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Tickets to University Events

Artists Series, Forum, and Theatre Productions, Spring 2016

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.

 

Date

Event

Location

Wednesday
Feb 3
7:30 pm

Forum Lecture: Eric Hipple, "Real Men Do Cry"

Former NFL Quarterback Eric Hipple, who lost a son to suicide, will speak about the dangers of depression and the importance of resilience.

Schofield Auditorium

 

Tuesday
Feb 9
7:30 pm

 

 

 

Artist Series:  Milwaukee Ballet

Twenty young dancers from across the world will perform three new works by major international choreographers, including Lee-Wei Chao.

Zorn Arena

Feb 25-27
March 2-5
7:30 pm

Cabaret

Set in Berlin in the 1930's as the Nazis are gaining power, Cabaret tells the story of a singer at the racy Kit Kat Klub. 

Kjer Theatre

Wednesday
March 2
7:30 pm

Forum Lecture: Lawrence Lessig, "Republic, Lost:  How Money Corrupts Congress--And a Plan to Stop It"

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

Schofield
Auditorium

Tuesday
Mar 8
7:30 pm

Artists Series:  Black Oak Ensemble

This string ensemble blends traditional and classical music from a variety of cultures, creating an innovative sound that has gained rave reviews.

Gantner Concert Hall

Wednesday
Apr 6
7:30 pm

Forum Lecture: Reza Aslan, "Beyond Fundamentalism:  Religion, Tolerance, and the Modern World"

Bestselling author Reza Aslan has argued for religious freedom and the protection of religious minorities throughout the Middle East.

Schofield
Auditorium

Apr 14-16
Apr 20-23
7:30 pm

Roustabout:  The Great Circus Train Wreck by Jay Torrence

This play focuses on the victims of a tragic train wreck in 1918, when the engineer of a military train fell asleep and crashed through a circus train, killing dozens of circus workers and performers.

Riverside
Theatre

 

Tuesday
Apr 21
7:30 pm

Artists Series:  To Kill a Mockingbird

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird tells of a girl growing up in the American South of the 1930s against a background of prejudice and racial injustice.

Schofield Auditorium

 

Thurs-Sat
May 5-7
7:30 pm

Danceworks 16

This annual performance of faculty and guest-artist works will feature global dance forms, movement theatre, and contemporary concert dance.

Kjer Theater