Jacki Whisenant describes the overarching theme of Not To Scale, her joint show with fellow artist Rob Lundberg, as “thinking about the environment on a larger and smaller scale.” On display through September 1 at the Overture Center’s Gallery III, the show combines Whisenant’s illustrated and cut-paper depictions of aquatic insects with Lundberg’s mutli-media explorations […]
In 2010, an Enbridge pipeline spilled one million gallons of tar sands oil into the Kalamazoo River, a tributary of Lake Michigan. Dane County wants Enbridge to carry extra insurance in case of a similar disaster with the pipeline here; Enbridge has taken to the courts to remove this requirement. For the first segment of […]
The management of Overture Center for the Arts has managed to upstage their run of Miss Saigon even before a note’s been sung. In response to objections over problematic narratives in Miss Saigon, the story of a romance between a young Vietnamese woman and an American G.I. during the Vietnam War, the Overture Center partnered […]
Ed Holmes is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the Overture Center, where he works to connect and serve Madison’s diverse communities. Photo courtesy Overture Center.
I was fortunate enough to get to spend a little time today talking with Rhonda Ross as she prepares to be in Madison for the “Diana Ross: In The Name Of Love” tour, this Thursday, July 28th at The Overture Center. We discussed how easy it was for her to have the foundation of a […]
Morning Buzz host Jonathan Zarov interviews Madison area actor, director and musician, and frequent performer/collaborator at Forward Theater Company, Jake Penner. Forward Theater has been exploring new territory with their production choices this season, and Mr. Burns is no different. “This play is like nothing we’ve done before,” said FTC’s Artistic Director, Jennifer Uphoff Gray. […]