Since 1941, the Indiana University Auditorium has brought classical and popular culture to the Bloomington community. Built as a public works project under FDR, the Auditorium has hosted some of the greatest stage productions and musical events. It is also home to Thomas Hart Benton murals and a famous 120-year-old organ. Today the complex includes meeting and exhibit space. Events in 2011-12 include everything from John Stewart, of the Daily Show, to South Pacific, Paul Simon, Young Frankenstein and STOMP. In the smaller theaters one can see productions put on by the Department of Theatre & Drama.