March 24, 2020
Governor Evers issued the Emergency Order #12 “Safer at Home,” effective 8 a.m. on Wednesday, March 25 until April 24. The order closes all public and private K-12 schools and places of public amusement and activity. You can read the full order here.
This means that events scheduled to take place at South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center now through April 24, 2020 (and indefinitely beyond that date) will be cancelled or postponed. We are working closely with our partners, including artist representatives, other presenters, renters and school district staff, to determine whether or not individual events will be cancelled altogether or postponed. Information will be announced as soon as decisions are made. For cancelled events, a refund will be made. For rescheduled events, tickets will be honored for the new date. Check back here for further information or sign up below to receive our e news communication to stay up to date.
We look forward to the future when we are once again able to gather and celebrate the performing arts. Until then, we wish you good health and good spirits!
Canines and comedy collide
From shelters to showbiz, the Mutts Gone Nuts canines unleash havoc and hilarity in an action-packed spectacular featuring talented 4 legged performers. The dogs are sure to steal your heart. . . and then your socks!
Long-time comedy duo Scott and Joan Houghton introduced dogs into their act in 2005. Prior to involving dogs, the duo worked with Lee Greenwood in Tennessee and at Dolly Parton’s theaters in Branson, Orlando and Myrtle Beach. The Houghtons attempt to match wits with their mischievous canine partners in a family-friendly performance. All nine dogs are USDA APHIS (Animal Welfare) registered and adopted from animal shelters or rescue groups. Expect the unexpected! This show will leave you howling for more.
Training methods are positive, reward-based reinforcing wanted behaviors and ignoring others.
Tickets on sale July 9, Adult $35-$25, Senior $30-$20, Student $20-$10
For all ages.
“I laughed until I wept.”