ArtsEtc

After months of preparation, Wisconsin Singers set to perform at weekend shows

Now going on 51 seasons, musical group promises show to remember

ArtsEtc

Show tunes meet politics for timely Randy Rainbow performance

Rainbow talks political satire in the age of Trump, reflects on Pittsburgh massacre, produces musical parodies for comedic night at Overture Center

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‘The Simon and Garfunkel Story’ incorporates video to depict living legends’ tale

Taylor Bloom, Benjamin Cooley showcase talent as Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel at Overture Center

Herald

Explorer, climber Mark Synnott continues worldwide travel towards Madison

National Geographic Live presents 'Life on the Vertical' at Overture Center

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‘Liberal Redneck’ Trae Crowder to bring progressive comedy to Madison

Fellow comedians Drew Morgan, Corey Ryan Forrester team up for 'wellRED: From Dixie with Love' tour

Theater

‘Something Rotten’ sizzles with satire, renaissance-pop fusion

Young cast delivers solid, funny performance with renaissance-punk fusion

Herald

‘Whose Live Anyway?’ cast performs witty, on-the-spot improv at Overture Center

Audience members involved in skits as 'butts of the joke'

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Revamped ‘Les Misérables’ production brings new relevancy, importance to Overture

Romance, drama, heartbreak embody musical based upon French Civil War experiences

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‘An American In Paris’ captures stunning romance we all desire

Tony award winner Christopher Wheeldon blesses Madison with beautiful rendition of classic play

Music

Madhatters come to final steps of rehearsal for their annual fall show

As the oldest a cappella group on campus, Madhatters have achieved many accomplishments, including releasing projects on Spotify