Arts & Theater News
Havana-born soprano Elizabeth Caballero stars as the title character in Madison Opera's first Spanish language production, "Florencia en el Amazonas."
The UW-Madison student run organization has been raising funds and awareness for area charities for 70 years. This year they hope to raise over $200,000 for the Neighborhood House.
Tours of Broadway musicals are attracting big audiences in the Madison area — and in markets across the country, where ticket sales for shows that made a name in New York are continuing to grow.
The Broadway at Overture series features three Wisconsin premieres, two of which are making their only Wisconsin stop in the 2018-19 season in Madison.
Not everyone calls an art haven their home and they don’t need to in order to get their creativity flowing. The local area has an array of opportunities for finding an art fix.
Facing an uncertain future with the departure of its longtime artistic director, Madison Ballet plans to cut its company of dancers by more than half and drastically trim its season for 2018-19.
The 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist, "Marjorie Prime," is an exploration of what it means to be human when an elderly woman's newest android companion is programmed to feed her memories back to her.
OSHP's production of "Les Mis" opens the same week as the touring production coming to Overture Center which resulted in a few challenges that the company met head-on.
"The Laramie Project" is a play made of hundreds of interviews, journal entries and news reports about the murder of 21-year-old Matthew Shepard.
When the James Watrous Gallery asked a group of local artists, architects and other thinkers to come up with a vision for Madison 75 years from now, one theme came to mind for many of them: The lakes.
He plays a character called the engineer in “Gobsmacked,” an energetic contemporary a cappella show imported from the U.K. that plays Overture Hall on Thursday.
The Sun Prairie chapter of the Penguin Project, in its 3rd year, is creating strong friendships in its nearly five month rehearsal process.
The power of the female voice has been particularly resonant this past year. The #MeToo hashtag has ricocheted around the country. The Time’s Up movement has gained a foothold and women’s marches have grabbed headlines. These events have inspired soul-searching in many levels of American lif…