Saturday, Oct. 25th, 2014

Stage

11am Sat. Oct. 25

Arthur's Halloween

Arthur thinks everything about Halloween is scary – D.W.’s costume, even his morning snack! – but he’s most afraid of the big spooky house on the corner where no one wants to go trick-or-treating. Arthur’s fears are eventually…

The Oxford

Cost: Reserved seating tickets are $8 for youth/students and $12 for seniors/adults

Stage

1:30pm Sat. Oct. 25

Arthur's Halloween

Arthur thinks everything about Halloween is scary – D.W.’s costume, even his morning snack! – but he’s most afraid of the big spooky house on the corner where no one wants to go trick-or-treating. Arthur’s fears are eventually…

The Oxford

Cost: Reserved seating tickets are $8 for youth/students and $12 for seniors/adults

Stage

2pm Sat. Oct. 25

A Murder Mystery, Annual Harvest of Harmony Cabaret

Presented by Red Cedar Sounds Chorus. Guest quartet is Star Burst, silver medalists at the 2014 Northern Lights Region Six Quartet Competition. Tickets at the door.

Cost: Matinee with dessert and refreshments at 2pm: $8 adults, $3 kids. Dinner Show at 5:15pm: $10 adults, $5 kids

Stage

2pm Sat. Oct. 25

On Golden Pond

This is the adventurous love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer, returning to their summer home on Golden Pond for the forty-eighth year. They are visited by their divorced, middle-aged daughter and her dentist fiancé who head off to Europe leaving behind his defiant teenage son who the couple take on as the grandson they never had.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: $15 Adult tickets and $12 Senior/Student

Stage

5:15pm Sat. Oct. 25

A Murder Mystery, Annual Harvest of Harmony Cabaret

Presented by Red Cedar Sounds Chorus. Guest quartet is Star Burst, silver medalists at the 2014 Northern Lights Region Six Quartet Competition. Tickets at the door.

Cost: Matinee with dessert and refreshments at 2pm: $8 adults, $3 kids. Dinner Show at 5:15pm: $10 adults, $5 kids

Causes

5:30pm-2am Sat. Oct. 25

Rock the Dome for the Y

Join us for a night of casual adult entertainment at Chippewa Valley’s famous Loopy Dome. Ticket includes happy hour 5:30-6:30pm (free beer, soda & wine), dinner 6:30-7:30pm, Comedian Mary Mack 7:30-8:30pm & live music by Phoenix from 9pm-1am. Fun games and raffles too.

Loopy's

Cost: $50 adults, $10 other

Age: 21+

Kids

6-9pm Sat. Oct. 25

The Twisted Trail of Terror

The Twisted Trail of Terror is back at Hipps Pub and all ages are welcome to come out and get scared. This is an interactive trail that weaves through the outdoors. There are crazed butchers, beasts, wicked scare crows, witches and much more. The Horrifying Scares change each and every night.

Hipps Pub

Cost: $5

Age: all ages

Stage

7:30pm Sat. Oct. 25

Love of the Nightingale

Written by Timberlake Wertenbaker and directed Jennifer Chapman, this production is an adaptation of the Ancient Greek legend of the rape of Philomela by her brother-in-law Tereus, and the gruesome revenge undertaken by Philomela and her…

Riverside Theatre

Cost: Contact the Service Center for tickets at 715-836-3727

Stage

7:30pm Sat. Oct. 25

On Golden Pond

This is the adventurous love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer, returning to their summer home on Golden Pond for the forty-eighth year. They are visited by their divorced, middle-aged daughter and her dentist fiancé who head off to Europe leaving behind his defiant teenage son who the couple take on as the grandson they never had.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: $15 Adult tickets and $12 Senior/Student

Music

8-10pm Sat. Oct. 25

Open Stage

Always wanted to show off your musical abilities? Come perform at Open Stage. The sign up sheet and a list of rules will be posted outside the Cabin. Please sign up for 15 minute slots. There are limited spots so sign up now.

The Cabin

Cost: FREE

Sunday, Oct. 26th, 2014

Stage

1:30pm Sun. Oct. 26

Arthur's Halloween

Arthur thinks everything about Halloween is scary – D.W.’s costume, even his morning snack! – but he’s most afraid of the big spooky house on the corner where no one wants to go trick-or-treating. Arthur’s fears are eventually…

The Oxford

Cost: Reserved seating tickets are $8 for youth/students and $12 for seniors/adults

Stage

1:30pm Sun. Oct. 26

Love of the Nightingale

Written by Timberlake Wertenbaker and directed Jennifer Chapman, this production is an adaptation of the Ancient Greek legend of the rape of Philomela by her brother-in-law Tereus, and the gruesome revenge undertaken by Philomela and her…

Riverside Theatre

Cost: Contact the Service Center for tickets at 715-836-3727

Stage

2pm Sun. Oct. 26

On Golden Pond

This is the adventurous love story of Ethel and Norman Thayer, returning to their summer home on Golden Pond for the forty-eighth year. They are visited by their divorced, middle-aged daughter and her dentist fiancé who head off to Europe leaving behind his defiant teenage son who the couple take on as the grandson they never had.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: $15 Adult tickets and $12 Senior/Student

Tuesday, Oct. 28th, 2014

Food & Drink

8pm Tue. Oct. 28

Artisan Evening (Open Mic/Stage)

Enjoy local talent (or share your own) at an "open mic" experience with an artist's touch. Savor cuisine from our full artisan menu 'til midnight with half-price apps and taps after 9pm. Sign-up begins at 8pm for a limited number of slots. First come, first serve.

Pizza Plus

Cost: FREE

Thursday, Oct. 30th, 2014

Stage

7-9pm Thu. Oct. 30

Glassworks Improv

Glassworks Improv consists of Alex Raney, Elliott Heinz, and Mack Chambers. Authentic. Powerful. Funny.

Acoustic Cafe, Eau Claire

Cost: FREE

Age: all ages

Friday, Oct. 31st, 2014

Kids

6-9pm Fri. Oct. 31

The Twisted Trail of Terror

The Twisted Trail of Terror is back at Hipps Pub and all ages are welcome to come out and get scared. This is an interactive trail that weaves through the outdoors. There are crazed butchers, beasts, wicked scare crows, witches and much more. The Horrifying Scares change each and every night.

Hipps Pub

Cost: $5

Age: all ages

Stage

7:30pm Fri. Oct. 31

Arthur's Halloween

Arthur thinks everything about Halloween is scary – D.W.’s costume, even his morning snack! – but he’s most afraid of the big spooky house on the corner where no one wants to go trick-or-treating. Arthur’s fears are eventually…

The Oxford

Cost: Reserved seating tickets are $8 for youth/students and $12 for seniors/adults

Kids

7:30-9:30pm Fri. Oct. 31

Madam Mirabella's Improv: Comedy-Murder Mystery

Are the dead walking among us in Chippewa Falls? Must this spirit insist on only singing show-tunes? Silly psychic Madam Mirabella will answer these questions and more in a family-friendly, frighteningly funny and interactive night you'll never forget. Be ready to laugh, but beware ... you just may be tickled ... to death!

The Heyde Center for the Arts

Cost: $15 adults, $14 seniors, $7 youth

Saturday, Nov. 1st, 2014

Stage

11am Sat. Nov. 1

Arthur's Halloween

Arthur thinks everything about Halloween is scary – D.W.’s costume, even his morning snack! – but he’s most afraid of the big spooky house on the corner where no one wants to go trick-or-treating. Arthur’s fears are eventually…

The Oxford

Cost: Reserved seating tickets are $8 for youth/students and $12 for seniors/adults

Stage

1:30pm Sat. Nov. 1

Arthur's Halloween

Arthur thinks everything about Halloween is scary – D.W.’s costume, even his morning snack! – but he’s most afraid of the big spooky house on the corner where no one wants to go trick-or-treating. Arthur’s fears are eventually…

The Oxford

Cost: Reserved seating tickets are $8 for youth/students and $12 for seniors/adults

Kids

6-9pm Sat. Nov. 1

The Twisted Trail of Terror

The Twisted Trail of Terror is back at Hipps Pub and all ages are welcome to come out and get scared. This is an interactive trail that weaves through the outdoors. There are crazed butchers, beasts, wicked scare crows, witches and much more. The Horrifying Scares change each and every night.

Hipps Pub

Cost: $5

Age: all ages

Stage

7:30-9pm Sat. Nov. 1

Comedian Roger Radley

A one-time Wisconsin farm boy, award-winning comedian Roger Radley secretly dreamed of becoming a comedian after seeing Jonathan Winters improvise on the Tonight Show. He has shared the stage with George Carlin, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, BB King and many others.

The Heyde Center for the Arts

Cost: $11 adults, $10 seniors, $9 youth

Tuesday, Nov. 4th, 2014

Food & Drink

8pm Tue. Nov. 4

Artisan Evening (Open Mic/Stage)

Enjoy local talent (or share your own) at an "open mic" experience with an artist's touch. Savor cuisine from our full artisan menu 'til midnight with half-price apps and taps after 9pm. Sign-up begins at 8pm for a limited number of slots. First come, first serve.

Pizza Plus

Cost: FREE

Wednesday, Nov. 5th, 2014

Full Slate

7:30pm Wed. Nov. 5

The Good Doctor

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of short sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Throughout the play the audience is introduced to a wide range of characters and situations that are both heartwarming and hilarious. The portraits…

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: $12

Thursday, Nov. 6th, 2014

Music

7pm Thu. Nov. 6

Blue Devil Productions Open Mic: Music - Comedy - Poetry

Use your unique talents and experiences to give the crowd a fantastic performance, whether it is spoken word, comedy, or a wonderful musical talent! Let your voice be heard. Sign up at 7pm.

The Terrace, Memorial Student Center, UW-Stout

Stage

7pm Thu. Nov. 6

Fall Creek High School Drama presents "Xanadu"

"Xanadu" will rock your socks (or rollerskates) off! It's a musical adventure about following your dreams, based on the cult classic movie of the same name. Hit songs include: "Evil Woman", "Magic" & "All Over The World" to name a few.

Fall Creek High School Auditorium

Full Slate

7:30pm Thu. Nov. 6

The Good Doctor

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of short sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Throughout the play the audience is introduced to a wide range of characters and situations that are both heartwarming and hilarious. The portraits…

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: $12

Stage

7:30pm Thu. Nov. 6

A Few Good Men

A military courtroom drama by Aaron Sorkin (West Wing), this Broadway play was made into the popular movie starring Tom Cruise and "You can't handle the truth" Nicholson.

The Grand Theatre

Cost: $10-$20

Stage

8pm Thu. Nov. 6

BareBones Improv Lab

Enjoy an inventive, off-the-wall evening of made-up scenes, games, and other assorted weirdness inspired by audience suggestions. It’s improv, so it’s different every time. Expect enthusiastic laughs and uncomfortable cringes. Doors at 8pm.

House of Rock

Cost: FREE admission but please donate in the donation jar by the front door

Friday, Nov. 7th, 2014

Stage

7pm Fri. Nov. 7

Fall Creek High School Drama presents "Xanadu"

"Xanadu" will rock your socks (or rollerskates) off! It's a musical adventure about following your dreams, based on the cult classic movie of the same name. Hit songs include: "Evil Woman", "Magic" & "All Over The World" to name a few.

Fall Creek High School Auditorium

Full Slate

7:30pm Fri. Nov. 7

The Good Doctor

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of short sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Throughout the play the audience is introduced to a wide range of characters and situations that are both heartwarming and hilarious. The portraits…

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: $12

Stage

7:30pm Fri. Nov. 7

Robyn Hood: The Rescue of Maid Marian

Sir Guy has kidnapped Maid Marian as bait to flush out Robyn Hood from Sherwood Forest. The trap is well set. Robyn and his Merry Men are doomed to face the gallows unless they can outfox the wily Sir Guy. Presented by Community Arts.

State Theatre

Cost: $18 adults, $16 seniors, $8 students

Stage

7:30pm Fri. Nov. 7

A Few Good Men

A military courtroom drama by Aaron Sorkin (West Wing), this Broadway play was made into the popular movie starring Tom Cruise and "You can't handle the truth" Nicholson.

The Grand Theatre

Cost: $10-$20

Saturday, Nov. 8th, 2014

Full Slate

8am-5pm Sat. Nov. 8

Hmong New Year Celebration

This event brings together Hmong and non-Hmong members of the campus and Eau Claire communities to play games, watch performances, listen to speakers and sample traditional Hmong food. The Hmong New Year marks the end of the harvest season, and is a time for families to give thanks to their ancestors and welcome in the new year.

Cost: $3 general admission, evening entertainment is $5 in advance or $7 at the door

Full Slate

11am-9pm Sat. Nov. 8

Honoring Education PowWow

Grand entries 1pm and 7pm. Feast at 5pm. Master of ceremonies is Ronnie Preston. Arena director is Robert Blackdeer. Red Lake Singers are the Host Drum. Invited drums include Savage Creek, Lac Courte Oreilles Badger Singers, Motown, and…

Zorn Arena, UWEC Campus

Cost: $4 admission, $3 with Blugold ID, children under 5 and ages 55+ are FREE

Stage

7pm Sat. Nov. 8

Fall Creek High School Drama presents "Xanadu"

"Xanadu" will rock your socks (or rollerskates) off! It's a musical adventure about following your dreams, based on the cult classic movie of the same name. Hit songs include: "Evil Woman", "Magic" & "All Over The World" to name a few.

Fall Creek High School Auditorium

Stage

7:30pm Sat. Nov. 8

Robyn Hood: The Rescue of Maid Marian

Sir Guy has kidnapped Maid Marian as bait to flush out Robyn Hood from Sherwood Forest. The trap is well set. Robyn and his Merry Men are doomed to face the gallows unless they can outfox the wily Sir Guy. Presented by Community Arts.

State Theatre

Cost: $18 adults, $16 seniors, $8 students

Stage

7:30pm Sat. Nov. 8

A Few Good Men

A military courtroom drama by Aaron Sorkin (West Wing), this Broadway play was made into the popular movie starring Tom Cruise and "You can't handle the truth" Nicholson.

The Grand Theatre

Cost: $10-$20

Full Slate

7:30pm Sat. Nov. 8

The Good Doctor

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of short sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Throughout the play the audience is introduced to a wide range of characters and situations that are both heartwarming and hilarious. The portraits…

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: $12

Sunday, Nov. 9th, 2014

Full Slate

8am-5pm Sun. Nov. 9

Hmong New Year Celebration

This event brings together Hmong and non-Hmong members of the campus and Eau Claire communities to play games, watch performances, listen to speakers and sample traditional Hmong food. The Hmong New Year marks the end of the harvest season, and is a time for families to give thanks to their ancestors and welcome in the new year.

Cost: $3 general admission, evening entertainment is $5 in advance or $7 at the door

Stage

1pm Sun. Nov. 9

Fall Creek High School Drama presents "Xanadu"

"Xanadu" will rock your socks (or rollerskates) off! It's a musical adventure about following your dreams, based on the cult classic movie of the same name. Hit songs include: "Evil Woman", "Magic" & "All Over The World" to name a few.

Fall Creek High School Auditorium

Stage

1:30pm Sun. Nov. 9

A Few Good Men

A military courtroom drama by Aaron Sorkin (West Wing), this Broadway play was made into the popular movie starring Tom Cruise and "You can't handle the truth" Nicholson.

The Grand Theatre

Cost: $10-$20

Stage

3pm Sun. Nov. 9

Robyn Hood: The Rescue of Maid Marian

Sir Guy has kidnapped Maid Marian as bait to flush out Robyn Hood from Sherwood Forest. The trap is well set. Robyn and his Merry Men are doomed to face the gallows unless they can outfox the wily Sir Guy. Presented by Community Arts.

State Theatre

Cost: $18 adults, $16 seniors, $8 students

Tuesday, Nov. 11th, 2014

Stage

7:30pm Tue. Nov. 11

Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre

The Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre will perform "Cokata Upo! Come to the Center", a three-part work that celebrates the culture of the Lakota people. Traditional, sacred and courting songs, narratives and creation stories are woven into the fabric of the performance.

Ojibwe Ballroom, Davies Center, UWEC campus

Cost: $17 general, $15 UW System Faculty/Staff and age 62+, $7 UW System student and ages 17 and under, student tickets are $3.50 until the day of the show

Stage

8pm Tue. Nov. 11

Comedian Brian Moote

Brian Moote started performing stand up in 2005 while he was working as a teacher in the Seattle School District. He has an energetic and conversational style that promises no two sets are exactly the same, and his goal when he performs is to…

The Terrace, Memorial Student Center, UW-Stout

Food & Drink

8pm Tue. Nov. 11

Artisan Evening (Open Mic/Stage)

Enjoy local talent (or share your own) at an "open mic" experience with an artist's touch. Savor cuisine from our full artisan menu 'til midnight with half-price apps and taps after 9pm. Sign-up begins at 8pm for a limited number of slots. First come, first serve.

Pizza Plus

Cost: FREE

Thursday, Nov. 13th, 2014

Stage

7:30pm Thu. Nov. 13

A Few Good Men

A military courtroom drama by Aaron Sorkin (West Wing), this Broadway play was made into the popular movie starring Tom Cruise and "You can't handle the truth" Nicholson.

The Grand Theatre

Cost: $10-$20

Friday, Nov. 14th, 2014

Music

6:30pm Fri. Nov. 14

Phila Friday's Open Mic

The Phila Initiative is a group of young socially active students and artists that formed a year ago with the backing of UWStout's Multicultural Student Services. Come to this Phila Friday's open mic to enjoy poetry, music, & great food. Sign up starts at 6:30pm. Open mic 7-9pm.

Acoustic Cafe, Menomonie

Cost: FREE

Stage

7pm Fri. Nov. 14

MHS Presents The Miracle Worker

Menomonie High School presents The Miracle Worker by William Gibson. This inspiring drama depicts the true story of Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan, who works miracles to reach her deaf and blind student.

Menomonie High School Auditorium

Cost: $5 adults, $3 seniors/students

Stage

7-9pm Fri. Nov. 14

NHS Fall Play - The Man Who Came to Dinner

When acerbic critic Sheridan Whiteside slips on the front steps of a provincial Ohio businessman's home and breaks his hip, he and his entourage take over the house indefinitely.

Eau Claire North High School Auditorium

Cost: $10 adults, $8 seniors, $6 Students outside district

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