Oct 4, 2024 to Oct 13, 2024
  • Black Box Productions
  • Mainstage

During a time of personal turmoil, Angela is miraculously offered the opportunity to participate in a bold project tasked with colonizing Mars but soon she discovers that the real challenge of going to a new planet is confronting the things she’s leaving behind.

Oct 9, 2024 to Oct 10, 2024
  • Black Box Productions
  • Guest Act

In this RayDar Production you will encounter Shondra and David, who are on the brinks of losing their home, when they receive an eviction notice for late rent payment. To accompany them is their daughter Traci as they plan to stay with the blunt and witty Granny Damn (Shondra’s mother) for awhile to get things sorted out. What this family doesn’t foresee are the obstacles and challenges that lie ahead when they meet next door neighbors Shondell and his substance abusing mother Tammy, who will change their lives forever.

Oct 18, 2024 to Nov 3, 2024
  • Mainstage

Cut off from the outside world by its remote location and shunned by all who know its forbidding and sinister reputation, Hill House has remained empty and silent except for the daily visits of its grumbling caretaker, Mrs. Dudley. An investigator of supernatural phenomena and three guests arrive at Hill House, and they soon is presented through special witness strange and eerie events.

Oct 22, 2024
  • Guest Act

Spend an evening with John McGivern—best known for his six-time Emmy Award-winning work on PBS—as he shares personal and funny stories of growing up the third of six kids in a working-class Irish Catholic Family in Milwaukee Wisconsin. His stories are personal, funny, touching, and familiar. His themes are based in family and remind us that as specific as we might believe our experiences are, we all share a universal human experience. The evening is guaranteed to generate loads of laughs

Oct 24, 2024
  • Community Partner Event
  • Guest Act

Waukesha Reads provides citizens the opportunity to come together to read, discuss and celebrate a single book and author. Since 2007, the program has been coordinated by the Waukesha Public Library and its many community partners.

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