RASHOMON by Fay Kanin and Michael Kanin Directed by David Furumoto Presented by University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Department of Theatre and Drama / University Theatre In a forest grove, a samurai is found dead, his wife assaulted, and a notorious bandit is captured. But as the mystery of the crime unfolds, witnesses tell very different stories […]
In the fifth century B.C.E., the City of Athens was laid low with a terrible plague that killed many of the Ancient Greek city’s citizens. In 1998, researchers extracted dental pulp from bodies found in an ancient cemetery unearthed during excavations for the 2004 Olympics. The researchers were able to identify the disease that laid […]
This happens to be the second Monday of the summer on-air Pledge Drive — But it really features “Weird Wisconsin,” a one-act play by TAPIT/New Works in collaboration with guest artists who have been working with the Whitehorse Middle School Drama club. It’s about the amazing history of little-known Wisconsin women. The play was for performance at Whitehorse […]
Members of Broom Street Theater introduce the ten new plays of the 2013 season, describe the remainder of the 2012 season, and explore the joys and challenges of experimental theater in the current period. Call in and join the conversation!