‘Ms. Holmes & Ms. Watson, APT. 2B’ is a fresh and intelligent play which transforms a familiar premise into something exhilarating and new, aided by an exceptionally talented cast.
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 University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Theatre Department takes a swing at a classic.
Talking about reality can be, like, really hard
Fun, trust and stardust: the recipe to a stellar show.
Legendary showman takes center stage in new Overture production
From Oct. 19 to 29, Bartell Theater is showing the production “Bent.” The play, written by Martin Sherman in 1979, tells a story about the persecution of gay individuals in Nazi Germany. Following the life of Max, a gay man estranged from his wealthy family living in 1930s Berlin, the audience is immersed in the heart-wrenching representation of what life was like living as a queer person under Hitler’s rule.
We’ve all spent long nights thinking about sleeping with Bucky the Badger — or is it just Hannah Berner? The female comedian began her show laughing about one of her many claims to fame — actually sleeping with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s very own Bucky.
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:
With performances like this, you better not throw away your shot to be in the room where it happens.
"Ain't Too Proud" uses the timeless music of The Temptations to tell the complex, compelling story of the group.
Hey, Westerburgers! There’s a new kid in town…
Broadway lovers and Madisonians alike had the chance to catch “Hairspray” at the Overture Center for the Arts from Feb. 22-27.