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Christmas with the Alley Cats
Make plans to relax and enjoy a night of great singing and comedy that is sure to put you in the holiday spirit! With their tight, four-part harmony and delightful antics, these musical comics have been featured as Jay Leno's opening act for more than seven years and have appeared on numerous television shows for NBC, CBS, and PBS. The Alley Cats have performed in concert all over the world alongside iconic groups such as The Coasters, The Drifters, and The Beach Boys. The Alley Cats have had the special honor of entertaining U.S. military troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and have had the great privilege of being invited by the President of the United States to perform at the White House.
The Glass Menagerie - Wisconsin Lutheran College Theatre Production
This popular American classic follows Tom's memory back to his days in a St. Louis tenement apartment with his domineering mother; Amanda, shy sister, Laura; and her one-time gentleman caller, Jim. Williams' first play, which launched his remarkable career, has been read by millions and produced by perhaps thousands - including numerous film and television/video versions. That it continues to resonate with audiences is a testament to its greatness and place of honor in American Theatre. Performances on Feb. 7 and 8 and Feb. 13, 14, 15 will be held at 7:30 p.m. The performance on Sunday, Feb. 9 will be held at 3:30 p.m.
The Glass Menagerie
This popular American classic follows Tom's memory back to his days in a St. Louis Apartment with his domineering mother, Amanda; shy sister, Laura; and her one-time gentleman caller, Jim.
MYSO presents Flute Fanfare
This concert will feature MYSO’s two flute choirs, Flute Chorale and Chamber Flute Ensemble. Tickets: Adult: $12; Student/Senior: $10
Things Wild & Free
This is an original production written and developed by our company of student actors and theatre artists based on Aldo Leopold's writings of nature, conservation, and life in the Wisconsin countryside. The book, A Sand County Almanac, serves as WLC's campus read for the 2019-2020 academic year, and the topics and issues it addresses will be actively engaged in classrooms as well as on the Raabe Theatre stage!
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