Theater

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

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

Art

Illuminated art more powerful than words on a page

Word arrangement emphasizes how language reinforces separation, division

Theater

Theatre, music programs at UW converge to produce musical ‘Into the Woods’

Students involved share their perspectives of audition process as big day moves closer

Art

Print in Protest: Glimpse into Madison’s Student Activist History

History is captured in pictures from 1960s, 70s, featuring displays from Vietnam War, civil rights movement

Art

William J. O’Brien’s Reliquary art exhibit all about personality

Showcase at MMoCA leads to interpretation of spiritual world

Art

The Studio presents ‘Youth Culture’ pop-up show

Chazen gives platform to conscious musical performances, physical visuals

ArtsEtc

‘A Place in the Woods’ uncovers family mystery, modern dilemmas

Evjue stage mimics cramped home during performance at Bartell Theatre

Art

‘What Were You Wearing?’ exhibit turns statistics of sexual assault into voices

Title IX Advisory Committee creates display in step with national campaign

ArtsEtc

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

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

Art

MFA student turns insulation into art

Eric Ford explains how he uses common items to express unexpected message