The Waukesha Civic Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide quality live theatre performances and educational opportunities that will enrich, challenge and entertain both participants and audience members.
Despite the relatively snow-free winter we've been having; well at least until now, the often times gray and shortened daylight hours can leave a body a bit cabin feverish. If that's how you're feeling; or if you've children that are driving you a little nutty and you're looking for a diversion, join us at Waukesha Civic Theatre this weekend. We've a warm, welcoming place for you as well as two shows featuring some of our area's creative, talented kids!
Despite the busyness December brings, despite the sometimes familial and hidden calorie charges; both having the potential to explode their messes all over our inside and/or outside person - December is a good month. And with every passing year I'm NOT working a retail job, the Scrooginess that has been clouding my Christmases for the last couple of decades is dissipating - finally. Well, that and my purposeful determination to keep my focus on Who brought Christmas and why. Keeping joy and laughter at the forefront helps!
Who doesn't deliciously shiver when they hear or read those words? It's kind of creepy, yet fun isn't it?
There's a rumbling going on in Waukesha; a battle that's about to commence. A war is brewing. We hope you'll join the "fight," this coming Saturday, October 22, 2011 at the Shattuck Auditorium, Carroll University. First a 7:00 Meet & Greet Cocktail Hour and then at 7:45 p.m. - The War Begins...
I've been through the hills of Kentucky and Tennessee a number of times. The scenery, the winding roads and rivers, the hills and hollers; there truly is nothing else like it. I've also had an occasional opportunity to stop and stay awhile; that Southern Hospitality thing? It's real!