Discover opportunities for creative expression, exploration and enjoyment outside the classroom. Be inspired by our year-round Performing Arts programming and learn from award-winning authors and poets with the Kelly Writers Series. Make your debut on the theatre stage or with an original exhibit in one of our three gallery spaces. Paint, sculpt and perform in the variety of art centers and studio spaces around campus.Be Inspired
Experience inventions in musical expression through the artistry of 21st century musicians. Our robust programming and performance calendar connects students to more than 200 annual events, including student ensembles, musical theatre productions, concert tours, competitions and master classes with renowned guest artists from around the world.Tune In
Engage with the world’s most influential minds, masters and change-agents: David Cameron, Jane Goodall, Colin Powell, Malala Yousafzai and more than 100 others. Every year we empower our students by connecting them directly with people who are making a tangible difference in the world. So they can learn from them. And then go and do the same.Take Your Seat
The box office is located inside the Great Hall of the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are available online at EventBrite. The box office will be open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from noon to 4 pm, as well as one hour prior to events.
Directions and Parking
Patrons for any Green Center event may park in any designated campus parking space, including faculty/staff, student, and visitor parking. Patrons may also park on the street, excluding spaces marked with yellow or blue curbs, denoting emergency or handicapped spaces.
Jenna Fischer, the two-time Screen Actors Guild Award-winner and Emmy-nominated actress, is coming to DePauw University. On April 17, Fischer will be a guest of the Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture Series and will discuss her new book, The Actor’s Life: A Survival Guide, her new ABC show Splitting Up Together, her recent experience working on Clint Eastwood's The 15:17 to Paris, and, of course, her role as Pam on the hit television comedy The Office.Learn More