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William Inge Memorial Theatre

The William Inge Memorial Theatre is a "black box" venue and features general admission seating that varies based on the configuration used for each production. The theatre is named for William Inge (1913-1973), a Pulitzer Prize and Academy Award-winning playwright/screenwriter. Inge was a 1935 graduate of the University of Kansas.

Food is not allowed in the William Inge Memorial Theatre. Bottled and lidded drinks are allowed.

Due to the intimate nature of the Inge Theatre latecomers cannot be seated after a performance begins.

The Inge Theatre is available for rental by campus and outside organizations during limited windows of time each season. For more information visit Facility Use and Technical Specifications.


COVID-19 and Our Production Season

In accordance with federal, state, and local guidelines and in the interest of protecting the health and safety of our patrons, students, faculty, and staff, all upcoming performances by the University Theatre and University Dance company have been postponed or cancelled. The box office has been in contact with all ticketholders for Indecent and Urinetown to arrange for refunds or credits toward future performances. We will post more information regarding future perfmances here as it becomes available. Please email us with any questions to theatretickets@ku.edu. Thank you for your past and future support of Theatre and Dance at KU!

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