ISU Theatre 2012-13 season tickets on sale now

Six shows, including a "Stars Over Veishea" production of Fiddler on the Roof, are part of the 2012-13 ISU Theatre season ticket package. All shows will take the stage at Fisher Theater.

Season tickets are $86 for adults, $82 for seniors and $54 for students. Order forms are available by calling (4-2624) or emailing ( the theater department, or may be purchased at the Iowa State Center ticket office on the north side of Stephens Auditorium.

Noises Off

Sept. 28-30 and Oct. 5-7
This Michael Frayn comedy sets a play within a play, portraying the off-stage chaos of a badly bungled stage production. Behind-the-scenes relationships, physical comedy, miscues and mistakes compound the hilarious downfall of the fictional theater company and its show.


Nov. 1-4
With music from Leonard Bernstein and a story based on a Voltaire novel, this operetta manages an uplifting sound against a melodramatic setting. The title character's optimistic outlook is severely tested at every turn of his quest to find love and happiness.

Alice in Wonderland

Nov. 30-Dec. 2 and Dec. 7-9
The audience will get a new look at an old favorite with this adaptation by ISU lecturer Matt Foss. The most beloved -- and loathed -- characters from both Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass are featured in this modern version of the Lewis Carroll story.

The Three Musketeers

March 1-3 and March 8-10
Adventure and romance are central to this Ken Ludwig adaption of the Alexandre Dumas novel. Honor and heroism shine through the fast-paced story of a young Frenchman's journey from ordinary to extraordinary.

A Streetcar Named Desire

March 28-31
A Broadway favorite and Pulitzer Prize winner, this Tennessee Williams masterpiece brings drama from the Deep South to the Fisher Theater stage. Secrets, fantasies and conflict take a tragic toll on the relationships between Stanley, his wife Stella and her sister Blanche.

Fiddler on the Roof

April 12-14 and April 19-21
The bucking of long-held traditions is central to this long-running classic Broadway musical set in Tsarist Russia. A poor milkman grapples with a changing world and the wishes of his headstrong daughters as the threat of eviction looms over the Jews in his village.