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The World War II uniforms, long, flowing dresses and swing music of the 1940s and '50s will be back in style in April 26 at VetsRoll's annual hangar dance in Beloit.
Craig High School English teacher Lindsay Swanson believes Mitch Albom's play “And the Winner Is…” has something that appeals to everyone.
Jim Tropp has directed the rock opera "Jesus Christ Superstar" multiple times, the last time in 2010. His current show resurrects the 2010 team of Tropp as director, Rich Hoffman as Jesus and Ryan Rammelt as Judas--a combination Tropp loves.
News of Jimmy Buffett tickets going on sale Monday, April 14, tops our entertainment roundup this week. Buffett and his Coral Reefer Band will perform Aug. 23 at Alpine Valley Music Theatre.
Sam Gulotta was thrilled when he found out Parker High School planned to stage “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Gulotta and other student actors were eager to take on the complex issues the play presents, including domestic abuse and alcoholism.
Mary Knippelberg loves Wisconsin's state dance so much, she's willing to fly from California to the Badger Stage just to polka. The occasion: Polkafest in Janesville.
A funny and tender collection of relationship vignettes form the musical comedy “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change” at UW-Rock County in Janesville.
Marek Kossiba will show more than 40 of his original paintings in a new exhibit, "Contemplations of the Female Form,” at Raven's Wish Gallery in Janesville.
You raise your glass to life, family, your favorite sports team. But what will you drink? Read “Locally Brewed” by Anna Blessing and get some new ideas.
The Penn and Teller documentary “Tim's Vermeer,” which opens Friday, March 14, at Madison's Sundance Cinemas, has a surprisingly local connection: Teresa Nguyen.
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