- Sat, Nov 22, 11:30 pm
- The Marquee, second floor, Union South
- Sun, Nov 23
- Chazen Museum of Art
- Sun, Nov 23
- Ebling Library Historical Reading Room & 3rd Floor Galleries, Health Sciences Learning Center
- Sun, Nov 23, 12:00 am
- The Marquee, Union South
Read more from Johanna Draper Carlson at comicsworthreading.com.
Engraved on one of the new “philosopher’s stones,” the granite benches gracing the newly remodeled Library Mall, is an evocative quote from one of Madison’s own novelists:
On view now at the Fanny Garver Gallery on State Street is the final show by Madison painter Lee Weiss. The show features more than a decade of her work, including unseen pieces from her personal collection, in the last exhibit before her retirement.
Madison Opera's first full production of Beethoven's only opera showcases soprano Alexandra LoBianco, bass Matt Boehler and an excellent chorus.
Saturday's Mad Circus Gala at the Barrymore will raise funds for the city's circus space.
The players kept their appearance under wraps until this week, when the first trailer was released.
Beethoven's only opera, "Fidelio" is infrequently performed compared to other works because of how difficult it is to sing and stage.
While much of our contemporary anxiety over the way personal data are collected and distributed is directed at the government, the more pervasive — and perhaps most insidious — users of personal data are corporations and other private businesses.
Olivo, a Broadway star-turned-Madison theater artist and educator, pulled in songs from her past and UW-Madison students for her Thursday show.
Allen Eskens, a criminal defense attorney in practice in Mankato, Minnesota, sets the scene for intrigue with the first line of his debut novel, “The Life We Bury.”
Children’s book lovers went head to head in a trivia bowl on Nov. 7, to support the Cooperative Children’s Book Center, with acclaimed Madison author Kevin Henkes as the emcee.
For 25 years, artists have been showing their pieces at the Winter Art Fair Off the Square, which runs Sunday, Nov. 16, at Monona Terrace.
From the Winter Art Fair at Monona Terrace this weekend to "Glow on Monroe" close to Christmas, area vendors offer plenty of chances to shop.
Forward Theater's 2014-15 season opener approaches school bullying and violence from the perspective of a single suburban family.
Just Read It is a regular feature in which the State Journal seeks recommendations from authors, literary enthusiasts and experts, focused on the contributor’s particular genre of expertise.