When Lorraine Ortner-Blake’s mother got married in 1952, her parents gave her a memorable wedding gift: 400 baby chicks. Now, they're part of an art exhibit.
Two years after Tom McEvilly took the helm at Baraboo’s historic downtown theater, its board of directors is looking again for a change in leadership after declining to renew his contract late last month.
Shifting Gears Bike Path Dance Festival at in Madison, Wis., Monday, Sept. 6, 2021.
Arts organizations that signed the agreement said their policy matches similar protocols at New York’s Broadway theaters and members of The League of Chicago Theaters.
The owners of Botham Vineyards will end their car-loving "Vintage Celebration" with its 25th year.
Characters in “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” may dream of starring on Broadway. But at 16, Andrew Barth Feldman actually did it.
When a group from Madison Opera walked inside the Overture Center a few weeks ago to film a video, several of the Madison Opera staff members — to their surprise — began to cry.
The COVID-19 pandemic is not the reason the contemporary dance company Kanopy Dance had to find a new home for its dance studio.
Liubov Szwako knows the past year has been bleak for many people. But for him, it’s been full of color.
Xiaohong Zhang of Fort Atkinson and Faisal Abdu'Allah of Madison among nine artists exploring identity and place.
Shakespeare — along with Homer, Stoppard and more — will return to the nationally renowned theater in Spring Green.
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The sixth annual show is being held in the historic Mineral Point Masonic Lodge and features 20 artists.
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Some photographs from shows in the 2021-2022 Broadway at Overture season, which includes "Mean Girls," "The Prom," "Dear Evan Hansen," "Ain't Too Proud — The Life and Times of the Temptations," and "Hamilton."
Two Sauk Prairie High School graduates are living their dream as performers in New York City.
After 80 years, the Wisconsin Regional Art Program will no longer be supported by the university. The Association of Wisconsin Artists has plans to take over.
The collections of stuffed animals, science equipment, journals and photographs are part of an exhibit that runs through April 5 at the James Watrous Gallery in Overture Center.
Chazen Art Director Amy Gilman reflects on the beginning of the institution, during a chaotic and at times violent part of American history, and discusses her plans for its future following the museum's 50th anniversary.
The goal is to introduce them to ballet, to expand their movement ability and expand their social skills.
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For the fourth year, Milwaukee-based Summit Players crisscrosses the state to bring Shakespeare to audiences at 17 state park parks and recreation areas.
Destinations in the path of the Aug. 21 eclipse, which will be visible in the U.S. along a narrow path from Oregon to South Carolina, are going wild with plans for festivals, concerts and viewing parties. Enter your address to see how close you will be to the action.