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5-6:30pm Wednesday May. 29

ECCT Audition: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Get Involved at the Eau Claire Children's Theatre. ECCT produces over 18 shows a year for audiences of all ages. We are always looking for members of our community to join us on stage! Audition specific information at ecct.org

Eau Claire Children's Theatre
Eau Claire

Stage

5-6:30pm Thursday May. 30

ECCT Audition: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Get Involved at the Eau Claire Children's Theatre. ECCT produces over 18 shows a year for audiences of all ages. We are always looking for members of our community to join us on stage! Audition specific information at ecct.org

Eau Claire Children's Theatre
Eau Claire

Stage

9am-noon Saturday Jun. 1

ECCT Audition: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Get Involved at the Eau Claire Children's Theatre. ECCT produces over 18 shows a year for audiences of all ages. We are always looking for members of our community to join us on stage! Audition specific information at ecct.org

Eau Claire Children's Theatre
Eau Claire

Stage

7:30pm Thursday Jun. 6

ECCT: "1776 The Musical"

Witness the birth of a nation as our forefathers struggle to craft the Declaration of Independence

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

7:30pm Friday Jun. 7

ECCT: "1776 The Musical"

Witness the birth of a nation as our forefathers struggle to craft the Declaration of Independence

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

7:30pm Saturday Jun. 8

ECCT: "1776 The Musical"

Witness the birth of a nation as our forefathers struggle to craft the Declaration of Independence

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

1:30pm Sunday Jun. 9

ECCT: "1776 The Musical"

Witness the birth of a nation as our forefathers struggle to craft the Declaration of Independence

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

10am Sunday Jun. 30

WSF Craft Talk - Directors

Get a peek behind the curtain! Join us on select Sunday mornings at local area coffeeshops for informal chats with various folks whose creative spirits drive the action behind WSF. Hear from the artists who directed the shows. All WSF Craft Talks are free and open to the public - though we encourage you to bring some questions and get yourself a delicious cup of joe!

SHIFT Cyclery & Coffee Bar
Eau Claire

Stage

10am-5pm Tuesday Jul. 2

Shakespeare at CMEC

A day full of theatre activities for kids & families. Arts & crafts, theatre games, and a performance by the merely Players troupe at 10:30am.

Children's Museum of Eau Claire
Eau Claire

Stage Kids

7:30pm Friday Jul. 5

WI Shakespare Festival: Twelfth Night

A romantic comedy about love, gender, disguise, deception, long-lost twins, love triangles, several weddings, and a happy ending (for most!)

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

10am Saturday Jul. 6

Know Before you Go: Twelfth Night

While anyone is welcome, these discussions about the plots of our two Shakespeare-written mainstage shows are framed specifically for audiences who may feel uncomfortable with or intimidated by Shakespeare. Our speaker will discuss the major plot points, themes, characters, and messages of the play in an accessible manner. This specific discussion will cover "Twelfth Night."

Haymarket Plaza
Eau Claire

Stage

7:30pm Saturday Jul. 6

WI Shakespare Festival: Twelfth Night

A romantic comedy about love, gender, disguise, deception, long-lost twins, love triangles, several weddings, and a happy ending (for most!)

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

10am Sunday Jul. 7

WSF Craft Talk - Designers

Hear from the artists who designed the technical elements such as costumes, lighting, sound, and projections for this year's Wisconsin Shakespeare Festival.

The Goat Coffee House
Eau Claire

Stage

1:30pm Sunday Jul. 7

WI Shakespare Festival: Twelfth Night

A romantic comedy about love, gender, disguise, deception, long-lost twins, love triangles, several weddings, and a happy ending (for most!)

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

3:30pm Sunday Jul. 7

WSF Mainstage Talkbacks

Stay after the 1:30 showings of the Wisconsin Shakespeare Festival shows for a free talkback Q&A session with the casts of the shows.

Pablo Center at the Confluence - Jamf Theater
Eau Claire

Stage

7:30pm Friday Jul. 12

WI Shakespeare Festival: Romeo & Juliet

Set on a replica of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, and featuring a cast of professional and local actors. A tragic tale told and retold throughout the ages.

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

10am Saturday Jul. 13

Know Before You Go: Romeo & Juliet

While anyone is welcome, these discussions about the plots of our two Shakespeare-written mainstage shows are framed specifically for audiences who may feel uncomfortable with or intimidated by Shakespeare. Our speaker will discuss the major plot points, themes, characters, and messages of the play in an accessible manner. This session will discuss our production of Romeo & Juliet.

Haymarket Plaza
Eau Claire

Stage

1:30pm Saturday Jul. 13

WI Shakespare Festival: Twelfth Night

A romantic comedy about love, gender, disguise, deception, long-lost twins, love triangles, several weddings, and a happy ending (for most!)

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

7:30pm Saturday Jul. 13

WI Shakespeare Festival: Romeo & Juliet

Set on a replica of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, and featuring a cast of professional and local actors. A tragic tale told and retold throughout the ages.

Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire

Stage

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