Since March, theaters across Madison have turned on the ghost light, a single light to keep the stage lit between performances. Features contributor Katie Howard learned what the Bartell Community Theater Foundation is doing to power its ghost light. Click here for more information about Bartell Theater.
For the 6th year in a row, a group of writers, directors, and actors will meet at the Bartell Theater on December 30th — that’s later today — to pick names and writing challenges out of a hat. Just 24 hours later, on the last night of the year, the show hits the boards in […]
The Left of Left Center Theater Troupe is committed to presenting “intellectually stimulating characters and dialogue and original scripts.” For four years now, they’ve been presenting their “Beta Blocker” series of short plays. This year, they’re presenting “Reverse Gossip” featuring scenes by Ned O’Reilly and monologues by Barrie Cole. Writer/Director Ned O’Reilly, Actor/Producer Jason Compton […]
Learn about Robert Gard, an early champion of community arts programs, at this discussion featuring his daughter, arts advocate Maryo Gard Ewell, in conversation with theatre producer Sarah Marty. Come view a community art project at 1pm and stay for the discussion and a music performance at 2pm. Free! For more information about Robert Gard […]
When Janet and Katherine decided that their father couldn’t live alone anymore, they had no idea what they were getting into! What Frank moves into is an elderly community by day, and something else by night. When you walk into a room, you’ll never know what to expect, that is, if you can remember why […]
LunART Festival is excited to present “That’s What She Said,” a show like no other in Madison!!! That’s What She Said is a story-share production in which local women share real stories about their fears, their joys, their lives. Created in 2014, it is produced by The Bricks Theatre (Madison, WI) and directed by Molly […]