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When sportswriter Mitch Albom wrote a book about his favorite college professor, Morrie Schwartz, he had no idea how it would be received. The book became a best-seller and spawned a play, which Stage One will present March 13-16 and 21-23 at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
Milton High School will be transformed into a mythical community in the northeastern United States when the theater program presents “Almost, Maine” next weekend.
Parker High School teacher Andrew Holmes decided it was time to spice things up.That's how he brainstormed the idea for a 10-minute play festival, which opens Friday at Parker with nine speedy plays.
When L'Atelier Art Studio opened in 1987, its French name explained its mission: It was a hands-on workshop for artists. That tradition continues today, despite lower class attendance and ownership changes.
About a year ago, local playwrights and actors showed they had the chops to write and present five original plays in just 24 hours. This year, those theater folks will have company in their late-night antics.
The Beloit International Film Festival has always showcased great work by students. This year, a group of UW-Milwaukee filmmakers will be part of the mix, demonstrating how the next generation creates art.
Bob Murray has some Valentine's Day advice for you lonely singles out there: Get out of your comfort zone and change your attitude.
Perhaps the Milton Optimist Club couldn't decide which fairy tale it wanted to spotlight in this year's Kids on Stage production. No matter. “The Princess Who Had No Name” is like a convention for fairy tale characters.
Most of us would feel nothing but terror if we met a zombie. But Janesville Parker students think zombies are capable of more. They're having fun with the undead in a new musical, "Zombie Prom."
Hundreds of kites will take to the skies over Delavan starting Friday, Feb. 14, as part of a new winter festival called Sky Circus on Ice.
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