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UWMC Theatre will present its production of Stop Kiss at the UWMC Center for Civic Engagement Black Box Theatre
625 Stewart Avenue, Wausau WI, from February 4-6, 2012. Show are at 7:30 pm on Friday and Saturday and at 2:00 pm on Sunday. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for Seniors & Students, and free to UWMC Students. All tickets are general admission (but seriously, it’s a black box. There is no room for bad seats…)(On the other hand, seriously, it’s a black box. There’s not much room, period, so get there early…). Call the Office of Student Services at 715-261-6235 for tickets, or purchase them at the door.
As fair warning to those concerned, this show does include some explicit language. So leave the kids at home.
Although the central relationship in this show is a growing interest between two women, and the driving event in the action is an assault they suffer when they are seen kissing in public, this isn’t a show about homosexuality, or about gay-bashing. The New York Times’ Ben Brantley described it as, “a gentle, affectionate work, with a blithe sense of comedy that brings to mind early episodes of ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show.’ Imagine Rhoda and Mary slowly Read Full Article −>
The University of Wisconsin – Marathon County Theatre Department’s 2011-2012 season has a little bit of everything. A little bit of Monica in my life, a little bit of Erica by my side, a little bit of….
Sorry. That won’t happen again.
Things open in September with The Return of the NEOFUTURISTS and TOO MUCH LIGHT MAKES THE BABY GO BLIND, a sort of theatrical free for all made up of short vignettes that got it’s start here this past fall. The new version will feature scripts written by UWMC students, adding another dimension of intrigue to an already intriguing theatrical experience. In November, they’ll take on nineteenth century Norwegian morality with Henrik Ibsen’s 1882 play, Ghosts. Of course, there’s a reason we’re still staging 19th century shows, and there will certainly be much more on that here when the time comes. With Stop Kiss in February, the UWMC Theatre Department will take on twentieth century American morality with this 1998 show about sexual mores and the human condition.
The season will close in April with a world premier Read Full Article −>