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ASU Herberger Institute Box Office

The Herberger Institute Box Office tickets many performances at various venues on the Arizona State University campus in Tempe, Arizona. These include faculty and guest artist concerts, organ, guitar and string quartet concerts, as well as theatre, dance, musical and opera performances. Opening in Fall 2022, we will also support ticketing for events held at the new ASU Media and Immersive eXperience (MIX) Center in Mesa, Arizona. Ticket sales open three weeks prior to each event. For other ticket and event policies, visit our website: https://herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/box-office
Current Events
Enjoy an afternoon of clarinet works by Jonathan Russell, Jamie Leigh Sampson, and ASU Composition Faculty Alex Temple, Jody Rockmaker, and Garth Paine. Gardner will be joined by pianist Gail Novak, Égide Duo and Paradise Winds.

Sep

4

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
Featuring compositions for woodwind quintet and piano. Mill Ave Chamber Players play with ASU Piano Professor Cathal Breslin.

Sep

7

Wed

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Past Events
An immersive performance that tells stories about housing past, present, and future.

Aug

14

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
An immersive performance that tells stories about housing past, present, and future.

Aug

13

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
An immersive performance that tells stories about housing past, present, and future.

Aug

13

Sat

2:00pmBuy Tickets
An immersive performance that tells stories about housing past, present, and future.

Aug

12

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
An immersive performance that tells stories about housing past, present, and future.

Aug

11

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Join us as we celebrate our graduating students with two different evenings of original short films, including recognitions for outstanding creative and technical work.

May

7

Sat

6:00pmBuy Tickets
Join us as we celebrate our graduating students with two different evenings of original short films, including recognitions for outstanding creative and technical work.

May

6

Fri

6:00pmBuy Tickets
Inspired by a true story and featuring the Tony-nominated score by Steve Martin and Edie Bricknell, Broadway's Bright Star tells a tale of love and redemption in the 1920s and '40s American South.

Apr

24

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
SpringDanceFest showcases the creativity in the dance program, featuring student choreographers and performers in some of the most innovative work of the 2021-22 season.

Apr

24

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
Inspired by a true story and featuring the Tony-nominated score by Steve Martin and Edie Bricknell, Broadway's Bright Star tells a tale of love and redemption in the 1920s and '40s American South.

Apr

23

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
SpringDanceFest showcases the creativity in the dance program, featuring student choreographers and performers in some of the most innovative work of the 2021-22 season.

Apr

23

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Inspired by a true story and featuring the Tony-nominated score by Steve Martin and Edie Bricknell, Broadway's Bright Star tells a tale of love and redemption in the 1920s and '40s American South.

Apr

22

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
SpringDanceFest showcases the creativity in the dance program, featuring student choreographers and performers in some of the most innovative work of the 2021-22 season.

Apr

22

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Inspired by a true story and featuring the Tony-nominated score by Steve Martin and Edie Bricknell, Broadway's Bright Star tells a tale of love and redemption in the 1920s and '40s American South.

Apr

21

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The St. Lawrence String Quartet is now a FREE virtual, livestreamed event. Please join the School of Music, Dance and Theatre as we welcome the St. Lawrence String Quartet.
This poetic play presents the adult manifestation of a newborn baby girl adapting to her new life in the neonatal intensive care unit while her family struggles with her arrival. The theatre will be open to full capacity.

Apr

3

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
This poetic play presents the adult manifestation of a newborn baby girl adapting to her new life in the neonatal intensive care unit while her family struggles with her arrival. The theatre will be open to full capacity.

Apr

2

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This poetic play presents the adult manifestation of a newborn baby girl adapting to her new life in the neonatal intensive care unit while her family struggles with her arrival. The theatre will be open to full capacity.

Apr

1

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This poetic play presents the adult manifestation of a newborn baby girl adapting to her new life in the neonatal intensive care unit while her family struggles with her arrival. The theatre will be open to full capacity.

Mar

31

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This poetic play presents the adult manifestation of a newborn baby girl adapting to her new life in the neonatal intensive care unit while her family struggles with her arrival. The theatre will be open to full capacity.

Mar

27

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
This poetic play presents the adult manifestation of a newborn baby girl adapting to her new life in the neonatal intensive care unit while her family struggles with her arrival. The theatre will be open to full capacity.

Mar

26

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This poetic play presents the adult manifestation of a newborn baby girl adapting to her new life in the neonatal intensive care unit while her family struggles with her arrival. The theatre will be open to full capacity.

Mar

25

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Godspell, a Music Theatre & Opera student production, follows a group of people as they help Jesus Christ tell different parables using a variety of games, storytelling techniques, and a hefty dose of comic timing.

Mar

20

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
Godspell, a Music Theatre & Opera student production, follows a group of people as they help Jesus Christ tell different parables using a variety of games, storytelling techniques, and a hefty dose of comic timing.

Mar

19

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Godspell, a Music Theatre & Opera student production, follows a group of people as they help Jesus Christ tell different parables using a variety of games, storytelling techniques, and a hefty dose of comic timing.

Mar

19

Sat

2:00pmBuy Tickets
Godspell, a Music Theatre & Opera student production, follows a group of people as they help Jesus Christ tell different parables using a variety of games, storytelling techniques, and a hefty dose of comic timing.

Mar

18

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The 2022 graduating class in Music Theatre presents an evening of cabarets. Ticket proceeds help fund the annual Senior Showcase trip to New York City.

Mar

14

Mon

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The 2022 graduating class in Music Theatre presents an evening of cabarets. Ticket proceeds help fund the annual Senior Showcase trip to New York City.

Mar

1

Tue

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Cathal Breslin and Friends is a live, in-person event. ASU Piano Professor, Cathal Breslin, performs a variety concert with friends, including Dvorak's Piano Quintet and other works.

Mar

1

Tue

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The 2022 graduating class in Music Theatre presents an evening of cabarets. Ticket proceeds help fund the annual Senior Showcase trip to New York City.

Feb

28

Mon

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This concert is off-campus at Dayspring United Methodist Church in Tempe. Tickets must be purchased in advance through this site. All children and students receive free admission at the door.

Feb

28

Mon

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Comedy of Errors" features physical comedy, mistaken identities and the opportunity to see the world from another perspective.

Feb

27

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
This bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Comedy of Errors" features physical comedy, mistaken identities and the opportunity to see the world from another perspective.

Feb

26

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Comedy of Errors" features physical comedy, mistaken identities and the opportunity to see the world from another perspective.

Feb

25

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
ASU graduate dance students showcase a wide range of new works, highlighting dance forms such as hip hop, contemporary modern dance, Afro-Latin, contemporary ballet and mixed genres.

Feb

25

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Comedy of Errors" features physical comedy, mistaken identities and the opportunity to see the world from another perspective.

Feb

24

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
ASU graduate dance students showcase a wide range of new works, highlighting dance forms such as hip hop, contemporary modern dance, Afro-Latin, contemporary ballet and mixed genres.

Feb

24

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Meditations on the Anthropocene: Randall Harlow, Organ is an in-person event. Randall Harlow performs electro-acoustic organ music of our time, for our time.

Feb

20

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
ASU is pleased to present the Arizona premiere of two new operatic comedies. In “600 Square Feet,” see if love or stubbornness will triumph in this operatic romantic comedy about trust, boundaries, and real estate. “We’ve Got Our Eye On You” is a 60-minute opera loosely based on Ancient Greek myth, mixing broad feminist comedy with elegant, witty songwriting.

Feb

20

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. This bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Comedy of Errors" by Lydia Garcia and Bill Rauch features physical comedy, mistaken identities and the opportunity to see the world from another perspective. The play will be guest directed by Ricky Araizo. Whether you speak English, Spanish or both, you will love this hilarious show!

Feb

20

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
ASU is pleased to present the Arizona premiere of two new operatic comedies. In “600 Square Feet,” see if love or stubbornness will triumph in this operatic romantic comedy about trust, boundaries, and real estate. “We’ve Got Our Eye On You” is a 60-minute opera loosely based on Ancient Greek myth, mixing broad feminist comedy with elegant, witty songwriting.

Feb

19

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. This bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Comedy of Errors" by Lydia Garcia and Bill Rauch features physical comedy, mistaken identities and the opportunity to see the world from another perspective. The play will be guest directed by Ricky Araizo. Whether you speak English, Spanish or both, you will love this hilarious show!

Feb

19

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
ASU is pleased to present the Arizona premiere of two new operatic comedies. In “600 Square Feet,” see if love or stubbornness will triumph in this operatic romantic comedy about trust, boundaries, and real estate. “We’ve Got Our Eye On You” is a 60-minute opera loosely based on Ancient Greek myth, mixing broad feminist comedy with elegant, witty songwriting.

Feb

18

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. This bilingual adaptation of Shakespeare’s "Comedy of Errors" by Lydia Garcia and Bill Rauch features physical comedy, mistaken identities and the opportunity to see the world from another perspective. The play will be guest directed by Ricky Araizo. Whether you speak English, Spanish or both, you will love this hilarious show!

Feb

18

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Brad Edwards Recital is an in-person event. Professor Brad Edwards and Gail Novak present a concert of music for the trombone and piano.

Feb

18

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Film Music on Two Pianos is an in-person event. Film scores arranged for two pianos by ASU instructor Christopher Norby, with a focus on the music of Bernard Herrmann and those he has influenced. Performed by Christopher Norby and Stephen Cook.

Feb

17

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
ASU is pleased to present the Arizona premiere of two new operatic comedies. In “600 Square Feet,” see if love or stubbornness will triumph in this operatic romantic comedy about trust, boundaries, and real estate. “We’ve Got Our Eye On You” is a 60-minute opera loosely based on Ancient Greek myth, mixing broad feminist comedy with elegant, witty songwriting.

Feb

17

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Hsiaopei Lee, Viola and Michael Bunchmann, Piano is an in-person event. Join distinguished faculty from University of Southern Mississippi as they present a dynamic and lyrical program of music for viola and piano. Dr. Hsiaopei Lee and Dr. Michael Bunchman have performed as a duo all over the United States.

Feb

16

Wed

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Bartok & Friends is an in-person event. Join ASU faculty artists Russell Ryan (piano) and Simone Mancuso (percussion) with University of Arizona Professor of Percussion, Morris Palter and guest pianist Sunny Kuo in a concert for two pianos and percussion. The program includes music by Béla Bartók, Aaron Copland and more.

Feb

13

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
Albie Micklich, Bassoon with Andrew Campbell, Piano is an in-person event. Albie Micklich (bassoon) and Andrew Campbell (piano) play works from underrepresented composers.

Feb

11

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
ASU Percussion Faculty Showcase is an in-person event. Join us in Katzin Concert Hall for an evening of new and recent works featuring the ASU Percussion faculty.

Feb

8

Tue

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Magda Schwerzmann and Elizabeth Buck in Recital is an in-person event. Join guest artist Magda Schwerzmann and faculty artist Elizabeth Buck performing music for multiple flutes.

Feb

6

Sun

5:00pmBuy Tickets
Transitions II: Cumulus Twenty-Two is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. "Cumulus Twenty-Two" is a two-program show presenting the capstone works of the class of 2022 Dance BFA students in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre. Each program is an enticing journey exploring the processes of evolution and how these concepts are omnipresent in the larger world.

Feb

6

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
Transitions II: Cumulus Twenty-Two is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. "Cumulus Twenty-Two" is a two-program show presenting the capstone works of the class of 2022 Dance BFA students in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre. Each program is an enticing journey exploring the processes of evolution and how these concepts are omnipresent in the larger world.

Feb

5

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Transitions I: Cumulus Twenty-Two is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. "Cumulus Twenty-Two" is a two-program show presenting the capstone works of the class of 2022 Dance BFA students in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre. Each program is an enticing journey exploring the processes of evolution and how these concepts are omnipresent in the larger world.

Feb

5

Sat

2:00pmBuy Tickets
Transitions I: Cumulus Twenty-Two is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. "Cumulus Twenty-Two" is a two-program show presenting the capstone works of the class of 2022 Dance BFA students in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre. Each program is an enticing journey exploring the processes of evolution and how these concepts are omnipresent in the larger world.

Feb

4

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
JiJi Kim, Guitar is a live, in-person event. Guitar Professor JIJI presents chamber and solo works by Rodrigo, Villa-Lobos, Beach, and Piazzolla. This event is NOT eligible for HIDA Student comp tickets. ​

Feb

2

Wed

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Our Senior Recital, A Faculty Artist Concert is an in-person event. Please join Carole FitzPatrick, soprano, Robert Barefield, baritone and Russell Ryan, piano for a concert about friendship and growing older, with guest artist Heather Landes, flute.

Jan

30

Sun

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Join current ASU students for the annual Color Cabaret! This entirely student-led cabaret is an opportunity for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) students in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre to create performances that speak to their own experience.

Jan

30

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
Join current ASU students for the annual Color Cabaret! This entirely student-led cabaret is an opportunity for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) students in the School of Music, Dance and Theatre to create performances that speak to their own experience.

Jan

29

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Illumination is a live, in-person event. Join Paul Barnes, Pianist and Chanter as he performs piano works based on Byzantine, Jewish and Native American Chant.

Jan

28

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The Art of the (Hidden) Fugue Brandon Burns, Organ is an in-person event. Doctoral alumnus Brandon Burns explores creative uses of the fugue from the Baroque through the twentieth centuries on the Fritts and Traeri organs.

Jan

23

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
PRISMS Festival Concert 3 is a live, in-person event. Join us for "Multiplicity," the closing concert of the 2021 PRISMS Contemporary Music Festival, 11th edition. PRISMS Festival Concert 3 is a Guest Artist Series performance.

Dec

3

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
PRISMS Festival Concert 2 is a live, in-person event. Join us for "Multiplicity," the 2nd concert of the 2021 PRISMS Contemporary Music Festival, 11th edition. PRISMS Festival Concert 2 is a Guest Artist Series performance.

Dec

2

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This ticketing page is for the VIRTUAL STREAMED event of MTO Holiday Celebration. There is a live, in-person option for attending this event. Join our Music Theatre and Opera students for an informal night of merriment and music-making. All monies received through ticketing will be used to support our graduating MTO class! The content of this performance includes mature themes and language.

Dec

2

Thu

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
This ticketing page is for the in-person live event of MTO Holiday Celebration. There is a virtual option for viewing this performance. Join our Music Theatre and Opera students for an informal night of merriment and music-making. All monies received through ticketing will be used to support our graduating MTO class! The content of this performance includes mature themes and language.

Dec

2

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
PRISMS Festival Concert 1 is a live, in-person event. Join us for "Multiplicity," the opening concert of the 2021 PRISMS Contemporary Music Festival, 11th edition. PRISMS Festival Concert 1 is a Guest Artist Series performance.

Dec

1

Wed

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This ticketing page is for the VIRTUAL STREAMED event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

21

Sun

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
This ticketing page is for the in-person live event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

21

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
This ticketing page is for the VIRTUAL STREAMED event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

20

Sat

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
This ticketing page is for the in-person live event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

20

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This ticketing page is for the VIRTUAL STREAMED event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

19

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
This ticketing page is for the in-person live event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

19

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Undergraduate Project Presentations is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. Undergraduate dance students in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre showcase the work they've been creating. Note: This event is not eligible for Herberger Institute student, faculty and staff complimentary tickets.

Nov

19

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This ticketing page is for the VIRTUAL STREAMED event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

18

Thu

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
This ticketing page is for the in-person live event of Hansel and Gretel. Based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, Hansel and Gretel is a confection of tuneful melodies, spiced with suspense and humor when the children, Hansel and Gretel, fall into the clutches of the Wicked Witch! All ages have fallen under the spell of this magical work. Performed in German with supertitles.

Nov

18

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Undergraduate Project Presentations is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. Undergraduate dance students in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre showcase the work they've been creating. Note: This event is not eligible for Herberger Institute student, faculty and staff complimentary tickets.

Nov

18

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. Healing Wars is a scenario that toggles back and forth between historical accounts of the Civil War, and tales of soldiers lost and maimed on battlefields today. It addresses issues related to war, medicine and the ways people’s minds respond to traumatic events. Healing Wars is a collaboration of the Herberger Schools of Music, Dance and Theatre.

Nov

14

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. Healing Wars is a scenario that toggles back and forth between historical accounts of the Civil War, and tales of soldiers lost and maimed on battlefields today. It addresses issues related to war, medicine and the ways people’s minds respond to traumatic events. Healing Wars is a collaboration of the Herberger Schools of Music, Dance and Theatre.

Nov

13

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. Healing Wars is a scenario that toggles back and forth between historical accounts of the Civil War, and tales of soldiers lost and maimed on battlefields today. It addresses issues related to war, medicine and the ways people’s minds respond to traumatic events. Healing Wars is a collaboration of the Herberger Schools of Music, Dance and Theatre.

Nov

12

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Elizabeth Buck’s 25th Anniversary Concert is a live, in-person event. Tonight we celebrate 25 years of performances at ASU as Professor of Flute Elizabeth Buck presents a solo recital featuring works for flute alone. Included in tonight's performance is the world premiere of a special transcription for alto flute - you'll be blown away!

Nov

10

Wed

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Celebrating Notre Dame is an in-person event. Following the release of her latest recording, Goldman Professor of Organ Kimberly Marshall performs music composed to honor the Virgin Mary. Works by J. S. Bach, Schlick, Weckmann, and Sandresky.

Nov

7

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. Healing Wars is a scenario that toggles back and forth between historical accounts of the Civil War, and tales of soldiers lost and maimed on battlefields today. It addresses issues related to war, medicine and the ways people’s minds respond to traumatic events. Healing Wars is a collaboration of the Herberger Schools of Music, Dance and Theatre.

Nov

7

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. Healing Wars is a scenario that toggles back and forth between historical accounts of the Civil War, and tales of soldiers lost and maimed on battlefields today. It addresses issues related to war, medicine and the ways people’s minds respond to traumatic events. Healing Wars is a collaboration of the Herberger Schools of Music, Dance and Theatre.

Nov

6

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. Healing Wars is a scenario that toggles back and forth between historical accounts of the Civil War, and tales of soldiers lost and maimed on battlefields today. It addresses issues related to war, medicine and the ways people’s minds respond to traumatic events. Healing Wars is a collaboration of the Herberger Schools of Music, Dance and Theatre.

Nov

5

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
David Leisner, Guitar is a live, in-person event. Join David Leisner for an evening featuring masterworks for the guitar. Mr. Leisner is an extraordinarily versatile musician with a multi-faceted career as an electrifying performing artist, a distinguished composer, and a master teacher. David Leisner, Guitar is a Guest Artist Series performance.

Nov

4

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Cathal Breslin, Piano is a live, in-person event. ASU Faculty Artist Recital performed by pianist Cathal Breslin, includes the 4 Ballades by Chopin, and three contemporary works, "Glimpses" for prepared piano by Vivian Fung, "Mii-dera" for piano and electronics by Anna Murray, and "Vick(i/y)" for prepared piano by Andy Akiho. Cathal Breslin, Piano is a Faculty Artist Series performance.

Nov

2

Tue

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Robert Spring and Friends is a live, in-person event. Join Robert Spring and friends for a faculty artist recital. Robert Spring and Friends is a Faculty Artist Series performance.

Oct

31

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
Emerging Artists I is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. The Emerging Artists Series presents projects created by student dance artists. Students investigate personal stories and thought-provoking issues through live performance, film and interactive media.

Oct

31

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
Emerging Artists I is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. The Emerging Artists Series presents projects created by student dance artists. Students investigate personal stories and thought-provoking issues through live performance, film and interactive media.

Oct

30

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Emerging Artists I is a live, in-person ASU Dance event. The Emerging Artists Series presents projects created by student dance artists. Students investigate personal stories and thought-provoking issues through live performance, film and interactive media.

Oct

29

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
EVERYBODY is an in-person, Reserved Seating event, open to full capacity. This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life's greatest mystery – the meaning of living. This show features an interactive lobby experience 30 minutes before the show (see full description).

Oct

24

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
The Last Five Years is an in-person, Reserved Seating Music Theatre & Opera student production. The Last Five Years is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. This performance may not be suitable for young audiences due to strong language and sexual content.

Oct

24

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
EVERYBODY is an in-person, Reserved Seating event, open to full capacity. This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life's greatest mystery – the meaning of living. This show features an interactive lobby experience 30 minutes before the show (see full description).

Oct

23

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The Last Five Years is an in-person, Reserved Seating Music Theatre & Opera student production. The Last Five Years is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. This performance may not be suitable for young audiences due to strong language and sexual content.

Oct

23

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The Last Five Years is an in-person, Reserved Seating Music Theatre & Opera student production. The Last Five Years is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. This performance may not be suitable for young audiences due to strong language and sexual content.

Oct

23

Sat

2:00pmBuy Tickets
EVERYBODY is an in-person, Reserved Seating event, open to full capacity. This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life's greatest mystery – the meaning of living. This show features an interactive lobby experience 30 minutes before the show (see full description).

Oct

22

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The Last Five Years is an in-person, Reserved Seating Music Theatre & Opera student production. The Last Five Years is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about two New Yorkers in their twenties who fall in and out of love over the course of five years. This performance may not be suitable for young audiences due to strong language and sexual content.

Oct

22

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
EVERYBODY is an in-person, Reserved Seating event, open to full capacity. This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life's greatest mystery – the meaning of living. This show features an interactive lobby experience 30 minutes before the show (see full description).

Oct

21

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Fall Choral Festival: Earth and Heaven Ring! will be performed off-campus at Dayspring United Methodist Church. Tickets must be purchased in advance through this site. Children and all students with valid student ID (any level, any institution) receive free admission at the door. Join the ASU Barrett Choir, Concert Choir, and Gospel Choir for our Fall Choral Festival, Earth and Heaven Ring!

Oct

21

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Fall Choral Festival: Lift Every Voice and Sing! will be performed off-campus at Dayspring United Methodist Church. Tickets must be purchased in advance through this site. Children and all students with a valid student ID (any level, any institution) receive free admission at the door. Join the ASU Barrett Choir, Concert Choir and Gospel Choir for our Fall Choral Festival, Earth and Heaven Ring!

Oct

20

Wed

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Trombone, Tuba and Friends is a live, in-person event. Join faculty artists Brad Edwards (trombone) and Deanna Swoboda (tuba) for an hour of low brass fun! Trombone, Tuba and Friends is a Faculty Artist Series performance.

Oct

17

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
EVERYBODY is an in-person, Reserved Seating event, open to full capacity. This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life's greatest mystery – the meaning of living. This show features an interactive lobby experience 30 minutes before the show (see full description).

Oct

17

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
EVERYBODY is an in-person, Reserved Seating event, open to full capacity. This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life's greatest mystery – the meaning of living. This show features an interactive lobby experience 30 minutes before the show (see full description).

Oct

16

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
EVERYBODY is an in-person, Reserved Seating event, open to full capacity. This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life's greatest mystery – the meaning of living. This show features an interactive lobby experience 30 minutes before the show (see full description).

Oct

15

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
MikeDrop Duo is a live, in-person event. Percussionists Mike Truesdell and Michael Compitello ("MikeDrop") present an evening of engaging percussion music, ranging from theatrical works by Georges Aperghis, Marc Applebaum and Francois Sarhan to adaptions of music from Rameau, Couperin, and Morley for percussion instruments. MikeDrop Duo is a Guest Artist Series performance.

Oct

4

Mon

7:30pmBuy Tickets
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. A quirky group of mid-pubescent spellers compete for the championship title with dramatic ups and downs on a wild ride to first place. An engaging score by William Finn and hilarious book by Rachel Sheinkin, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee causes audiences to fall in love with the show and its spellers.

Oct

3

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. A quirky group of mid-pubescent spellers compete for the championship title with dramatic ups and downs on the wild ride to first place. An engaging score by William Finn and hilarious book by Rachel Sheinkin, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee causes audiences to fall in love with the show and its spellers.

Oct

2

Sat

7:30pmBuy Tickets
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. A quirky group of mid-pubescent spellers compete for the championship title with dramatic ups and downs on the wild ride to first place. An engaging score by William Finn and hilarious book by Rachel Sheinkin, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee causes audiences to fall in love with the show and its spellers.

Oct

1

Fri

7:30pmBuy Tickets
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is an in-person, Reserved Seating event. A quirky group of mid-pubescent spellers compete for the championship title with dramatic ups and downs on the wild ride to first place. An engaging score by William Finn and hilarious book by Rachel Sheinkin, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee causes audiences to fall in love with the show and its spellers.

Sep

30

Thu

7:30pmBuy Tickets
Nancy Buck and Friends: A Key Viola Recital is a live, in-person event. Nancy Buck, violist, presents a concert of music with friends, featuring favorite solo and chamber works in new keys and transpositions. Nancy Buck and Friends: A Key Viola Recital is a Faculty Artist Series performance.

Sep

26

Sun

2:30pmBuy Tickets
This is an in-person event. Enjoy new chamber music by Joel Love, Alyssa Morris, Bart Watte, and Jonathan Russell performed by ASU clarinet faculty Joshua Gardner joined by Gail Novak, Egide Duo, and the Paradise Winds Reed Quintet with Joshua Gardner (clarinet), Stefanie Gardner (bass clarinet), Gail Novak (piano) Tiffany Pan (oboe), Patrick Murphy (saxophone) and Joseph Kluesener (bassoon).

Sep

12

Sun

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Michael Compitello: Unsnared Drum is a live, in-person event. This performance celebrates the release of Compitello's "Unsnared Drum" album on New Focus Recordings. Featuring works by Nina C. Young, Tonia Ko, Hannah Lash, and Amy Beth Kirsten. Michael Compitello: Unsnared Drum is a Faculty Artist Series performance.

Aug

31

Tue

5:00pmBuy Tickets
[title of show] is a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. During the 90 minute one-act musical, they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists. THIS IS TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO THE VIRTUAL STREAMED EVENT.

May

2

Sun

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
[title of show] is a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. During the 90 minute one-act musical, they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists. THIS IS A LIMITED AUDIENCE IN PERSON EVENT.

May

2

Sun

2:00pmBuy Tickets
[title of show] is a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. During the 90 minute one-act musical, they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists. THIS IS TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO THE VIRTUAL STREAMED EVENT.

May

1

Sat

7:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
[title of show] is a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. During the 90 minute one-act musical, they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists. THIS IS A LIMITED AUDIENCE IN PERSON EVENT.

May

1

Sat

7:00pmBuy Tickets
[title of show] is a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. During the 90 minute one-act musical, they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists. THIS IS TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO THE VIRTUAL STREAMED EVENT.

Apr

30

Fri

7:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
[title of show] is a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. During the 90 minute one-act musical, they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists. THIS IS A LIMITED AUDIENCE IN PERSON EVENT.

Apr

30

Fri

7:00pmBuy Tickets
This re-streamed limited edition of Runaways will be presented with American Sign Language interpretation and will be available by online advanced purchase only. Runaways is a Broadway musical inspired by young people who lived on the streets of New York City with songs, dances and spoken word pieces about running from something and exploring the substitutes to dealing with the loss of family.
It's Only Life is a musical revue about longing, fulfillment, loss, triumph and ultimately wisdom. With soaring vocals, It's Only Life explores the myriad of moments that shape, change and challenge us to live a life that captures the art of being human. A vulnerable, powerful and intimate celebration of life. THIS IS AN OUTDOOR, LIMITED AUDIENCE, IN-PERSON, LIVE EVENT. Tickets online only.

Apr

25

Sun

7:00pmBuy Tickets
It's Only Life is a musical revue about longing, fulfillment, loss, triumph and ultimately wisdom. With soaring vocals, It's Only Life explores the myriad of moments that shape, change and challenge us to live a life that captures the art of being human. A vulnerable, powerful and intimate celebration of life. THIS IS AN OUTDOOR, LIMITED AUDIENCE, IN-PERSON, LIVE EVENT. Tickets online only.

Apr

24

Sat

7:00pmBuy Tickets
It's Only Life is a musical revue about longing, fulfillment, loss, triumph and ultimately wisdom. With soaring vocals, It's Only Life explores the myriad of moments that shape, change and challenge us to live a life that captures the art of being human. A vulnerable, powerful and intimate celebration of life. THIS IS AN OUTDOOR, LIMITED AUDIENCE, IN-PERSON, LIVE EVENT. Tickets online only.

Apr

23

Fri

7:00pmBuy Tickets
Upon rediscovering a worn out luchador mask, Nana Lupita shares her life story in the summer of 1968. Young Lupita can’t wait to see her first match, until she learns her ailing father, a one-time world champion luchador, is set to wrestle the villainous El Hijo. With the help of a famous mask maker, Lupita finds the courage and determination to train to take her father’s place.

Apr

18

Sun

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Spring Dance Fest will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. SpringDanceFest showcases the breadth of creativity in the dance program, featuring innovative work by faculty, visiting artists, and alumni during the 2020-21 season, including premiers by nationally renowned artists Adam McKinney, Vanessa Sanchez, and Liliana Gomez.

Apr

18

Sun

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Upon rediscovering a worn out luchador mask, Nana Lupita shares her life story in the summer of 1968. Young Lupita can’t wait to see her first match, until she learns her ailing father, a one-time world champion luchador, is set to wrestle the villainous El Hijo. With the help of a famous mask maker, Lupita finds the courage and determination to train to take her father’s place

Apr

17

Sat

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Spring Dance Fest will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. SpringDanceFest showcases the breadth of creativity in the dance program, featuring innovative work by faculty, visiting artists, and alumni during the 2020-21 season, including premiers by nationally renowned artists Adam McKinney, Vanessa Sanchez, and Liliana Gomez.

Apr

17

Sat

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Upon rediscovering a worn out luchador mask, Nana Lupita shares her life story in the summer of 1968. Young Lupita can’t wait to see her first match, until she learns her ailing father, a one-time world champion luchador, is set to wrestle the villainous El Hijo. With the help of a famous mask maker, Lupita finds the courage and determination to train to take her father’s place.

Apr

16

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Spring Dance Fest will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. SpringDanceFest showcases the breadth of creativity in the dance program, featuring innovative work by faculty, visiting artists, and alumni during the 2020-21 season, including premiers by nationally renowned artists Adam McKinney, Vanessa Sanchez, and Liliana Gomez.

Apr

16

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Runaways is a Tony®-nominated Broadway musical from 1978, devised by Elizabeth Swados through workshops with young people who had lived on the streets of New York City. A collage of songs, dances and spoken word pieces about running away from something, this musical is fueled by the energy and resilience of young people with a mold-breaking, multicultural folk, jazz, pop and rock score.

Mar

14

Sun

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Runaways is a Tony®-nominated Broadway musical from 1978, devised by Elizabeth Swados through workshops with young people who had lived on the streets of New York City. A collage of songs, dances and spoken word pieces about running away from something, this musical is fueled by the energy and resilience of young people with a mold-breaking, multicultural folk, jazz, pop and rock score.

Mar

13

Sat

7:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Eleven choreographers virtually present their creative work, collectively asking poignant questions regarding society and human nature. What is the truth? How can we be intimate? When will we be able to find acceptable solutions? Through movement, media, set design, and the spoken word, Transitions: Mouthful of Marbles engages the audience to search for answers to these compelling interrogations.

Mar

12

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Runaways is a Tony®-nominated Broadway musical from 1978, devised by Elizabeth Swados through workshops with young people who had lived on the streets of New York City. A collage of songs, dances and spoken word pieces about running away from something, this musical is fueled by the energy and resilience of young people with a mold-breaking, multicultural folk, jazz, pop and rock score.

Mar

12

Fri

7:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Alone Workshop written by Jesse Saywell and directed by Jeff McMahon It is 1845, and Edgar Allan Poe is at the height of his fame. But with tragedy stalking his every move, Poe's mind spirals into the depths of darkness from which his greatest tales of terror were birthed. “Alone: Edgar Allan Poe's Final Chapter” dives into the life, loves, and death of one of history's great storytellers.

Mar

6

Sat

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Dance Undergraduate Project Presentations will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. Undergraduate dance students in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre showcase the work they've been creating.

Mar

5

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Alone Workshop written by Jesse Saywell and directed by Jeff McMahon It is 1845, and Edgar Allan Poe is at the height of his fame. But with tragedy stalking his every move, Poe's mind spirals into the depths of darkness from which his greatest tales of terror were birthed. “Alone: Edgar Allan Poe's Final Chapter” dives into the life, loves, and death of one of history's great storytellers.

Mar

5

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Dance Undergraduate Project Presentations will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. Undergraduate dance students in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre showcase the work they've been creating.

Mar

4

Thu

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
In 1786 emperor Joseph II pitted Mozart’s sung and spoken singspiel against a new Italian opera by Antonio Salieri, each performed at opposing ends of the Orangerie at the Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna. Fitting it is, then, that this short comic opera deals with two rivaling divas and one cash-strapped producer trying to help everyone get along for the sake of art. Suitable for all audiences.
In 1786 emperor Joseph II pitted Mozart’s sung and spoken singspiel against a new Italian opera by Antonio Salieri, each performed at opposing ends of the Orangerie at the Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna. Fitting it is, then, that this short comic opera deals with two rivaling divas and one cash-strapped producer trying to help everyone get along for the sake of art. Suitable for all audiences.
New Play Festival: Light Switch will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. Full Performance written by Dave Osmundsen, Directed by Kristina Friedgen Light Switch follows Henry, an autistic gay man with a special interest in 19th century British literature on his quest for love and acceptance.

Feb

28

Sun

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
New Play Festival: Light Switch will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. Full Performance written by Dave Osmundsen, Directed by Kristina Friedgen Light Switch follows Henry, an autistic gay man with a special interest in 19th century British literature on his quest for love and acceptance.

Feb

27

Sat

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Set against the backdrop of the barren and rocky Irish seacoast, Riders To The Sea is a story of the struggle to survive in a harsh world where the sea has claimed the lives of all the men in one family, except for the last surviving son. This tragic story of loss and hardship is a testament to the strength and faith of the women who are left behind. Suitable for family audiences ages 8 and up.
Set against the backdrop of the barren and rocky Irish seacoast, Riders To The Sea is a story of the struggle to survive in a harsh world where the sea has claimed the lives of all the men in one family, except for the last surviving son. This tragic story of loss and hardship is a testament to the strength and faith of the women who are left behind. Suitable for family audiences ages 8 and up.
Dance Graduate Project Presentations will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. Graduate dance students in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre showcase the work they've been creating.

Feb

26

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
New Play Festival: Light Switch will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. Full Performance written by Dave Osmundsen, Directed by Kristina Friedgen Light Switch follows Henry, an autistic gay man with a special interest in 19th century British literature on his quest for love and acceptance.

Feb

26

Fri

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Dance Graduate Project Presentations will be an online streamed event. All streamed event ticket sales will be available by online purchase only. Graduate dance students in Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre showcase the work they've been creating.

Feb

25

Thu

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
"You only care about the cute ones! The cute ones!” As humans upend the environment, a group of endangered animals is forced to reckon with what a climate-changed world means for them.

Feb

21

Sun

2:00pmBuy Virtual Tickets
"You only care about the cute ones! The cute ones!” As humans upend the environment, a group of endangered animals is forced to reckon with what a climate-changed world means for them.

Feb

20

Sat

7:30pmBuy Virtual Tickets
Join ASU opera students for a “selfie” of a relationship on the rocks in the digital age. “Service Provider” joins a couple on their third wedding anniversary in a swanky restaurant, quickly revealing that not all is well, as smartphone-obsessed Autumn spends most of the date online and unplugged from her husband who desperately vies for her attention.
Join ASU opera students for a “selfie” of a relationship on the rocks in the digital age. “Service Provider” joins a couple on their third wedding anniversary in a swanky restaurant, quickly revealing that not all is well, as smartphone-obsessed Autumn spends most of the date online and unplugged from her husband who desperately vies for her attention.
Torn between her love of mathematics and familial duty, pioneering mathematician Ada Lovelace must decide how she will shape her life despite public scrutiny and societal expectations. This opera explores the dilemmas of being an ambitious woman in the early 19th-century, reflected through modern days glass ceilings - cracked, but not yet broken.
Torn between her love of mathematics and familial duty, pioneering mathematician Ada Lovelace must decide how she will shape her life despite public scrutiny and societal expectations. This opera explores the dilemmas of being an ambitious woman in the early 19th-century, reflected through modern days glass ceilings - cracked, but not yet broken.