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Tickets to University Events

Artists Series, Forum, and Theatre Productions, Fall 2016

SSS program participants may request a ticket to these performances by calling the SSS office at 715-836-4542.  Please call by noon of the workday prior to the performance. Tickets must be picked up at the SSS office,Old Library 2136, by 4:30 on the day of the performance.





Sept 21
7:30 pm

Forum Lecture: David Madland "A 100 Year Reflection on Income Inequality"

David Madland, the author of Hollowed Out:  Why the Economy Doesn't Work without a Strong Middle Class, will address the history of income inequality in the United States.

Schofield Auditorium


Oct 11
7:30 pm




Artist Series:  Alvin Ailey II

Alvin Ailey II, the junior ensemble of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, will perform diverse works from the company's repertoire.


Davies,     Ojibwe Ballroom


Oct 13-15
Oct 19-22
7:30 pm

Shipwrecked!  by Donald Margulies

A play which its author described as "a story about the power of storytelling," Shipwrecked! focuses on a Victorian man's tale of being a castaway in the South Pacific, complete with buried treasure and cannibals.

Kjer Theatre

Nov 9
7:30 pm

Artists Series:  Native Pride Dancers

Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig will speak about institutional corruption in Congress and what can be done to improve the situation.


Nov 16
7:30 pm

Forum Lecture:  Rick Steves "European Takes on America's War on Marijuana"

Rick Steves, one of the country's leading authorities on European travel, will discuss European approaches to marijuana policy that emphasize harm reduction instead of criminalization.

Schofield Auditorium

Dec 8
7:30 pm

Artists Series: Lightwire Theater:  A Very Electric Christmas

Music by Nat King Cole, Mariah Carey, and Tchaikovsky is featured in this entertaining performance about a young bird traveling south for the winter who loses his way in a snow storm and ends up at the North Pole.

Davies, Ojibwe Ballroom

Dec 6-10

7:30 pm

Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire

Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Rabbit Hole focuses on the attempts of a couple to cope with the loss of their young son.