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SPRING GALLERY CYCLE:
ON EXHIBIT THROUGH SUN, JUN 2
RECEPTION: FRI, MAY 3, 6 - 8 PM
GALLERY I
GALLERY II
GALLERY III

Folks
Jerry Butler & Shelby Kahr
Into the Light
Maryam Ladoni & Kayla Story
FUTURE HISTORY NOW:
A Retrospeculative
Simone and Max

SIMONE & MAX

THE RESIDENT ORGANIZATIONS AT OVERTURE
APR 26, 28 Rusalka: Music by Antonín Dvorák

What would you sacrifice for happily-ever-after? A water nymph falls in love with
a human prince. A witch agrees to make her human – but the spell will break if
she ever speaks.

APR 26- Ronald Dahl’s Willy Wonka
MAY 12 Charlie Bucket’s simple life is turned upside down when he finds a golden
ticket: an invitation to the Wonka Chocolate Factory!

APR 26- Uprooted: Plants in a Changing Climate
JUN 23 Five Wisconsin artists to exhibit new work focused on the diverse plant

communities under threat in Wisconsin. Reception May 17th, with artist panel
discussion at 5:30 - Exclusive brunch in the gallery with artists and their science
advisors April 28th.

MAY 4-5 Symphony of a Thousand

Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 8 is John DeMain’s 25th Anniversary season
finale. 500+ artists. 8 soloists. 3 choruses. Don’t miss it!!

MAY 10 Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra presents
Mary Mackenzie, soprano; Timothy Jones, bass

We begin our series finale with Shostakovich’ Symphony No.14, a chamber
symphony in eleven movements set to poetry by Apollinaire, Garcia Lorca and
Rilke. We conclude with the innocence and joy of youth celebrated in two charming
suites by Bizet, Jeux d’Enfants Op.22 and Claude Debussy, Petite Suite.

MAY 11 Midsummer’s Eve

As the days get longer, the dancing continues long into warm, starry nights.
Watch the next generation of dancers take to the stage in an evening celebrating
Kanopy Company 2.

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