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Monty Python's SPAMALOT

in collaboration with the Wisconsin Union Theater

 August 5-7, 2016 at the Wisconsin Union Theater

Final Performance: Sunday, August 7 at 2 pm

Based on the 1975 Monty Python film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Monty Python’s Spamalot answers the question “What happens when you cross a Monty Python enthusiast with a musical theatre geek?” Winner of three Tony awards, including Best Musical, Monty Python’s Spamalot will have you laughing out loud and singing “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” on your way out of the Wisconsin Union Theater.

Tickets for the final performance of SPAMALOT are available online any time.  The Memorial Union Box Office will open for in person sales and phone sales (608-265-2787) at Noon.  Run time: approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes

Learn more about this production.

 

FST Producing Artistic Director Sarah Marty featured with other arts leaders in The Isthmus

For the June 30 cover story for The Isthmus, Arts Editor Catherine Capellaro interviewed artistic directors for "Front and Center: Meet the women makinig theater in Madison."  In addition to FST Producing Director Sarah Marty, the article features Brenda DeVita from American Players Theater, Jennifer Uphoff Gray from Forward Theater, Jessica Lanius from Theatre LILA, Meghan Randolph from Music Theatre of Madison, Heather Renken from Broom Street, and others.

Read the full article.

 

FST earns "Best of 2015" Honors

An excerpt from "From Mormons to Stella!: The 10 Top Arts Performances of 2015"

Adam Guettel’s affecting chamber musical may not one that most theatergoers fall in love with on the first listen (like the sweet “She Loves Me,” for example). Yet this production ["The Light in the Piazza"] by Four Seasons Theatre, staged earlier this month in the Overture Center Playhouse, deftly captured the unfamiliar beauty of Italy and conflicting emotions of its characters. Under the direction of David Ronis, Tamara Brognano and Abby Nichols were believable as mother and daughter, each grappling with love and loss in a strange new place.  

by Lindsay Christians, The Capital Times

Support Four Seasons Theatre

For over 10 years, Four Seasons Theatre has consistently produced professional musical theatre in Madison.  In our last season alone, we reached more than 7500 community members through our outreach concerts and ticketed performances and we employed 275 local performers, musicians, designers, and technicians.  In Summer 2014, Kiss Me, Kate, our 33rd production, reopened the Wisconsin Union Theater and kicked off their 75th anniversary season.  Our December 2014 production of Assassins was selected as a Best of the Arts by The Isthmus and our December 2015 production of The Light in the Piazza was selected as one of "The Top Ten Arts Performances of 2015" by The Capital Times.

Please consider taking a moment to show your support for Four Seasons Theatre.

 

Acknowledgements for our 2015-16 Season

Thank you to the Pleasant Rowland Fund for Theater from the Madison Community Foundation for their support of The Light in the Piazza and our community outreach series.  A huge thank you to our 2015-2016 season sponsors Wisconsin Public Television, Wisconsin Public Radio, and Park Printing Solutions.

 

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