Written, directed by and starring Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, "Something in the Dirt" premiered Sunday at the all-virtual Sundance Film Festival.
Riley Stearns' follow-up to "The Art of Self-Defense" premiered Saturday night at the Sundance Film Festival.
“What the Constitution Means to Me” plays Overture Center’s Capitol Theater for one more performance in Madison on Sunday at 3 p.m.
The Madison Symphony Orchestra, featuring guest soloist Kelly Hall-Tompkins, performs Saturday night and Sunday afternoon.
'When You Finish Saving the World" stars Julianne Moore and Finn Wolfhard as a feuding mother and son. It premiered Thursday at the Sundance Film Festival.
Starring Pierce Brosnan, the King's Daughter opens Friday at Marcus Point, Marcus Palace and Flix Brewhouse Madison.
The final film from the late Japanese filmmaker Nobihuko Obayashi, maker of the cult hit horror movie "Hausu," screens Friday night at the UW Cinematheque.
Directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, "A Hero" premieres Friday on Amazon Prime.
Meet four artists currently part of the Wisconsin-based, career-boosting program Bridge Work, and see some of their work at Arts + Literature Laboratory.
Sign up for free online student loan workshops, check out "I Hate Hamlet" at Cardinal Heights Theater or "Labyrinth of Cinema" at UW Cinemateque and more.
The 2022 Sundance Film Festival has gone fully virtual, and streams from Thursday until Jan. 30.
Support local music: See both Madison hip-hop and R&B artists on Feb. 19. Tickets are $10, but Cap Times members can attend free or livestream the show.
Susan Brightbill, a Mount Horeb native who has been an actress, a music label rep and a VH1 VJ during her career, wrote and produced her first film, now playing on Amazon Prime.
"What the Constitution Means to Me," a play that grapples with contemporary issues, comes to Madison's Capitol Theater at Overture Center next weekend.
“Belle,” the latest film from anime director Mamoru Hosoda, opens today at Marcus Point, Marcus Palace and Flix Brewhouse Madison.
Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand star in "The Tragedy of Macbeth," directed by Joel Coen without his brother Ethan. It premieres Friday on Apple TV+.
Check out events like an Alabama concert at the Dane County Coliseum, Kids in the Rotunda, Harry Potter Trivia at Paul’s Pel’meni and more.
The tour has canceled this week's run due to breakthrough cases of COVID-19 in the company. This is its second pandemic-related postponement in Madison.