Getting cabin fever and need to get away? Well Stoughton has some great things coming up this month.
My favorite Gallery is having a new show entitled “Special Places” the artist is Tim Mulholland. The show runs trough April 19th. But you can enjoy it from the beginning with the Artist’s Reception Friday, March 6th, 5pm – 8pm. Visit RobertRaeGallery.com. The gallery is only two blocks from Naeset-Roe Inn, 184 W. Main Street., so it is a nice evening walk away, even in this cold March weather. Tim does a wonderful job with his camera, and has a great collection of Wisconsin scenes.
The Stoughton Opera House is offering some good shows this month. Visit the Stoughton Opera House Website for more information.
March 13th – Iris DeMent: at 7:30pm. Ticket price is $30/person.
Iris DeMent is and American classic. The beauty, passion and raw honesty of her music are an emotional collection of immense power, and the full character of her voice adds a piercing reality to everything she sings. www.irisdement.com
March 20th – The Del McCoury Band: at 7:00pm. Ticket price is $30 per person.
The Saturday, March 21st show is sold out. The band’s faithful renditions of bluegrass favorites as well as their spirited originals have made them popular with old timers and bluegrass revivalists alike. Del and the boys are ready to lead bluegrass to its greatest heights ever. www.delmccouryband.com
March 27th -29th – The Actor’s Factory – Homegrown Family Theater:
7:30pm on March 27th and 28th and 2:30pm on March 29th.
A company of young talented actors, presents two one-act plays written specially for them by nationally produced playwrights, Doug Reed and Philip Heckman. Their theatrical productions are sophisticated, vibrant and musical – with a delightful twist on reality. The Actor’s Factory group seeks to produce theater for audiences of all ages. Bringing you theater that is homegrown and hilarious! Suggested $5 donation at the door, general seating.
Don’t forget the Stoughton Village Players for some great entertainment!
March 12th, 13th, 14th, 19th, 20th and 21st – The Stanway Case presented by Stoughton Village Players: All shows at 7:30pm.
Ticket prices are $10 for Thursday shows and $12 for Friday and Saturday shows.
In this unique psychological thriller, written by Sam Bobrick, two stories unfold simultaneously in the same space but in different time frames. Maura and Scott, a couple, meet while serving jury duty on a murder trial and get romantically involved with each other. As their relationship develops, they discover they adamantly disagree on what the verdict should be. At the same time their story is being played out to it’s frightening climax, Jan and Tom, another couple who have just met, weave through their unusual relationship that strangely enough has ties to the same murder case. “A wonderfully crafted story, the mind-bending plot keeps you on the edge to its chilling denouement”. Tickets can be purchased at www.stoughtonvillageplayers.org or Thrifty White Pharmacy or McGlynn Pharmacy.
So there is a lot that can cure your Cabin Fever this month in Stoughton WI. Don’t forget to make your reservations early at Naeset-Roe Inn an make a night of it. Your tickets to any theater production get you a 20%discount on your stay at the Inn and you’ll only be a few blocks from any of the shows.