Through April 10, 2016 – Peter Pan

Peter PanFor over 100 years children and adults alike have been enchanted by JM Barrie’s magical tale of pirates, Indians, Lost Boys, fairies, Neverland, and Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up. The story has been told and re-told in multiple film versions including a classic Disney film; in countless books, and as an unforgettable musical comedy which has had four big Broadway productions and three live TV offerings including the original Mary Martin version which so many baby boomers grew up with and NBC’s recent blockbuster special. Now The Fireside presents, for the very first time, this timeless musical fantasy in a sumptuous new production. It’s all there – the dazzling dances, the adventures, and the great, great music with such wonderful songs as “I Won’t Grow Up,” “I Gotta Crow,” “Never Never Land,” and many more. So come with us where dreams are born and time is never planned and enjoy this sensational show that will delight the entire family!

Seven shows weekly Wednesday through Sunday

Fort Atkinson – Fireside Dinner Theatre – 1131 Janesville Ave


Seven shows weekly Wednesday through Sunday


March 1, 2016 – All My Sons

All My SonsAll My Sons, written about post-World War II experiences, continues to resonate with today’s audiences, teaching us that as we struggle in the aftermath of war and conflict, compassion and forgiveness provide the only means by which we will heal. The power of Arthur Miller’s story about war’s consequences for both veterans and civilians – of honor and sacrifice; of guilt, honesty, hope and love – is as relevant today as when the play premiered in 1947. Led by Artistic Director Greg Johnson, Montana Repertory Theatre was established as a professional touring company in 1968 and is the theatre-in-residence at the University of Montana.


Whitewater – Young Auditorium – 930 W Main Street



March 3, 2016 – The Hit Men

Hit MenThis is not the cast from Jersey Boys. Not a Jersey Boys tribute show. Not a Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons cover band. Members of this amazing supergroup of musicians, vocalists, arrangers and composers actually WERE the Four Seasons who sang with Frankie Valli. They WERE the Shondells who sang with Tommy James. They ARE the authentic rock and rollers whose legacy includes hundreds of hit records from the 60s, 70s and 80s. This brotherhood of musicians relive the magic they created on world stages and in recording studios years ago, bringing audiences hit after hit – including “Oh What a Night,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Rag Doll” and more. And they perform many other memorable solid gold hits that they helped make famous. During their show, The Hit Men also share great back stories and anecdotes from their days in recording studios and on the concert circuit.

7:30 pm – Dining Option at 6 pm (separate ticket required)

Whitewater – 930 W Main Street



March 5-6, 2016 – Spring Into the Arts

Saturday, March 5th:  10am-5pm and Sunday, March 6th:  12pm 4pm

Arts performances throughout the day including

Music:  classic rock, cello player, classical guitar

Readings by Writers on the Run

Performances by Red Door Theatre

Awards and Silent Auctions

For more detailed information visit the Watertown Arts Council website

10am – 5pm

Watertown – The Watertown Elks Lodge – 117 N. 1st St.


March 5, 2016 – Mini-Winter Farmers’ Market

A variety of market vendors provide shoppers with local meats, greens, honey, bread, cheese, baked goods, jewelry, knit items and more.


Fort Atkinson – Fort Atkinson Club – 211 S. Water Street East

NOTE: The Mini-Winter Farmer’s Market will repeat on April 9!


March 6, 2016 – Stuart Stotts (Children’s Concert)

Stuart StottsYoung Auditorium’s Never Too Young Series presents Stuart Stotts! Stuart is an award winning singer, author, storyteller and Kennedy Center teaching artist. His song and movement performances for young children are based on the fundamentals of advanced brain-research techniques, presenting ideal conditions for healthy child development. Singing with children enhances social skills, builds creativity, and lays a foundation for literacy. Stuart gives over 200 shows a year for kids, families and adults around the Midwest.


Whitewater – Young Auditorium, 930 W. Main Street

Box Office: 262-472-2222

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