Performing Arts

Take the stage at UW-Stout with our choir, band, and theatre programs and performances.
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The UW-Stout theatre, band and choir welcome you to explore the performing arts on our campus. These programs provide a creative outlet to students that have enjoyed and developed skills as performers and wish to further refine and explore their artistic talents.



Participation in music and theatre teaches expression beyond the written and spoken word, connects to a tradition of cultural awareness and explores creative new works of art. The performing arts investigate our expressions of humanity, unite multiple subject areas and draw people together, allowing them to relate in meaningful and enduring ways.

Being involved in the performing arts is a great way to meet other students, become part of a group and demonstrate to future employers that you are a dedicated team player and have attention to detail. Experiencing a live performance as an audience member - or on the stage - is a memorable and powerful event that generates thought, discussion and interaction. For the performer or audience member, being a part of the performing arts is a lifelong activity that builds relationships and communities.

Choir

There is a choir for you, no matter your experience level in singing.

Band

Join one of the many bands with a variety of genres — concert, jazz, New Orlean style, even polka.

Theatre

Be part of the cast or crew of our stage productions, in a beautiful theatre.

Arts & Entertainment

Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choir

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM - Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 910 E 9th St: The University of Wisconsin-Stout Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choir, conducted by Dr. Jerry Hui and accompanied by pianist Michaela Gifford, will perform their winter concert titled “Silent Night”. The program features mostly music from the United Kingdom, France, and Germany composed during World War I.The event will be the result of a close collaboration between Stout’s choral program and the Dunn County Historical Society, as well as the Stout University Archives. Both organizations are involved in researching relevant historical materials from Menomonie area — newspaper, event programs, personal letters, photographs and more — some of which will be read during the concert. There will also be a small exhibit during and after the concert, displaying some artifacts from the war.

Frankenstein Film Screening

6:00 PM - Harvey Hall Theatre: Free screening of the 1931 Frankenstein film. This event is part of the Reading Across Campus series sponsored by the Literature Committee.

Yes! I'm a Feminist Fundraiser and Poetry Slam

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM - The Raw Deal: Yes! I'm a Feminist is an annual celebration and fundraiser for alumni, students and friends of the Women and Gender Studies program and UW-Stout. The money raised by the fundraiser goes to a scholarship awarded to a student minoring in WGS as well as travel for students to a conference in Madison, Wis. It also funds speakers and events related to WGS.This year's event will feature a poetry slam with a prize for the top slam. Students, staff, faculty, and community members are all welcome to compete. Poems may be original or someone else's work, though the performer must identify whose work they are performing.If you cannot attend the event, but still want to make a donation, you can! See our foundation site at the following link: https://foundation.uwstout.edu/pages/givings/women-and-gender-studies