Arts & Theater News
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…
Are We Delicious? is a Madison theater company where the actors are also the writers and they get only one week to write, rehearse and memorize their lines.
Madison planning officials hope the city can lease a humble metal building located in Thurber Park and convert it to a lively studio for an artist-in-residence to help energize that corner of an East Side neighborhood.
"Exit Strategy" by Chicago playwright Ike Holter examines the happenings of the teachers' lounge in a Chicago public school slated for closure.
January might be a slow month coming off of the holidays, but there's no better time to get out of the house and partake in some great local theater.
The wildly popular musical that has made the country’s first Treasury secretary into a Broadway star is coming to the Overture Center.
It’s not exactly the season for leaves to be budding on branches outdoors. But by the end of the week, a branch inside a exhibit at the Overture Center might be heavy with new foliage.
To understand Kirk Bixby — the spirited actor who plays the penguin-loving Mr. Popper in the musical “Mr. Popper’s Penguins” — first you have to know about the ducks.