Monday
Nov242014

Up Next: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE and LAVINIA

Don't miss Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer Prize winning modern classic about Li'l Bit learning the rules of the road from her Uncle Peck.  This powerful, sweet, generous, and surprisingly funny play deals with issues of child abuse in a disconcertingly compelling way.  For Mature Audiences.  How I Learned to Drive.  Running February 27 - March 14, 2015 on the Evjue Stage! More information.

Then, running for one weekend (March 19 - 21, 2015), is Lavinia, a special event!  This is the premiere of a play written by Betty Diamond, originally commissioned by the Director of State Courts Office of the State of Wisconsin, and the Office of the Chief Justice of the State of Wisconsin, telling the story of Lavinia Goodell, the first woman admitted to practice law in Wisconsin.  Produced with the Wisconsin Law Foundation and funded in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council (with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the State of Wisconsin).  There will be talk-backs with local women of note surrounding each performance.  More information.

Thursday
Nov132014

They're Raving about MTG's GROSS INDECENCY

"MTG's production …, to put it simply, is enchanting, heart breaking, and explores the innermost soul of a man taken too soon from this world."

- Amanda Finn, Broadway World Online

"[Dennis] Yadon performed the role [of Oscar Wilde] with more dignity and grace than anyone could have asked for.  Yadon's gift for existing in the moment is one that many actors spend their lives striving for, but few achieve." 

- Aaron R. Conklin, Madison Magazine

 

Tickets: Online or by calling 608-661-9696

 

Sunday
Oct122014

Opening November 7, GROSS INDECENCY

This critically acclaimed off-Bway hit uses court transcripts, personal correspondence, interviews and other source materials to recreate the tragic fall of the once-reigning wit of London, Oscar Wilde.  By Moises Kaufman, author of The Laramie Project.  

Directed by Steve Noll.  

 Tickets: 608-661-9696 or online.  More information.