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Performing Arts

With comical performances and a bizarre plant that talks and sings, “Little Shop of Horrors” has it all.

Theater to look forward to this fall

Madison is a hub of culture when it comes to the arts — concerts, art shows and poetry slams can be found every weekend. Few realize, however, that Madison also hosts dozens of theater performances, from Broadway tours to local productions. Here’s your guide for what to keep an eye out for this fall.

Gunderson’s play dives into ideas of life, death and time.

I and You conveys Whitman’s deep themes

The Forward Theater Company kicked off its ninth annual season with Lauren Gunderson’s “I and You” at the Overture Center’s Playhouse Theater. The play opened on Thursday, Nov. 2 and will run until Nov. 19 and, trust me, this is a show you do not want to miss.

The production of ‘Our Town’ is put on by the University Theatre.

‘Our Town’ conveys universal themes

Isn’t life realistic enough? Why do we need dramas to remind us about the cruelty of life? Nevertheless, reality is reality and attitude is a different matter. As Mrs. Soames, one of the characters in “Our Town,” says, “Wasn't life awful and wonderful?”

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