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Indiana State University
Indiana State offers a diverse lineup of arts activities throughout
the year - from professional performances, notable speakers and guest
artists to performances by our own faculty and students. Many of these
events are open to the public.
Many of Indiana State's arts events, such as the University Speakers
Series, University Art Gallery exhibitions and a majority of music
recitals, are free. Theater performances and the Performing Arts Series
require tickets and have admission fees for the general public. ISU
students can get into these events free of charge, just show your valid
New Theater Box Office 812-237-3333
Hulman Center Ticket Office 812-237-3770
Below are lots closest to Indiana State's performance venues. For
venue and parking information, check out our
Indiana State is part of a larger, thriving arts community. Many
events and exhibitions - such as those at the Swope Art Museum - are
free. Performances by the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra, Community
Theater and Crossroads Repertory Theater require tickets.
Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra: Tickets can be
purchased at the Hulman Center Ticket Office (812-237-3737) or through
TicketMaster (1-800-745-3000 or by going to
Community Theater: Reservations are required for all Main Stage plays
and musicals. The best way to order play tickets is by mail. Send a
request to Community Theatre-Reservations (name of show), 1431 S 25th
St, Terre Haute, 47802. Download a show ticket
Crossroads Repertory Theater: ISU students admitted
free with their valid student ID. Tickets can be purchased at the New
Theater Ticket Office or by calling 812-237-3333.
Behavior and dress guidelines
* Be early or on time. If you arrive late, you may have to wait for
an appropriate time to be seated.
* When attending events, please refrain from talking during the
performance as it distracts others.
* Turn off all cell phones or put them on silent mode. Please do not
check texts, Facebook or Twitter during performances. The light from
your cell phone is very distracting to all audience-members behind you,
and even to performers.
* Dress appropriately. Each event has a different, suggested code of
dress. Symphony are dressier than a visit to the Swope or touring
our public art sculptures.
When in doubt, dress business casual. This means no jeans or flip
flops—skirts, dresses, dressy pants with a nice blouse for ladies. For
guys, a button-down shirt and dressier pants work well. Ties are
optional, but always look good.
* Leave your laptop and bookbag at home. Working on your laptop
during any sort of presentation or performance is rude.
* Keep perfume and cologne kept at a minimum, because some people are