Based on the novel by Mark Haddon
Based on Mark Haddon’s prizewinning 2003 novel, the play presents a young man’s search for answers—to his favorite math problems, about what it means to be different, to the question of who murdered the neighbor’s dog. A play-within-a-play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time explores the bonds between parent and child, and what it means to accept shortcomings in those we love.
This production contains the graphic depiction of an animal’s death which may not be suitable for all viewers. The play is based on Mark Haddon's Young Adult novel and is most appropriate for audiences 14 and up.
There will be a post-performance Talkback on Thursday, March 7.
A sensory-friendly performance of this production will be presented on Saturday, March 9, at 1pm with some elements adjusted for those on the autism spectrum and others for whom these adjustments are useful.
Pop-up Library: March 8
Come explore the Music and Performing Arts Library’s extensive collections in the lobby of Krannert Center! The Pop-up Library will offer items from its collection related to performances on March 8, 2019, for you to browse and borrow.
Please bring your University i-Card or Courtesy Card to check out materials. Applications for University Courtesy Cards will also be available.
The Pop-up Library will be open from approximately 6:30pm to 9:30pm.
Music and Performing Arts Library
The Music and Performing Arts Library is one of the largest public performing arts libraries in the world. It is home to books, scores, recordings, and play scripts related to music, theatre, and dance.