Overture Center announces Broadway will return to Madison with a rescheduled 2021/22 Broadway season
In a special live virtual announcement this evening with Broadway at Overture season subscribers, Overture Center revealed its 2021/22 Broadway at Overture lineup of shows. Most 2020/21 shows were rescheduled to the 2021/22 season, and HAIRSPRAY was added. Along with these changes, we are thrilled to announce HAMILTON will return to Madison as the final show of the 2021/22 season. Unfortunately, Disney’s THE LION KING and OKLAHOMA! were not able to be rescheduled, and we hope to present them in a future season.
Overture Center exceeds its $1.5 million Intermission Campaign goal
Overture Center for the Arts is deeply grateful to the Madison-area community for the outpouring of generosity and support during our Intermission Campaign.
Broadway Across America and Overture Center shine a light on essential workers in our community
Overture Center in collaboration with Broadway Across America has announced five winners of its “Nominate a Star Contest,” shining a spotlight on essential workers in our community.
Overture Center announces preservation plans
The Executive Leadership Team has evaluated several options aimed at financial preservation. As we created this framework for the future, it was critical to support all the people involved, from our employees to our patrons. We also considered how to best address the needs of our building and our resident arts companies while recognizing their independence. The framework for our plan to move forward was approved by Overture’s Board of Directors.
Overture Center announces staffing reductions
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a worldwide impact on businesses and individuals. The arts industry thrives on bringing people together through the arts. Closures were necessary to protect public health and while state economies are reopening, the entertainment and hospitality sectors are expected to be the last to recover.
Overture Center Sustains Damage Friday, Saturday Nights
No injuries, but significant damage to the building, MMoCA Gift Shop
Overture Center launches 2020/21 season, invites community to “See What Moves You”
Overture Center for the Arts is pleased to announce its 2020/21 season, featuring the best of Broadway, national and international performers, music from multiple cultures, an America’s Got Talent finalist and so much more!
Overture Center's 2020 Spring Match Campaign has Begun!
All gifts made to Overture by TUE, JUN 30, 2020, will be matched by our Local Legend and Corporate Champion up to $200,000.
Student Critics Review The Color Purple
Student critics studying with local writer Lindsay Christians reviewed COLOR PURPLE in Overture Hall recently. Here’s some of what they had to say!
Honoring the Earth at Overture
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day at Overture Center with environment-themed shows, exhibits and special events throughout April.
Overture Center celebrates the life of former CEO and President Sandra Gajic
A Celebration of Life for Sandra Gajic, the CEO and president of the Overture Center for the Arts who passed away on December 6 after a seven-month battle with cancer, will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 2 p.m. in the Overture Hall Lobby with light desserts and coffee/tea in Promenade Terrace afterward. Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. with the celebration free and open to the public.
Sandra Gajic, president and CEO of Overture Center for the Arts, dies at age 66
Sandra Gajic, president and CEO of Overture Center for the Arts, died today after a seven-month battle with cancer. She was 66. Surrounded by her children, Ivana and Vedran, daughter-in-law, Janin, and extended family and friends, Gajic passed away while being treated at Agrace Hospice in Fitchburg.
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