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Presenting Series

The Mountaintop

L.A. Theatre Works in Katori Hall’s poetic drama of the man behind the icon, nearing the 50th anniversary of his assassination.

 

 

 

Browning Cinema

Lady Bird (2017)

Writer/director Greta Gerwig solidifies her work as essential in a directorial debut.

 

 

 

Browning Cinema

Almost Famous (2000)

Oscar winner about Cameron Crowe’s stint as a Rolling Stone teen journalist is among the best about rock n’ roll.

 

 

Browning Cinema

AlphaGo (2017)

An unproven AI program challenges a legendary master in the ancient Chinese game Go.

 

 

Met: Live in HD

Tosca

“The Met has a Tosca that it can bank on again and again in the coming years.”
– New York Classical Review

 

 

 

 

 

Browning Cinema

Notre Dame Student Film Festival

Watch and vote on films that were made by undergraduate students during the past year.

 

 

 

Presenting Series

Romeo and Juliet

Grand Rapids Ballet in a novel interpretation of Shakespeare’s iconic tale of love and hate.

 

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An Irish Heart

Celebrate spring with the fabulous Atlanta Pops Orchestra and former Celtic Woman vocalist Chloë Agnew.

 


Top Picks + Essential Information


Higher Ground

We believe the arts can inspire us to do something or do more to make the world a better place.


Learning Beyond the Classics

1968: When the world changed movies and movies changed the world.


Valentine’s Package

Celebrate the love of your life with a magical night of fine dining and entertainment at a special value.



Dinner + Show

Whether date night or connecting with friends and family, you can’t go wrong with dinner and a show for sweet savings.


Family Events

Whether a film, live performance or one-of-a-kind event all ages can unite by exploring the arts!


Parking

A new visitor lot expands your DPAC parking options. Visit Parking + Directions now.


The Arts at Notre Dame


From Our Blog


Stabat Mater (The Mother Stood)

The Stabat Mater, which words translate from their Latin to mean “the mother stood,” descends to us today from a 13th-century poem of Italian provenance. Under likely Franciscan auspices it soon spread as a liturgical hymn that celebrates Jesus’ mother, Mary, as Our Lady of Sorrows, a title that had begun to gain popularity in the preceding century.
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1968, Resistance + Reaching Higher Ground

“Do they know about Martin Luther King?” This soft aside, caught by microphone above the din of a roiling crowd in Indianapolis, is the beginning of Senator Robert Fitzgerald Kennedy’s recorded address to the city’s African-American community on April 4, 1968. Then Kennedy clearly turns to face that microphone and asks, “Could you lower those signs, please? I have some very sad news for all of you and that is Martin Luther King was shot and killed tonight in Memphis, Tennessee.”
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New and Fresh at the Browning Cinema

Ted and Ricky ring in the new year and the new semester with the Browning Cinema’s exciting offerings starting in January. Those include a new film education opportunity available to the public via the new Learning Beyond the Classics Series, which expands a film series with academic articles, pre-recorded introductions, and post-film discussions. After briefly discussing what's happening at the Browning Cinema, Ted and Ricky close the books on 2017 with two separate Top 3 Lists
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Ticket Office

100 Performing Arts Center

Notre Dame, IN 46556


p. 574-631-2800

performingarts@nd.edu


Monday—Friday, noon–6 p.m.

Windows are open one hour prior to ticketed performances, film screenings, and events.



DeBartolo Performing Arts CenterDeBartolo Performing Arts Center

100 Performing Arts Center

Notre Dame, IN 46556

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Ticket Office


100 Performing Arts Center

Notre Dame, IN 46556

Get directions


p. 574-631-2800

performingarts@nd.edu


Monday—Friday, noon–6 p.m.

Windows are open one hour prior to ticketed performances, film screenings, and events.

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