Theater

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

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

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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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Ten-minute theatrical performances brought rollercoaster of emotions to UW campus

UW-Madison theatre, drama students delivered familiar scenarios, relatable dialogue in just 10 minutes

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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

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Dynamic performance of ‘Rose Gold’ strikes UW stage, paints vivid narrative of black motherhood

Zhalarina Sanders performs story of five distinct characters at once in her one-woman show at Fredric March Play Circle

Art

Broadway star Jeremy Stolle to deliver dining cabaret at Overture Center

After decade of working on "Phantom of the Opera," Stolle began his own solo tour

Art

University Theatre brings to life quintessential American play ‘Our Town’

Director Roseann Sheridan centered production around simultaneity of euphoria, dread

Theater

‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ tackles macabre subject matter with whimsy, humor

The musical follows a spurned serial killer climbing the social ladder

Music

Mark your calendars for this semester’s dynamic concert lineup

Including impressive Freakfest lineup, you don't want to miss performances on this list