This week, Overture Center director of education and community outreach Tim Sauers accompanies two Wisconsin high schoolers to the National High School Musical Theater Awards in New York City.
Sheridan Hearn and Sam Burns will perform on Monday evening at the Minskoff Theatre on Broadway.
Two productions that had their premieres locally — Rafael Casal's "The Limp" and "Z-Town: The Zombie Musical" — head to fringe festivals this summer.
Queer Shorts 7, an evening of 11 short, mostly comic plays, runs at the Bartell Theatre through June 9.
A Tommy Awards student critic loved the last performance of the season in Overture Hall, the improv-based "Whose Live Anyway?"
Tommy Awards student critic Jesse Bossingham, a senior at Clinton High School, offers this review of the Madison Symphony Orchestra's final performance of the 2011-12 season, "Fascinating Rhythms." ...
The second iteration of "Are We Delicious?" at the Bartell Theatre features eight comic plays, including supervillains, werewolves, single ladies and Jesus.
LAKE MILLS – Columbus scored late runs in both games of Friday’s Northern Capitol baseball doubleheader to sweep Lake Mills.
CEDARBURG – Mariah Weinberger broke her own Beaver Dam track and field record in the pole vault with a winning effort of 10 feet, 3 inches at Friday’s Cedarburg Invitational.
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