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Remainder of spring semester at IU Auditorium and Cinema events postponed, canceled



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Signs for 2019-20 IU Auditorium series hang Jan. 9 outside the Auditorium. All IU Auditorium and Cinema events taking place through May 7 will be postponed or canceled ,according to an announcement sent by the Auditorium on Tuesday. Izzy Myszak

All IU Auditorium and Cinema events taking place through May 7 will be postponed or canceled, according to an announcement sent out by the auditorium to students on Tuesday.

The announcement follows IU’s decision to suspend in-person classes for the remainder of the spring semester. No auditorium events have been canceled, but will be postponed until the 2020-2021 season. The following are in the process of being rescheduled.

Auditorium events:

March 26: RAIN — A Tribute to the Beatles

March 28: Laverne Cox

March 21 & April 1: “Waitress” 

April 3: “Napoleon Dynamite”

April 17-19: “Beautiful — The Carole King Musical”

April 30: David Sedaris 

There are 52 cinema events being postponed including, “Montage: A Celebration of Moving Pictures: Spring 2020 Student Films Showcase” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” It is undetermined how many showings will be canceled. Some events have been rescheduled such as all films associated with the “Hugo Perez: All That Still Matters at All” series and “Flamekeeper: The Michael Cleveland Story.” The Hugo Perez series will now take place in October, and "Flamekeeper: The Michael Cleveland Story" has been rescheduled to August.

The full list of canceled and rescheduled events can be found at IU Cinema's website.

Tickets previously purchased will be honored at rescheduled events. Ticket holders may exchange their tickets or be refunded if they do not wish to attend the rescheduled event. The ticket price may also be donated to the auditorium in place of requesting refunds.

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