Overture Center, Madison

Overture Center, Madison

The Overture Center has five galleries and seven performance venues, making this venue state-of-the-art. One of the things that this artistic space exists for is to make the arts more accessible to the whole community. There are educational programs free to the public offered on a regular basis.

There are hundreds of locally-based artists who exhibit their work here. This performing arts center has ten resident companies providing a variety of performances. In addition to the resident companies, there are also regular performances of Broadway musicals, as well as headline acts. No matter what your preferences, you will find something to see worth your time.

There are concession stands and bars that offer great treats for visitors. Yummy dessert items and savory snacks are favorites that visitors are welcome to enjoy in the lobby area. Beverages that guests may take into the theaters include water, soda, hot beverages, beer, spirits, and wine.

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Sight Name: Overture Center
Sight Location: Madison, USA (See walking tours in Madison)
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery
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