Student Critics Take on Wicked
Every year, a handful of aspiring arts writers and critics join the Tommy Awards Student Critics program. They attend performances of Broadway shows, touring dance and music companies and local arts groups, including Overture’s resident companies. Under the direction of Capital Times arts writer Lindsay Christians, they learn to take in these performances with a critical eye and ear and to produce honest, well-written reviews.
Join us for a Chicago theater road trip to Matilda on Saturday, April 2
We’re loading up the bus for the third Cocktails with Tim theater trip to Chicago!
Just two chances to see Seven Chances: Duck Soup Cinema Returns with the Keaton Classic
Overture’s silent film series, Duck Soup Cinema, gets underway for the 2015/16 season with the Buster Keaton 1925 classic Seven Chances on Saturday, October 24, with a matinee screening at 2 pm and an evening showing at 7 pm.
Up and Comer, Tour Veteran Named “Rising Stars”
At the end of an incredible show featuring 22 local acts giving their all in front of more than 630 people, 18-year-old singer/songwriter Charles Scott Yeager and 30-year-old singer and trumpet player John Parker DeHaven earned the title of Overture’s Rising Star on Saturday night.
Madison Unique Lives - Intelligent Entertainment for Women
North America’s Foremost Women’s Lecture Series is thrilled to present its inaugural season at the Capitol Theater.
National Geographic Live Returns
Got kids? Bring 'em to the Rotunda!
Studies show that children who are exposed to the arts enjoy greater success in school and go on to become more creative, productive employees in adulthood….also, it’s almost winter, and you will want to get them out of the house!
Meet Emily and Rayven, our 2015 Jimmy Award nominees!
Two student performers from the Milwaukee area, both recipients of Overture’s Tommy Awards for Outstanding Lead Performance, will represent Wisconsin in the weeklong National High School Musical Awards competition in New York City later this month.
Make Music Madison: Rock the Dock on Sunday, June 21
Overture Center is proud to host Make Music Madison, our city’s annual one-day free, outdoor music festival. We’ll help create the continuous wall of music that will surround the city that Sunday.
Celebrate the Return of Mamma Mia! with Opening Night Wedding
Up to four local couples will exchange vows in a ceremony before the opening night performance of Mamma Mia!, the hit musical featuring the music of pop supergroup ABBA, and you’re invited to celebrate with cake and dancing after the show on Tuesday, April 28.
Overture teams up with American Red Cross to help patients in need
Overture Center and the American Red Cross invite you to take center stage and help save a life by donating blood. Let’s “come together” and “with a little help from our friends,” we can help save lives on April 2.
One more chance to get tickets to The Book of Mormon
The production will conduct a pre-show lottery at the box office, making twenty tickets available for each performance at $25 apiece.
Contact us anytime!