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March 1, 2, 8 9 at 7:30pm; additional performance Mar, 9 at 2pm
Written By: John Cariani
Directed By: Susan Nanning-Sorenson
Performed in: The Diane Ballweg Theatre, The Stream

A sequel written by the playwright of Almost Maine, Lovesick features ten one-act love stories that all take place at the same time and day within the backdrop of suburbia. Equally hilarious, heartwarming, and disheartening all at once, this show is for mature audiences.

Additional Upcoming Productions

 
Written By: Edgewood College Theatre Students
Directed By: Edgewood College Theatre Students
Performed in: The Diane Ballweg Theatre, The Stream
Date: May 2, 4 at 7:30pm and May 3 at 8:00pm; additional performance May, 4 at 2pm

Diane Ballweg Theatre Box Office

(Located in The Stream, #3 building on the map)

608-663-6710

Boxoffice@edgewood.edu


Directions to Main Campus in 2018

Monroe Street is getting an upgrade this year, which will make driving, walking, and biking in our neighborhood great! It will just take a bit of patience to get to and from campus while that work happens.

There is only one lane open from Odana Road to the west (from the direction of the Beltline) all the way to Regent Street (toward Camp Randall Stadium). 

From the Beltline: follow signs/gps directions to Edgewood College, and allow extra time since all traffic will be moving in a single lane.

From downtown/UW Campus areaaccess campus using Jefferson Street. Follow the signs on campus at the gated entrance to the College.

 

 
Edgewood College Campus Map

Click below to download a PDF of the campus map

Edgewood College Theatre Mission Statement

Edgewood College Theatre presents an annual season of productions for the students, the college community and the greater community of Madison. We rotate our offerings to provide a wide range of theatrical experiences, time periods, genres, voices and lenses for both our students and our audiences.

These productions create an educational and artistic environment that nurtures creativity, academic integrity and professionalism. The productions also serve as the context in which classroom and studio work combine with performance as we collaboratively share our vision and ideas with the community, our audiences.

We strive to give students hands on opportunities to learn theatre by doing theatre--both onstage and behind the scenes, to practice green theatre techniques by leaving a light footprint on the earth, to serve the students we have at the highest level while always seeking to enrich the diversity of our talent pool, artists and theatrical offerings, and to uphold the Sinsinawa Dominican values and mission to serve.