Tuesday, November 6, 2018

CABin Fever Comedy Night!

It's everything you've heard about, and more!
Locally grown, hand-harvested humor - now twice a year!
Sponsored by Brothers on Oak
Saturday night, December 1st
7pm
Al. Ringling Mansion Ballroom
623 Broadway St. Baraboo
(enter on 5th Ave.)
$15 at the door
No host bar and snacks available

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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

CABin Comedy Stand-Up Auditions!


Bring us your funny! String together all those jokes that you torture your family with over the holidays. Auditions for our bi-annual CABin Fever fundraiser, a night of stand-up comedy, are here!
  • Monday, October 29th
  • 6:30pm
  • Al. Ringling Mansion ballroom, 623 Broadway St. Baraboo WI (entrance on 5th Ave.)
  • Come prepared with a minimum of 3 minutes of original stand-up material. 
Contact us with questions:
creativeallianceofbaraboo@gmail.com
(608) 620-5165

There will be a small stipend for all chosen performers!
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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

MaCABre 6! Scary Stories ~ Strange Smells

This night of Halloween silliness starts with locally written one act plays and local actors! Be prepared to laugh out loud and hide your eyes!

Where: Circus World Museum
When: October 19th & 20th at 7PM
Admission: $5 - proceeds benefit unique and creative theatre opportunities in our community!

Tickets can be purchased at the door. Come as yourself, someone else or as your favorite costumed creature!

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Monday, May 14, 2018

PIZZA At Our Annual Meeting! 5/17/18 6pm Gem City!

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Friday, May 4, 2018

MARK YOUR CALENDAR
 for our next Original Works!!
Creative Alliance of Baraboo Theatre PRESENTS
A night of locally written, original shorty plays.
Friday and Saturday nights, June 8-9
7pm 
UW Baraboo/Sauk County
R.G. Brown Theatre
$5 admission (Can't beat that!)
Our fearless former producer/director, Rhonda Siebecker - gracing the stage this time around in
"Guess Who's Coming to Prom", by Kelly Dwyer (pictured with Brittany Ogden)
You've laughed at her before, come laugh at (or with) Genny Petrulis in
"The Sarcastic Djinn", by Kendall Roland.
Eric Allain and Erin Dooley-Moore grace the stage again in
"The Dare", by Brianna Tofari.

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