Thursday, Apr. 24th, 2014

Music

7:30-10pm Thu. Apr. 24

NOTA Open Read

Come join us for NOTA's last Open Read before the release of our Spring 2014 publication! This Open Read will feature readings by some of UWEC's very own faculty, including Alvergue, Garland, Hollars, Hidebrand, Loeb, Loomis, Patterson, Pearson, and many more! Featuring musical guest Poozer.

The Cabin, Davies Center, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Stage

7:30pm Thu. Apr. 24

Fiddler on the Roof

Presented by CVTG, this story centers on Tevye, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his family and Jewish religious traditions in changing world as he copes with the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters.…

State Theatre

Cost: $20 adults, $18 seniors, $10 students, $8 youths

Friday, Apr. 25th, 2014

Food & Drink

Fri. Apr. 25

Spring Fest 2014

Spring Fest is a family friendly event featuring art & craft exhibitors, live country and rock bands, great food, libations, and more entertainment. Visit online for the full schedule. Free parking. Heated tents for all music events.

Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds

Cost: See contact info for cost

Stage

7:30pm Fri. Apr. 25

Random Acts of Theatre Co. (RATCo)

The Freedom Foundation is a group of individuals that moved to Selma, Alabama to combat the issues of racis...m and segregation. They have created an after school program, the Random Acts of Theater Company (RATCo), to bring kids of different…

Zorn Arena, UWEC Campus

Cost: FREE, although a $5 donation is requested

Stage

7:30pm Fri. Apr. 25

Fiddler on the Roof

Presented by CVTG, this story centers on Tevye, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his family and Jewish religious traditions in changing world as he copes with the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters.…

State Theatre

Cost: $20 adults, $18 seniors, $10 students, $8 youths

Stage

7:30pm Fri. Apr. 25

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective.

The Oxford

Cost: $12 adults/seniors, $8 kids under 12/students

Saturday, Apr. 26th, 2014

Food & Drink

Sat. Apr. 26

Spring Fest 2014

Spring Fest is a family friendly event featuring art & craft exhibitors, live country and rock bands, great food, libations, and more entertainment. Visit online for the full schedule. Free parking. Heated tents for all music events.

Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds

Cost: See contact info for cost

Stage

11am Sat. Apr. 26

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective.

The Oxford

Cost: $12 adults/seniors, $8 kids under 12/students

Stage

1:30pm Sat. Apr. 26

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective.

The Oxford

Cost: $12 adults/seniors, $8 kids under 12/students

Food & Drink

6pm Sat. Apr. 26

Purr and Paw Murder Mystery Dinner

Each year the Purr and Paw fundraiser is a fun and important way to help the Chippewa Humane raise money for the hundreds of animals it takes in each year. Be sure to bid on the silent auction and get yourself some raffle tickets, these are…

Horizons Lounge & Banquet Center

Cost: $35 individual, $65 couples

Stage

7:30pm Sat. Apr. 26

Lost in Yonkers

It's 1942. Jay and Arty have just been deposited on the doorstep of their Grandma Kurnitz by their cash-strapped father, Eddie. The boys are left to contend with strange family members in the strange new world of Yonkers, NY. Called Lost in Yonkers won both the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 1991 Tony for Best Play.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: See contact info for ticket costs

Stage

7:30pm Sat. Apr. 26

Fiddler on the Roof

Presented by CVTG, this story centers on Tevye, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his family and Jewish religious traditions in changing world as he copes with the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters.…

State Theatre

Cost: $20 adults, $18 seniors, $10 students, $8 youths

Sunday, Apr. 27th, 2014

Food & Drink

Sun. Apr. 27

Spring Fest 2014

Spring Fest is a family friendly event featuring art & craft exhibitors, live country and rock bands, great food, libations, and more entertainment. Visit online for the full schedule. Free parking. Heated tents for all music events.

Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds

Cost: See contact info for cost

Stage

1:30pm Sun. Apr. 27

Fiddler on the Roof

Presented by CVTG, this story centers on Tevye, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his family and Jewish religious traditions in changing world as he copes with the strong-willed actions of his three older daughters.…

State Theatre

Cost: $20 adults, $18 seniors, $10 students, $8 youths

Stage

1:30pm Sun. Apr. 27

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective.

The Oxford

Cost: $12 adults/seniors, $8 kids under 12/students

Stage

2pm Sun. Apr. 27

Lost in Yonkers

It's 1942. Jay and Arty have just been deposited on the doorstep of their Grandma Kurnitz by their cash-strapped father, Eddie. The boys are left to contend with strange family members in the strange new world of Yonkers, NY. Called Lost in Yonkers won both the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 1991 Tony for Best Play.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: See contact info for ticket costs

Stage

4pm Sun. Apr. 27

Spring Dance Concerts at ChaliceStream

Featuring performances by Barry Lynn, Michael Doran, plus Barbare Shafer and the Shimmy Sisters. For the Apr. 27 show, there will be additional performances by the Shimmy Sisters (a fusion belly dance troupe).

Tuesday, Apr. 29th, 2014

Stage

10am Tue. Apr. 29

TA-DA Presents: Laura Ingalls Wilder

A true tomboy at heart, Laura shares her Pa's pioneering spirit and passion for the outdoors. Her Pa encourages her to keep a diary of their travels, but Laura is too busy playing on the prairie, fishing, and chasing gophers. Tension strikes when the family is forced to move after arriving in Kansas, as the US government designates their land as Indian territory.

State Theatre

Cost: $8, $5 student

Food & Drink

8pm Tue. Apr. 29

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.

The Plus

Cost: FREE

Thursday, May. 1st, 2014

Stage

7:30pm Thu. May. 1

Lost in Yonkers

It's 1942. Jay and Arty have just been deposited on the doorstep of their Grandma Kurnitz by their cash-strapped father, Eddie. The boys are left to contend with strange family members in the strange new world of Yonkers, NY. Called Lost in Yonkers won both the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 1991 Tony for Best Play.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: See contact info for ticket costs

Stage

7:30pm Thu. May. 1

DanceWorks 2014

Under the direction of Julie Fox, assistant professor of dance, the production will feature the department's premier performing group, The Ensemble. With explosive and evocative dancing and content, this annual venue is an opportunity to…

Kjer Theatre

Cost: $14 for the public; $12 for those 62 and older; $10 for those 17 and younger; and $7 for UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students

Friday, May. 2nd, 2014

Stage

7:30pm Fri. May. 2

Lost in Yonkers

It's 1942. Jay and Arty have just been deposited on the doorstep of their Grandma Kurnitz by their cash-strapped father, Eddie. The boys are left to contend with strange family members in the strange new world of Yonkers, NY. Called Lost in Yonkers won both the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 1991 Tony for Best Play.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: See contact info for ticket costs

Stage

7:30pm Fri. May. 2

DanceWorks 2014

Under the direction of Julie Fox, assistant professor of dance, the production will feature the department's premier performing group, The Ensemble. With explosive and evocative dancing and content, this annual venue is an opportunity to…

Kjer Theatre

Cost: $14 for the public; $12 for those 62 and older; $10 for those 17 and younger; and $7 for UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students

Stage

7:30pm Fri. May. 2

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective.

The Oxford

Cost: $12 adults/seniors, $8 kids under 12/students

Saturday, May. 3rd, 2014

Stage

11am Sat. May. 3

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective.

The Oxford

Cost: $12 adults/seniors, $8 kids under 12/students

Stage

1:30pm Sat. May. 3

Diary of a Worm, a Spider, & a Fly

Is Spider getting too big for his own skin? Will Fly find her superhero powers in time to save her Aunt Rita from peril? Will Worm learn to stand on his own feet...even though he doesn't have feet? We invite you to take a look at the world from a bug's perspective.

The Oxford

Cost: $12 adults/seniors, $8 kids under 12/students

Music

7pm-midnight Sat. May. 3

Singles Connection Annual Spring Fling

Enjoy dance lessons at 7pm and dancing 8pm-midnight featuring 40 Fingers. Hors d' oeuvres included in admission. Open to the public. Singles Connection is a local NPO.

Cost: $5 members, $10 nonmembers

Stage

7-10pm Sat. May. 3

6th Annual A Night in the Desert Belly Dance Show

Come and enjoy the exotic and elegant mysteries of belly dance. This family friendly event features wonderful troupes from near and far. You will be entertained with amazing talent, music, and costumes. There will be baskets to win with proceeds going to Bob's House for dogs and Wounded Warrior.

Fall Creek High School

Cost: FREE

Stage

7:30pm Sat. May. 3

Lost in Yonkers

It's 1942. Jay and Arty have just been deposited on the doorstep of their Grandma Kurnitz by their cash-strapped father, Eddie. The boys are left to contend with strange family members in the strange new world of Yonkers, NY. Called Lost in Yonkers won both the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 1991 Tony for Best Play.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: See contact info for ticket costs

Stage

7:30pm Sat. May. 3

DanceWorks 2014

Under the direction of Julie Fox, assistant professor of dance, the production will feature the department's premier performing group, The Ensemble. With explosive and evocative dancing and content, this annual venue is an opportunity to…

Kjer Theatre

Cost: $14 for the public; $12 for those 62 and older; $10 for those 17 and younger; and $7 for UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students

Sunday, May. 4th, 2014

Stage

2pm Sun. May. 4

Lost in Yonkers

It's 1942. Jay and Arty have just been deposited on the doorstep of their Grandma Kurnitz by their cash-strapped father, Eddie. The boys are left to contend with strange family members in the strange new world of Yonkers, NY. Called Lost in Yonkers won both the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 1991 Tony for Best Play.

Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts

Cost: See contact info for ticket costs

Tuesday, May. 6th, 2014

Food & Drink

8pm Tue. May. 6

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.

The Plus

Cost: FREE

Thursday, May. 8th, 2014

Stage

4-6pm Thu. May. 8

Short Play Festival

The Short Play Festival is directed by Advanced Directing students at UW-Eau Claire.

Riverside Theatre

Stage

7-9pm Thu. May. 8

Short Play Festival

The Short Play Festival is directed by Advanced Directing students at UW-Eau Claire.

Riverside Theatre

Stage

7:30pm Thu. May. 8

Nusense

The Little Sisters of Hobokken are back in the original production of the Nunsense series. Part of ECCT's 25th Anniversary we're bringing back the original nuns for an encore performance. Laura Robbins-Leisz, Carole Spenser, Brenda Locher,…

The Oxford

Cost: $12 Youth, $12 Student, $20 Seniors, $20 Adult

Friday, May. 9th, 2014

Stage

4-6pm Fri. May. 9

Short Play Festival

The Short Play Festival is directed by Advanced Directing students at UW-Eau Claire.

Riverside Theatre

Stage

7-9pm Fri. May. 9

Short Play Festival

The Short Play Festival is directed by Advanced Directing students at UW-Eau Claire.

Riverside Theatre

Stage

7:30pm Fri. May. 9

Nusense

The Little Sisters of Hobokken are back in the original production of the Nunsense series. Part of ECCT's 25th Anniversary we're bringing back the original nuns for an encore performance. Laura Robbins-Leisz, Carole Spenser, Brenda Locher,…

The Oxford

Cost: $12 Youth, $12 Student, $20 Seniors, $20 Adult

Saturday, May. 10th, 2014

Stage

2-5pm Sat. May. 10

World Belly Dance Day

Enjoy a fun filled afternoon of belly dance lessons, performances, live music and drawings. Free and open to the public-family friendly. All monies raised during this event benefit the Bolton House of the Chippewa Valley. Come join the fun.

The Grand Little Theater

Stage

4-6pm Sat. May. 10

Short Play Festival

The Short Play Festival is directed by Advanced Directing students at UW-Eau Claire.

Riverside Theatre

Stage

6:30-8:30pm Sat. May. 10

Janelle's School of Irish Dance Spring Show

Mark Your Calendars for Janelle's School of Irish Dance's annual dance show on May 10 at 6:30pm at North High School. All are welcome to attend this great family-friendly show of live music and dance. Admission by donation. It's going to be a great show and we hope to see you there.

Eau Claire North High School Auditorium

Stage

7-9pm Sat. May. 10

Short Play Festival

The Short Play Festival is directed by Advanced Directing students at UW-Eau Claire.

Riverside Theatre

Stage

7:30pm Sat. May. 10

Nusense

The Little Sisters of Hobokken are back in the original production of the Nunsense series. Part of ECCT's 25th Anniversary we're bringing back the original nuns for an encore performance. Laura Robbins-Leisz, Carole Spenser, Brenda Locher,…

The Oxford

Cost: $12 Youth, $12 Student, $20 Seniors, $20 Adult

Sunday, May. 11th, 2014

Stage

1:30pm Sun. May. 11

Nusense

The Little Sisters of Hobokken are back in the original production of the Nunsense series. Part of ECCT's 25th Anniversary we're bringing back the original nuns for an encore performance. Laura Robbins-Leisz, Carole Spenser, Brenda Locher,…

The Oxford

Cost: $12 Youth, $12 Student, $20 Seniors, $20 Adult

Tuesday, May. 13th, 2014

Food & Drink

8pm Tue. May. 13

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.

The Plus

Cost: FREE

Thursday, May. 15th, 2014

Words

5-6pm Thu. May. 15

3rd Thursdays @ The Gallery

Mike Paulus has been filling the last page of Volume One Magazine with his column, The Rear End, for almost a decade. Before Volume One, Mike wrote interactive scripts for educational video games, and during that time he co-founded and hosted the Running Water Poetry Slam, which ran in downtown.

Janet Carson Gallery

Cost: FREE

Full Slate

7pm Thu. May. 15

The Infinity Monologues

In these interwoven monologues written by Jack Bushnell and performed by the BareBones Ensemble Theatre Company, three historical characters—Amelia Earhart, Lawrence Oates (of Scott’s ill-fated South Pole expedition), and Stephen…

The Volume One Gallery

Friday, May. 16th, 2014

Full Slate

Check Venue For Hours Fri. May. 16

Our Little Miss Pageant

Now in its 52nd year, Our Little Miss Pageant is one of the country's premier natural pageant systems focusing on talent and natural beauty, not the glitz and drama found on reality TV.

The Oxford

Music

3:45-4:45pm Fri. May. 16

You Name It We'll Create It

A music television show broadcast live with studio audiences always welcome. Musicians take requests from television home viewers on all subjects ranging from ideas for song titles, subject matter--with no limit to controversy--and styles of music. Musicians are welcome to join (but please call in advance).

Banbury Place Bld#2, 4th floor

Cost: FREE

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