Bartell Theatre opened its fall season with a huff and a puff that blew many audience members away. Fairytale creatures and Farquaad fans united at Madison’s local theater to watch “Shrek,” a musical swamped with comedy.
MMoCA announces ‘truth and reconciliation project’ in response to Triennial artist concerns, distrustBy Jeffrey Brown | Oct. 13, 2022
The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) continues to receive criticism regarding their response to the vandalism and theft of an art piece in the 2022 Wisconsin Triennial entitled “Ain’t I A Woman?” The artists involved do not feel the museum is paying attention to their calls for change.
Together Pangea rocked the High Noon Saloon on Sunday, Sept. 25, as they concluded the Midwest leg of their 2022 How to DYE tour. They featured two openers: self-proclaimed indie surf rock band CAVVES and solo artist Baby Tyler.
The performing arts community in Madison is full and flourishing. From theater to dance to improv, there is something for everyone in downtown Madison. Below are 15 local venues and groups that students, staff, community members and more should be looking forward to:
Keith Morris & Co. evolve their sound to incorporate elements of sci-fi and psychedelic metal.
The 2021 Oscar nominee is a refreshingly modern tale of life and love.
Khruangbin and Vieux Farka Touré present ‘Ali,’ a celebration of life and a love letter to the art of the grooveBy Jackson Baldus | Sep. 28, 2022
The long-awaited collaboration between modern psychedelic giants Khruangbin and Malian singer-songwriter Vieux Farka Touré is here, and it’s a must-listen for anyone looking for music that cleanses the soul.
Ahead of his tour stopping in Madison on Oct. 1 and his latest EP “Chrome Bull,” Duckwrth discusses his creative process, his roots and what his future holds.
Award-winning rapper B.o.B gets candid about his inspirations, his thoughts on the current state of hip-hop and even his favorite strain of weed.
"Sifting and Reckoning” blends art with history in retelling of UW’s discriminatory past.
From developer Massive Monster and publisher Devolver Digital, Cult of the Lamb combines village building with roguelite combat, a delightful devilish theme and stellar art to create one of the top major indie releases of the year.
Despite the genre-bending band's many ties to Wisconsin, this will be their first time in Madison – and they are more than excited.
‘There is no justification:’ Black artists confront Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s handling of artwork destruction and theftBy Jeffrey Brown | Sep. 8, 2022
The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) is facing allegations of racism after allowing the artwork of local artist Lilada Gee to be defaced and stolen.