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Racine Theatre Guild Holds Signature Spotlight: Salute to America Virtual Auditions

Virtual auditions for “Signature Spotlight: Salute to America” are open from now until Friday, July 30, 2021 for the Racine Theatre Guild’s upcoming in-person concert. Bringing together classic patriotic songs, stars and stripes ballads, and red, white, and blue modern hits, this concert celebrates national pride while also commemorating the 20th anniversary of September 11. […]

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Racine and Vicinity Show 2021 Award Winners Announced

On June 15, 2021, Racine Art Museum’s (RAM’s) Wustum Museum of Fine Arts continued a longstanding Racine tradition with a twist—this year’s opening reception and awards presentation for Racine and Vicinity Show were virtual. Racine Art Museum Exhibitions  This juried exhibition—the latest in the museum’s longest-running exhibition series—showcases work from artists residing throughout Racine, Kenosha, […]

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Former Racine Theatre Guild Managing/Artistic Director to Receive AACT National Award

Norm McPhee of Provo, Utah, formally of Racine, Wisconsin, is being honored with the David C. Bryant Outstanding Service Award by the American Association of Community Theatre (AACT). The 2020 and 2021 AACT National Award presentations will be pre-recorded and streamed during the Virtual AACT Fest 2021 National Theatre Festival, Saturday, June 19, beginning at […]

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Racine Art Guild Spring Juried Exhibit Opens April 18

The Racine Art Guild is back at the Anderson Arts Center with their annual Spring Juried show starting April 18 through May 30. Held at the Arts Center every year, this year’s exhibit features a variety of mediums including fiber arts, ceramics, glass, and woodwork and was juried by Colin Matthes, Gallery Director at UW-Parkside. […]

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Beyond Van Gogh: An Immersive Experience opens in Milwaukee on July 9

MILWAUKEE — Tickets for Beyond Van Gogh: An Immersive Experience, coming to the Wisconsin Center, go on sale tomorrow, Friday, April 9, at 9 a.m. Beyond Van Gogh will open to the public on Friday, July 9. Guests can purchase tickets by visiting vangoghmilwaukee.com. Opening for a limited engagement, Beyond Van Gogh: An Immersive Experience was created […]

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Over Our Head Players Announce ‘2021 Snowdance’ Winners

RACINE – Over Our Head Players concluded the 2021 Snowdance® 10 Minute Comedy Festival on Sunday afternoon by presenting the audience’s favorite Best in Snow prizes on Facebook Live. The Best in Snow winning entry ($500 cash prize) went to playwright John Busser of Avon, Ohio. His short comedy, “Annnd Scene (Of The Crime)”, featured […]

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Racine Symphony Orchestra Hosts FREE Virtual Performance

The Racine Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is thrilled to announce a FREE community performance by 2020 Artist-in-Residence cellist Joshua Zajac. An experienced performer and educator from the Chicago area, Josh brings a fresh perspective to his residency with the Racine Symphony. His performing experience includes performing “Don Quixote” with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, a year-long […]