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Wisconsin Union Theater

Great History. Bright Future.

The Wisconsin Union Theater remains on the road for the 2013-2014 Season as it gears up for its reopening in fall 2014. More information about the renovation project is available here.

 

 

Featured Events

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Monday, Apr 21, 7:30 PM
Union South - The Marquee

General Public: $12 Wisconsin Union Members: $10 UW Faculty/Staff: $10 UW-Madison Students: $5 Pre-Show Dinner Prices: $17 Pre-show dinners are located at Varsity Hall III, Union South, 5:30pm

Travel Adventure Series: Lost Worlds of the Middle East, with Rick RayThis film represents Rick Ray's personal journey in words and images on the essential nature of the Middle East. It is an attempt to get to the heart of some of the sources of conflict between and within these nations. Mostly it is an attempt to give the viewer a sense of the people and culture than one cannot find on CNN.


Tuesday, Apr 22, 7:30 PM
Union South - The Marquee

General Public: $12 Wisconsin Union Members: $10 UW Faculty/Staff: $10 UW-Madison Students: $5 Pre-Show Dinner Prices: $17 Pre-show dinners are located at Varsity Hall III, Union South, 5:30pm

Travel Adventure Series: Lost Worlds of the Middle East, with Rick RayThis film represents Rick Ray's personal journey in words and images on the essential nature of the Middle East. It is an attempt to get to the heart of some of the sources of conflict between and within these nations. Mostly it is an attempt to give the viewer a sense of the people and culture than one cannot find on CNN.


Thursday, May 01, 8:00 PM
Music Hall

General Public: $15 Wisconsin Union Member: $10 UW Madison Faculty and Staff: $10 Student (any): $5 UW Madison Student (w/ID): $5 Prices are subject to change. Buy your tickets early.

Isthmus Jazz Series: Brian LynchGrammy Award-winning trumpeter Brian Lynch is ready to jazz up Music Hall on May 1, 2014. Born in Illinois and raised in Milwaukee, Lynch has traveled the world over. He made a name for himself performing and composing, all the while working with big names like the Horace Silver Quintet, the Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra, Angel Canales, Hector LaVoe, and Eddie Palmieri. He has been on the music faculty at the University of Miami and New York University, and directed workshops in Harvard University, The Eastman School of Music, Dartmouth University, the University of North Texas, and Columbia University.


Tuesday, May 06, 7:30 PM
Humanities Building - Mills Hall

General Public: $32 Memorial Union Member: $28 UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $28 Non UW-Madison Students: $28 UW-Madison Student (with ID): FREE Youth: Family Savings Event! $14 with purchase of adult ticket .

Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel: Mistresses and MasterpiecesFor the 26th consecutive season, Jeffrey Siegel presents his entertaining and informative concerts with commentary. He speaks to the audience briefly and in non-technical language before performing each composition in its entirety. The program will conclude with a Q and A. Music inspired by "significant others." Love-inspired compositions of Chopin, Schumann, Brahms, and Liszt.


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