Celebrating 10 years of Four Seasons Theatre!
Help us kick off a year of 10th anniversary activities with a 1920s costume party, The Bootlegger's Ball, at The Majestic Theatre. Enjoy fantastic cocktails and break out your Charleston as you dance the night away to sets by the hot jazz band Southside Aces and singers and musicians from Four Seasons Theatre. Tickets are only $20, a portion of the proceeds will support Four Seasons Theatre. Advance purchase recommended. Learn more.
Kiss Me, Kate
August 22-24, 2014 at the Wisconsin Union Theater
Four Seasons Theatre returns to the Wisconsin Union Theater after two full years of building renovation. The Union Theater opened in 1939 with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne’s touring Broadway production of The Taming of the Shrew. How better to kick off the Union Theater’s 75th season than with the musical version of this classic story - Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate!
Tickets will go on sale in June 2014 through the Wisconsin Union Theater Box Office.
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Great Dames Songbook
March 7-9, 2014 in Promenade Hall at Overture
Great Dames: Leading Ladies of Stage and Screen is the latest installment in our Great American Songbook series. A cast of seven local singers, backed by our jazz combo, performed in this a salute to those amazing women who dazzled audiences in the musicals of Broadway and the golden age of Hollywood.
"Four Seasons displays charisma, charm, and killer vocals in Great Dames" - Read the full review by Laura Jones for The Isthmus
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Acknowledgements for our 2013-2014 Season
Thank you to the Pleasant Rowland Fund for Theater from the Madison Community Foundation, Dane Arts, and Wisconsin Arts Board with support from the National Endowment for the Arts. We'd also like to thank Park Printing Solutions of Verona, Full Compass, and Electronic Theatre Controls for their support of our ninth season.
Support Four Seasons Theatre
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With an annual budget of $200,000 we’ve continued to produce high quality musical theatre and to support a variety of educational outreach programs in the greater Madison area. Last season alone, over 7,500 community members benefitted from FST programming from direct participants to audience members. We offer both paid performances (at the Wisconsin Union Theater, Bartell, The Playhouse, The Mitby) and many free outreach concerts, masterclasses, and lectures at venues including Capitol Lakes Retirement Community and UW Summer Music Clinic. Among the direct beneficiaries of our programming were over 275 singers, actors, technical theatre artists, high school and college student interns, and musicians who participated in FST musical theatre productions and workshops.