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A tone poem that audiences will recognize from "2001: A Space Odyssey" and a popular organ symphony open the MSO's 2014-15 season.
Fresh, poignant and perceptive, "The Suitcase Dreams" features 12 performers in a new theater piece about the things we carry — and why.
“Arts” is part of the Overture Center’s full name, but next weekend it’ll be all about showbiz.
As the pennant races head into the fall stretch, it's worth remembering that 60 years ago the sport of baseball was changed permanently as African-American players began to establish their presence in the major leagues and would transform the sport.
Author Brandon is comfortable putting his characters on morally squishy terrain and daring you to judge them. He'll be at the Wisconsin Book Festival Oct. 18.
The symphony opens its 89th season with a tone poem by Richard Strauss, a concerto by Frank Martin and Saint-Saëns' Symphony No. 3 for organ.
"New and creative," Theatre LILA wants to develop original works and more reasons for professional actors to stay in Madison.
Eighty artists, plus 'Artisan Edibles' to be showcased next weekend in Soldiers Grove.
Sunday, Sept. 14
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.
Back in 1990, UW-Madison freshman Jen Rudin chose 53706 over 90210. Sort of.
A few arts events happening around Madison this week:
Warland is the founder of the Dale Warland Singers, which performed for more than 30 years and released nearly that many albums.
Director Christopher Bond calls "Evil Dead" an interactive experience, a "party" and a "show within a show."
Chloe Krug Benjamin’s “The Anatomy of Dreams” tells a suspenseful story about the choices we make.