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Published On: Jan 27 2006 01:04:29 AM CST   Updated On: Aug 14 2011 04:41:10 AM CDT

Barrymore Theatre 2090 Atwood Ave. 241-2345.

Bartell Community Theatre 113 E. Mifflin St. 294-0740.

Baraboo Theatre Guild Al Ringling Theatre136 4th Ave, Baraboo. 356-8864

Broadway Dinner TheatreWisconsin Dells Pkwy. 888-998-7469. broadwayinthedells.com

Madison Theatre Guild238-9322. All shows performed at the Bartell Community Theatre.

Madison Savoyards Music Hall925 Bascom Mall. 231-9005. madisonsavoyards.org

Council for the Performing Arts700 W. Milwaukee St., Jefferson. 920-674-2179

Dance Wisconsin221-4535.

DeForest High School Performing Arts Center815 Jefferson St., DeForest.

Four Seasons TheatreMajestic Theatre, 115 King St. 829-0907. Tickets: WI Union Theater: 262-2201.

Fireside Theatre1131 Janesville Ave., Fort Atkinson. 1-800-477-9505. http://www.firesidetheatre.com/

Madison Area Concert Handbells845-2476. madisonhandbells.org

Stage QBartell Theatre 113 E. Mifflin St. 661-9696 x 3. stageq.com

Broom Street Theater 1119 Williamson St. 244-8338.

Comedy Club 119 State St. 257-2599. Showcase night every Thursday night at 8:30. $8 cover.

Coliseum Bar232 Olin Ave. Madison, WI 53713 251 2434

Edgewood College 1000 Edgewood College Dr. 663-4861.

UW School of Music All concerts at Mills Hall and free, unless noted. 455 N. Park St. 263-9485.

University Theatre Vilas Hall, 821 University Ave. 262-1500.

Wisconsin Union Theater800 Langdon St. 262-2201 http://uniontheater.wisc.edu

Stoughton Opera House 381 East Main Street, Stoughton, 877-4400.

Stoughton Village Players255 E. Main St., Stoughton. 877-0336. stoughtonvillageplayers.org

WhoopDeDoo Productions 442-5806, whoopdedoo.org West Side Club, 437 County Hwy. M.

Yahara River Chorus592-7544.

OTHER VENUES

Madison Youth Choirs238-7464. madisonyouthchoirs.org.

Stoughton Village Players Theater255 E. Main St., Stoughton, WI; www.stoughtonvillageplayers.org

Middleton Players Theatre Middleton High School Performing Arts Center2100 Bristol St., Middleton. brownpapertickets.com.

Mitby Theater 3350 Anderson St. 243-4000.

Sun Prairie Civic Theatre220 Kroncke Dr., Sun Prairie. 837-8217. sunprairiecivictheatre.com.

Verona Area Community TheatreVerona Area High School Performing Arts Center, 300 Richard St., Verona. 845-2383. vact.org

Verona Area High School Performing Arts Center300 Richard St., Verona. 848-2787. vapas.org.

Lussier Family Heritage Center, Lake Farm Park3101 Lake Farm Rd.

Middleton Performing Arts Center

Oregon Straw Hat Players Oregon High School Performing Arts Center456 N. Perry Pkwy., Oregon. 835-9126. oshponline.org.

Oakwood Village Auditorium6209 Mineral Point Rd. 244-2948.

Festival Choir of MadisonAsbury United Methodist Church, 6101 University Ave.274-7089. festchor@festivalchoir.org.

StageWorks Projects, Inc.Stoughton High School, 600 Lincoln Ave. 873-0717. madstage.com

Waisman Center Auditorium1500 Highland Ave. 263-5837.

OTHER GROUPS

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