2020-2021 Season

SEASON SUBSCRIPTIONS

Celebrating 20 years of visibility

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Laced
September 24 - October 9, 2021
WISCONSIN PREMIERE

By Samantha Mueller

Directed by Amy Rowland

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH Teatro Décimo Piso

PRESENTED WITH SPANISH SUBTITLES

The night after a queer bar outside of Tampa, Florida, is vandalized, three twenty-something bartenders gather to grieve, riot, and above all, piece together the events of the night before. But as these three friends process the violation of their space, they must decide if it is healthier to understand what happened or to just clean up and move on. Fiery, poetic, and up-to-the-minute contemporary, LACED ferociously celebrates the spaces in which we find our truest selves and the spectrum of ways the LGBTQ community comes together in the face of hate. 

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Priscilla: Queen of the Desert
April 8 - April 30, 2022

Book By Stephan Elliot & Allan Scott

Directed by Jay Gile

Music Direction by Dr. J Adam Shelton

Choreography by Craig Schlagel

Based on the smash-hit movie, PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT is the heartwarming, uplifting adventure of three friends, Tick, Bernadette and Adam, a glamorous Sydney-based performing trio who agree to take their show to the middle of the Australian outback. They hop aboard a battered old bus (nicknamed Priscilla) searching for love and friendship and end up finding more than they ever imagined. With a dazzling array of outrageous hit parade of dance floor favorites including “It’s Raining Men,” “I Will Survive,” “Hot Stuff,” “Boogie Wonderland,” “Go West,” “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” and “I Love The Nightlife,” this wildly fresh and funny musical is a journey to the heart of FABULOUS!

 

Performance Venue: Drury Stage, Bartell Community Theatre 

SUPPORT FOR "PRISCILLA" IS PROVIDED BY JIM HARTMAN'S STATE FARM AGENCY

AND THE NEW HARVEST FOUNDATION.

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HIR
POSTPONED: DATES TBD
WISCONSIN PREMIERE

By Taylor Mac

Directed by Michael Rebekah Fleishman

After a dishonorable discharge from the military, Isaac returns home from Afghanistan, expecting to confront his abusive father, protect his mother and sister, and relax into his old bedroom. His expectations are dashed, as he walks into a different kind of chaos. Father Arnold, having suffered a stroke, has turned into a helpless, childlike creature. Mother Paige, excited by this overthrow of the patriarchy, refuses to clean, and treats Arnold like a baby. And little sister Max, having come out as transgender, has begun to grow a beard. When waning male privilege and PTSD collide with clown makeup, acceptance of gender neutrality, and radical Faerie commune dreams, the result is explosive. 

Performance Venue: Drury Stage, Bartell Community Theatre

SUPPORT FOR "HIR" IS PROVIDED IN PART BY THE DANE COUNTY ARTS COMMISSION

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