Rubbery with Violets, Or, If You Can See This, Thank Your Optician

Unusual maladies and unwanted neighbors plague a pretty young receptionist on her first day at a busy doctor’s office. Disgruntled patients continuously lament the mysterious absence of her predecessor. Unhelpfully, her mother and their out-of-control slobbering dog keep showing up to cheer her on. A traffic accident interrupts an incipient romance with a handsome cop, hurrying him away along with the nurse and doctor. Two bumblers planning a heist ruin her brand-new pantyhose. Sperm, earwax, broken eye glasses, and a newborn carry this fast-paced romp to its hilarious conclusion. Wordplay and physical comedy prove once again that laughter is, indeed, the best medicine.

Ben Doran, Geremy Webne-Berman, Patrick Robbins, Eric Holz,  John Conley,  Alicia McCann,  Anne Asher,  Christen Cook,  B...

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Sailors and pirates, nuns and hookers, innocent virgins and evil kings–seven actors play forty roles in Shakespeare’s adventure tale about a shattered family trying to stay together in a treacherous world.

Greg Harris brings his concept of Shakespeare’s epic play to the Broom Street stage 6 years after his last BST show Fire Exit in 2006.  Amanda Carroll, Damon Butler, Heidi Hinshaw, Matt Korda , Sean Langenecker, William Joseph Lutz and Kathy Lynn Sliter  make up this stellar cast.

Opening weekend is August 10th and 11th at 8:00pm and runs Thursdays-Saturday nights at 8:00pm thru September 1st. Tickets are $9.00 at the door.  Air conditioning. Wheelchair accessible. Comfortable Seating. (608) 244-8338 for reservations.

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One Man/One Woman

Callen Harty’s new comedy One Man/One Woman looks at the topic of marriage and marriage equality through a series of vignettes from Adam and Eve (and Steve) in the Garden of Eden to modern couples struggling with the meaning of marriage to politicians working hard to prevent people from marrying clocks. It is a fun overview of marriage equality and what it means in our modern world.

Harty returns to directing after a 2 year hiatus and is accompanied by newcomer Raymond McElroy playing One Man and BST veteran Lauri Harty playing One Woman. The play also includes film excerpts from Proud Theater, Madison’s very own LGBTQ  youth theater.

Opening weekend is September 14th and 15th at 8:00pm and runs Thursdays-Saturday nights at 8:00pm thru October 6th. Tickets are $9.00 at the door...

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Seeking Flight

Confined to a lab, Monty and Enzi are African gray parrots being used in experiments that test their ability to speak English and form concepts. Monty was born in captivity, but Enzi once lived free, in the Congolese rainforest. Seeking the freedom that would allow them to fulfill their parrot nature, Enzi urges Monty to join him in rebellion. A whimsical play with song and poetry, Broadman’s delightful comedy will enchant while exploring animal rights and how we learn.

Joan Broadman has written 14 plays, 10 of which have been produced. Her plays have been performed in 11 states and Australia...

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Tales for Another Millennium

Jesus and the gang are back in the third and final installment of Brian Wild’s Millennium Trilogy! A woman desperate to save her family from falling apart after her death does the unthinkable—she escapes Heaven, leaving Jesus and friends to find her soul and bring it back to Heaven before Satan does, or worse—before she exposes the truth to the world about the afterlife. Throw a visit from God’s father into the mix, and it’s a comedic crisis of family and faith in epic proportions!

Opening weekend is November 30th and December 1st at 8:00pm and runs Thursdays-Saturday nights at 8:00pm thru November 22nd. Tickets are $9.00 at the door.  Wheelchair accessible. Comfortable Seating. (608) 244-8338 for reservations.

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