Arts & Theater News
Ghanian artist Eric Adjetey Anang will be the first artist in residence at Thurber Park. During his residency he will build new coffins and other artwork.
The Madison Symphony welcomes Rachel Barton Pine for Khachaturian's Violin Concerto in D minor. The program includes Shostakovich's ninth symphony.
Pete Souza will show behind-the-scenes photographs and talk about his relationship with the 44th president in an upcoming presentation at the Overture Center.
When Pranav Sood arrived in Madison from his native Punjab, India, he looked for a place to live with one priority in mind: It had to be near an art museum.
The next season for Children’s Theater of Madison is all about taking risks, says company artistic director Roseann Sheridan, and for good reason: CTM is embarking on its own new, ambitious journey filled with unknowns.
Hundreds of fans of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" arrive early to purchase single tickets for the blockbuster production's upcoming three-week run at the Overture Center.
The Madison Symphony Orchestra opens its 2019-20 season this weekend with works by Barber, Wagner, Debussy and Dvořák’s Symphony No. 7.
“I work in a restaurant,” said one panelist. “Why isn’t there just a transgender character who’s a bartender? Just normalize being transgender. Because it’s normal.”
Madison's professional soccer team selected 17 local artists to create posters given to fans at Breese Stevens Field before every Forward home game.
Brick by brick, James Gubbins is working to change the look of area streets. His canvas is the exterior and interior walls of local buildings, where he commissions artists to create graffiti murals.
Al. Ringling Theater Gallery’s September exhibit, “Women who Create,” will feature a collection of works from female artists.
“The Taming,” a funny, wordy, irrationally hopeful play, kicks off the theater season at Edgewood College. It runs Sept. 13-21 in the Diane Ballweg Theatre, a black box stage in The Stream, and stars three talented, hard-working sophomores.
A desire to have a name that better reflected its mission, vision, programs, and audience, prompted VSA Wisconsin to start the name-change process. The statewide nonprofit organization announced its new name – Arts for All Wisconsin – in a public ceremony Aug. 25.
VSA Wisconsin, formerly known as VSA arts of Wisconsin, and before that, as Very Special Arts Wisconsin, is now Arts for All Wisconsin. The 34-year-old organization, which aims to involve individuals with disabilities in the arts, revealed its new name at a Sunday celebration. This new name …
Maybe you haven’t done a do-si-do since high school gym class. But there’s an entire community out there that wants to teach you how to square dance.
32 individual artists and two groups working in collaboration are in the 2019 Wisconsin Triennial, a statewide survey of contemporary art opening in October at MMoCA.
The story of "Hephaestus," the Greek god you've never heard of and likely can't pronounce on the first try, is being staged by Music Theatre of Madison.
In a studio above Hurts Donut Company, Central Midwest Ballet Academy students rehearse for their upcoming production, “Pineapple Poll.” The show runs Aug. 17-18 at The Mitby Theater and is half of a Gilbert and Sullivan program with the Madison Savoyards.
Central Midwest Ballet Academy, a 4-year-old dance school in Middleton, pairs a comedic ballet with the Madison Savoyards summer show, “Trial By Jury.”