UWL Theatre Program Named Best in Wisconsin!

Click the link above to read about OnStage Blog choosing UWL as
one of the best theatre programs in the United States.  The listing of
all 50 programs can be found here.

Season Subscriber Benefits

GREAT PERFORMANCES FOR ONE LOW PRICE

Save compared to buying individual tickets for each production

PRIORITY TICKET RESERVATIONS

Subscribers get to reserve their seat & performance dates in advance of sales to the general public.   

How It Works

  • Deadline for 2018-2019 season subscription orders is the September 23, 2019.
  • Subscribers will pick the date for each show included in the package that they wish to attend.  They will also pick their seats which will be "theirs" for all four of the season subscription performances.
  • All tickets will be held at the box office and can be picked up prior to the performance.
  • Can't make the date you originally chose?  No problem.  Season tickets can be exchanged in person at the box office or by phone by calling 608.785.6696 during regular box office hours.

3 Ways to Order Season Tickets:

Deadline to order 2019-2020 season tickets:  September 23, 2019

ONLINE:  To order season tickets ONLINE, click here. 

MAIL:  To order season tickets by mail, complete the Season Ticket Order Form and mail to:  UW-La Crosse Department of Theatre Arts, 1725 State Street, 154 Center for the Arts, La Crosse, WI  54601

PHONE:  Season tickets may also be purchased by calling the Department of Theatre Arts at 608.785.6696.  (Please note:  You will need to know the dates of each performance you wish to attend when calling in your season ticket order.)

Alumni/Student Spotlight

Calahan Skogman Headshot

Calahan Skogman

Theatre Performance, Class of 2016
Matthias, Shadow and Bone (Netflix)

 

 

 


"Among the many seasons in my journey as an actor, my time spent with UWL Theatre was not only the most special, but the most important. The program offered me incredible opportunities and instilled in me a profound belief in myself as a young artist. It was there that I was fostered by my first theatrical family, and I am forever grateful."