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A capella group Gentleman’s Rule, which originated at IU, performed Thursday at the IU Auditorium.
Story”'s at 8 p.m.
performance marks the end of the auditorium’s 2013-14 season and the
first time the show has ever played at IU Auditorium.
The musical “West Side Story” made its first-ever appearance in the IU
Auditorium Tuesday. Another performance will take place at 8 p.m. today.
ScHoolBoy Q came on stage close to 10 p.m. and after introducing himself, opened with his popular single “Hands On The Wheel.”
IU Auditorium will start next season wwith Rosanne Cash on Sept. 25 and
continue through April 2015, ending with the Broadway musical “Memphis.”
Kline talks about his inspiration and work Monday.
Personal and professional views on HIV history and prevention will be shared during event.
The 20th-anniversary tour of "Rent" celebrates love and differences.
The musical started its 20th anniversary tour at the IU Auditorium on Monday.
Valensi will perform with new project CRX on Thursday.
Beck sampled other artists and showed off new singles Thursday night at the IU Auditorium.
Former IU Student and best selling jazz instrumentalist returns to IU to perform Saturday night at 8 in the IU Auditorium.
Grammy-winning trumpet player Chris Botti returned to his alma mater for a homecoming concert.
Hooshir, a mixed Jewish a cappella group, won the chance to open for Vocalosity's concert tonight.
The comedy writer will exhibit never before seen work, including pieces from an upcoming book.
The hit musical will be showing from Oct. 31 - Nov. 2.
Chris Gernon will talk about his virtual reality film documenting one man's mental illness battle.
The Tony Award-winning musical comes to the IU Auditorium Oct. 24 and 25.
It's arguable if Dylan is a perfect performer, but there is no doubt he is a legend.
A must-read before Dylan's show tonight.