Bartell Theatre, 113 E. Mifflin Street, Madison WI
July 26-28 & August 2-4, 2012 at 7:30 PM each evening
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PARADE - The case that enraged a nation: the Leo Frank story comes to life. Part mystery, part courtroom drama, and part love story, Parade is a thrilling work of musical theatre not to be missed. Select performance, including a special event on July 29th, will include guest speaker Matthew Bernstein, author of Screening A Lynching: The Leo Frank Case on Film and Television.
Directed by Meghan Randolph, with music direction by Jake Aebly and Choreography by Marin Johnson, performances will be held on July 26, 27 & 28 and August 2, 3, & 4, 2012 at 7:30 PM. Tickets to the performances are available online at Brown Paper Tickets, by calling , or at the door beginning one hour prior to each performance.
On July 29, 2012 at 6 PM, a special program of Parade will be held Tickets for this special program are available exclusively to the Jewish Federation of Madison community until July 2nd. For more information about MTM's special program in association with the Jewish Federation of Madison, please visit this link: MTM presents Parade for the Jewish Federation of Madison.
For more information about Parade, please visit: MTM presents Parade.
Big River - Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn
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Big River - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Oregon Straw Hat Players are pleased to announce Big River - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn showing July 30, 2011 - August 6, 2011 at the Oregon School District Arts Center, 465 North Perry Parkway, Oregon, Wisconsin.
Tickets are on sale now ($11 plus service charges in advance for reserved seats) or at the door for $13. You can purchase tickets and select your reserved seats online at: Reserved Seat Tickets to Big River (opens the OSHP's ticket center in a new window).
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john and jen
This truly original tale of a woman named Jen and the two John's of her life (her younger brother and her son) touches audiences of all ages as it deals with life's greatest challenges...love, family, growing up, death, and acceptance, all through a simple, intimate world created by two actors. john & jen left audiences in tears night after night and is truly a special piece that remains in one's heart forever.
Music Theatre of Madison, , made tickets available at the door and online prior to the performances. Performances were at 7:00 PM on JULY 10 & 17 (food began at 6 PM), at 1:30 PM on JULY 13 & 20 (food began at 11 AM). Performances were held at The West Side Club, 437 Cty. Hwy. M, Madison, Wisconsin.
Reservations were recommended and preferred. Performances on Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoon matinees included horse d'oeuvres or brunch.
tick... tick... bOOM!
"Am I cut out to spend my time this way? With only so much time to spend, don't want to waste the time I'm given. Have it all, play the game, some recommend. I'm afraid it just might be time to give in."
In July 2008, Music Theatre of Madison presented the production for 'Tick, Tick, Boom'. For more information, click the above link or call .
Music Theatre Idol 2008
Music Theatre of Madison announces the second annual Music Theatre Idol 2008 contest slated for June 10, 2008 at the West Side Club in Madison, WI. Voting begins at 7:00 PM CT.
SECOND ANNUAL MUSIC THEATRE IDOL COMPETITION HELD IN JUNE
Music Theatre of Madison, a professional theatre embarking on its third season, will host its second annual “Music Theatre Idol” competition on June 10, 2008 at The West Side Club, 437 Cty Hwy M. in Madison. The contest is open to the public and singers ages 15 and up may enter. Tickets are $8 for audience members and $12 for contestants. A cash bar serving alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages will be available. The evening is sponsored by Van Wagner and Wood and Orange Tree Imports.
Based on the popular television show, Music Theatre Idol serves as a fundraiser for Music Theatre of Madison’s upcoming summer season. The preliminary round, closed to the public, will begin at 6:00pm. Singers who wish to enter must sing a short musical theatre song a capella for the judges. After hearing all the singers, the judges will narrow the contestants down to the top ten. At 7:00pm, the doors open to the public, who will watch the top ten perform and vote to narrow the selection to the top three. The top three will perform a final time, and the audience will vote for the winner. The top ten and top three contestants will choose their performance pieces from a list of pre selected songs, available on the theatre’s website. All participants will receive prizes donated by local businesses.
According to artistic director Meghan Randolph, the contest “is meant to be an evening of fun, laughter and applause. We want everyone to feel like a superstar because we are so grateful to everyone who helps us promote our season. Plus, we like to give opportunities to people who just love to get up and sing!”
Singers may enter online at www.musictheatreofmadison.com. Tickets for audience members will be sold at the door. The evening will be hosted by Music Theatre of Madison founder Meghan Randolph and judged by three local singers, who are, according to Randolph “nowhere near as mean but just as crazy as Simon, Paula, and Randy!”
For complete information, song list and entry details, please visit www.musictheatreofmadison.com or call .
Christmas musical in madison wisconsin
DECEMBER 2007 A Music Theatre Christmas, presented by Music Theatre of Madison, will show December 8th and 9th at the Grand Hall at Meriter Main gate, 333 W. Main Street, Madison, Wisconsin.
The Sound of Music
Featuring Acclaimed Mezzo Soprano Kitt Reuter-Foss, and Co-starring Tracey A. Wood
The Sound of Music, based on a true story, has captured the hearts of children and adults since its beginnings as a broadway hit. It is one of the many education-focused cultural events featured during 2007 by the Music Theatre of Madison (Wisconsin). [About The Sound of Music] Rodgers and Hammerstein's final musical collaboration is one of the best known musicals of all time and inspired an Academy Award winning film version starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer. The score features favorites such as "Climb Every Mountain", "Eidelweiss", "My Favorite Things", "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" and, of course, "The Sound of Music".
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Assassins - Music Theatre of Madison, a new professional theatre, will continue its summer season of musicals based on true stories with the Stephen Sondheim cult classic Assassins, August 3-4 and 9-11 at 7:30pm and August 5th at 2:00pm. The musical will be performed at the [Map to Norman Mitby Theatre, on the MATC Truax Campus, 3550 Anderson Street, in Madison].
Van Wagner & Wood, S.C.
One North Pinckney Street, Suite 300
Madison, Wisconsin 53701-00088
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