Arts & Theater News
“Little Miss Sunshine” is about a journey, in more ways than one. The musical play got its start as a movie – filmed with an $8 million budget, grossing more than $100 million and winning two Academy Awards in 2006 – then a few years later was retooled into a stage show by William Finn and J…
American Players Theatre will host a "pay what you like" performance and panel about "Blood Knot" on Sunday Aug. 12 to discuss a controversial casting choice.
Coon was interviewed by Cap Times arts writer Lindsay Christians as part of the American Theatre Critics Association's annual conference.
With summer programs underway, the Al. Ringling Theatre Friends group is turning its attention to a bustling slate of performances set for the 2018-19 season.
For the fourth year, Milwaukee-based Summit Players crisscrosses the state to bring Shakespeare to audiences at 17 state park parks and recreation areas.
For artist Amy Arnold, Madison’s annual Art Fair on the Square could elicit unpleasant childhood memories of sweaty days walking around Capitol Square looking at art.
It’s a humble place for a dance studio: an old barn that used to house grain and pigs, set next to an alfalfa field on a rural Dane County highway.
The Baraboo museum is hosting A Gathering of Rogues and Ruffians-Renaissance Faire on Oct. 13-14. The annual festival features re-enactments, artisans, demonstrations and other activities that hark back to medieval times.
Taylor Nordeng, 14, has never been bullied or seen bullying, but she wrote about the topic so beautifully that she won a national playwriting competition.
This concert exemplified what BDDS does best: give exemplary performances of interesting music in an unstuffy atmosphere.
Both of the leads in Capital City Theatre’s staged concert production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” have been on Broadway, and both have indirect ties to Wisconsin.
It will be the second season for American Players Theatre’s new stage up the hill, an $8 million endeavor, and there is no stopping the ambitious company.