The Tennessee Williams play, which won the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for drama, covers a wide range of subject matter including social mores, greed, superficiality, mendacity, decay, sexual desire, repression and death.
Other national touring acts in the area include Joe Nichols, Magpie Salute and comedian Eddie Izzard.
From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, rain or shine, the bar will host its eighth annual charity car, truck and bike show. Entrants can register in the morning, and vehicles will be parked for display near the adjoining Back of the Yards Softball Complex behind the bar at 1901 Beloit Ave., Janesville.
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, Oct. 5, through Wednesday, Oct. 11.
Given the leather jacket and sneer Tom Petty wore on the cover of his 1976 debut, many people assumed he was one of those cheeky punks bent on tearing down the walls of rock 'n' roll.
After dipping to No. 2 last weekend, "It" has regained control of the North American box office in its fourth weekend in theaters.
The fourth annual Sonic Boom rock 'n' roll show at the airport in Janesville was a time for fun and celebration--and pushing some boundaries.
The Janesville native and Parker High School grad dishes on fist fights, laughing too much and avoiding the pitfalls of fame.
The pub on Madison's Capitol Square closed for four months last year while the owners redesigned the menu and restaurant interior. The transformation turned Brocach into a bistro with a tight menu.
After launching with "Night of the Bite" on Oct. 6, the historical society will offer tours and visits to its "spookeasy" throughout the month of October.