which show are you the most excited for?