A pseudo-Martian dramatic comedy from the Wisconsin Film Festival.
Wisconsin director Chris James Thompson masterfully chronicles military attorney Yvonne Bradley’s efforts to find the truth in the trial of Binyam Mohamed.
A timely festival film from “Wisconsin’s Own” John Mossman.
It’s a reinvigorating black and white film through action, comedy and beavers.
The Wisconsin Film Festival — a joyous celebration of film 25 years in the making — returns to Madison.
Football seasons come and go, but the UW Band always finds a way to make music, no matter the season.
The latest installment in the ‘John Wick' franchise is as well-crafted and action-packed as ever before.
A student stage worker employed by the Wisconsin Union pulls back the curtain on the unseen work behind the performing arts.
The classic American musical — written by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse with music by John Kander — razzle dazzles the Overture Center on opening night.
The band highlighted top songs from their repertoire despite the absence of violinist Bridget Regan.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Theatre Department takes a swing at a classic.
Like cocaine from the 1980s you find in the woods, “Cocaine Bear” is a fun time with friends yet mildly disappointing and unlikely to cause immediate addiction — but I do recommend it.