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Al Stewart

Uncorked Al Stewart

WHAT: Al Stewart WHERE: McComb/Bruchs Performing Arts Center, Wautoma WI WHEN: 7 PM Friday, October 17, 2014 COST: Adults $35, Students $24 INFO: (888) 987-2189 “On a morning from a Bogart movie, In a country where they turn back time, You go strolling through the crowd like Peter Lorre, Contemplating a crime. She comes out of the sun in ... Read More »

Event City is a Scary Place in October

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By Jeff Potts Eleven months out of the year Oshkosh is a wonderful place to visit. But each October Event City becomes a scary place, not recommended for the faint of heart. But don’t worry – it’s by design and promises to once again be a lot of fun. Our month-long celebration of all things spooky starts at the “spirited” ... Read More »

A Grand Season at The Grand Opera House

Madison Ballet March 2015

By Justin Mitchell The Grand Opera House in downtown Oshkosh recently unveiled their upcoming season, which includes an impressive array of diverse and engaging artists and performers that will continue the Grand’s role as the region’s leading cultural entertainment venue. We asked Grand Director Joe Ferlo a few questions about the upcoming season. Oshkosh Scene: The local theatre scene has ... Read More »

In October, the Theatre Scene Kicks in with a Bang….and a Scream…. and Some Laughs.

Photo: cast of THE PHAT PACK—Bruce Ewing, Randal Keith, Ted Keegan

By Joseph Ferlo On October 3, the Oshkosh Community Players open both their new season and The Grand’s subscription season with a seasonal favorite. Based on the Bram Stoker novel, Hamilton Deane’s 1924 version of DRACULA is arguably the definitive stage version of the classic story, made famous in its time by its star, Bela Lugosi. The production runs two ... Read More »

2014-15 Theatre season strung together by ‘Ties that Bind’

Ties That Bind

By Alex Hummel From a Dublin card game with the devil, to a Division III football controversy that pits a college president and the coach over the game’s violence, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s 2014-15 Theatre season subjects span an ocean and several decades. But the thematic “Ties that Bind,” as billed by the Theatre department, are as classic as ... Read More »

Art Programs for the Young and Young at Heart

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By: Erin Heiling With school back in session and minds in full gear, Paine Art Center and Gardens has a variety of educational opportunities to feed the brains and the souls of the young and the young at heart. Beginning in June, the Paine premiered a traveling exhibition, Matisse as Printmaker: Works from the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation. Although ... Read More »

Lucas Alan Dietsche


CURATED BY ERIN HEILING Propellor Fields the whole horizon ridge a good scan left to right will see a line of blinking cherries in happy darkness so afraid and curious true signals give navigation these fans would whirl on forever near the Oakfield village. way below the gleam of moonish nights i am now, driving myself in a motor car ... Read More »

Return of the Haunted Heads

The Haunted Heads are:  Andrew Johnson, Kyle Straveler, Eric Van Thiel, and Chad Lorge.  They like to snuggle.  Photo courtesy of the Haunted Heads.

By Justin Mitchell The Oshkosh rock n roll music catalog expanded again in 2014 with the release of the seven song self-titled EP from the Haunted Heads. The second release from the band continues the thick, driving pop punk sounds from their debut album released in 2011, while similarly demonstrating clean and tight song craftsmanship indicative of their experience and ... Read More »

Band Together 2014: A Parent Connection Fundraiser

The Jazz Orgy with Erin Krebs will be making the connection

By: Scene Staff You are invited to join local artists, musicians, community leaders, local businesses and friends for a night of giving back to your community and helping to make a difference in the lives of thousands of families. On October 4, 2014, the second annual Band Together fundraiser to support the important work of Parent Connection. Last year alone, ... Read More »

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