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Ticket Office

The Augustana Ticket Office is located on the east side of the Bergendoff Hall of Fine Arts (behind Centennial Hall) and is open 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Friday and 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. when school is in session.

Email tickets@augustana.edu or call 309-794-7306 (toll-free at 800-798-8100, ext. 7306) if you have questions or need assistance.

Cash, debit cards, Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted. All ticket sales are final — no refunds.

Upcoming performances

Christmas at Augustana

Presented by Quad City Bank & Trust 

December 3 and 4 at 2 p.m.

Centennial Hall

Christmas at Augustana has thrilled audiences in what has become a highlight of the Augustana and Quad-Cities holiday season where more than 200 student musicians will take the stage to share their talents. Featuring performances by the Augustana Brass Ensemble, Ascension Ringers, Augustana Choir, Jenny Lind Vocal Ensemble and Augustana Concert Chorale. This holiday concert is not to be missed.


Dance Company 2022 Fall Show

December 3 at 7 p.m.

Brunner Theatre Main Stage

Augustana Dance Company presents their fall 2022 show “Ultraviolet.”  The show will feature a blend of hip hop, ballet and contemporary dance.


Small Mouth Sounds

March 16-19, 2023

Brunner Theatre Main Stage

Six runaways from city life embark on a silent retreat but their vows of silence conflict with their need to connect. Playwright Bess Wohl says in her notes that everyone in the play is in some kind of agony, "not unlike the rest of us."

Directed by Ben Gougeon of Quad City Arts.


The God of Vengeance

April 13-16, 2023

Heidi Honkamp Myhre Black Box

"The God of Vengeance" (Got fun nekome) by Sholem Asch was the first Yiddish drama performed in translation across Europe and America.

The play is about a Jewish brothel owner whose daughter has a lesbian relationship with one of her father’s prostitutes.

The producer and the cast were arrested and found guilty of obscenity charges when the play came to New York in 1923, but verdict was overturned on appeal.

Directed by Synth Gonzalez '23.


The Memo

May 11-14, 2023

Brunner Main Stage Theatre

This 1965 work by Czech playwright Václav Havel is a black comedy that parodies bureaucracy and conformity.

This satire of communist rule centers on the introduction of a new language that is meant to make work more efficient but has the opposite effect. 

Directed by Jennifer Popple, assistant professor of theatre arts.