October 1, 2020 – Artrageous (MOVING TO FALL 2021)

(Showtime 7:30 pm) Artrageous is where the Fine Arts meet the Performing Arts! For the […]

October 15, 2020 – Lorrie Morgan

(Showtime: 7:30 pm) One of the most eloquently emotive country vocalists of modern times, Lorrie […]

MOVED TO 2021/2022 SEASON – The Hit Men

(Showtime: 7:30 pm) The Arts Council regrets to inform you that The Hit Men will […]

December 10, 2020 – Christmas With The Nelsons

(Showtime: 7:30 pm) Christmas With The Nelsons tells the story of three family Christmases in […]

January 28, 2021 – The Greatest Love of All

(Not affiliated with the estate of Whitney Houston) (Showtime: 7:30 pm) The Greatest Love of […]

February 11, 2021 – B2wins: Beyond Music

(Showtime: 7:30 pm) From the violet slums of Brazil, B2wins broke the mold of society […]

March 4, 2021 – 7 Bridges Band: The Ultimate Eagles Experience

(Showtime: 7:30 pm) 7 Bridges delivers a stunningly accurate tribute to the Eagles. No backing […]

Welcome to the Arts Council of South Wood County

Thank you for checking out our web site! This is the place where you can find out all about our performances. GREAT NEWS!!! We are thrilled to be moving forward with our 2020/2021 season! Please understand, however, that performances are subject to cancellation/rescheduling. Rest assured that you will be treated fairly and given an opportunity to choose from several options if you’ve purchased a ticket for one of those performances. Think of it as “ticket insurance” without paying a premium!

And having said that…The Arts Council regrets to inform you that The Hit Men will be unable to perform on November 13, 2020. We are working with them to reschedule during our 2021/2022 season. We are sorry for the inconvenience and will begin contacting anyone who has already purchased tickets to discuss options. Thank you for understanding!

While we are doing what we can to keep our patrons, performers, volunteers, and staff safe, we want to stress that we must be responsible together. We appreciate your cooperation in following our guidelines, which are subject to change as we move closer to our season. Here are some safety precautions we are taking:

  • HVAC controls have been adjusted to increase airflow in occupied areas.
  • Masks are required to be worn by patrons, volunteers, and staff and are available for those who may not have one.
  • Separate entrances and exits are designated to the theater.
  • Hand-sanitizing stations are readily available.
  • Frequent disinfecting is being done in restrooms, the lobby, back stage, and the theater, particularly in high-touch areas.
  • Advance ticket sales are required–the box office will be closed.
  • Intermissions may be eliminated to discourage socializing.
  • Meet-and-greets will be eliminated this season.
  • The Mezzanine section is a designated area for those who prefer social distancing.
  • Water bottles will be allowed in the theater.
  • Programs will be distributed on a self-serve basis.
  • Tickets will not be collected at the door but will be checked.

There is something for everyone in the upcoming season, including our student population, who will now be able to attend performances for only $10! Check out the individual pages for each of our performers. Season ticket sales began July 27, and individual ticket sales begin on August 24. In the meantime, here’s a taste of what’s coming up:

We were originally planning on having a FREE bonus performance by the U.S. Navy Band Commodores Jazz Ensemble; however, they have cancelled their Midwest tour. They promised us that when they resume travel in this area, they will contact us to reschedule, so stay tuned!

The past few years, The Arts Council has been the ticket hub for LHS productions. The Lincoln High School Theatre Department is working on ways to deliver student performances during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Information about ticket sales this season will be available on the LHS Theatre Department Facebook page as more information is known: https://www.facebook.com/WRLHSTheatreDept

A shout-out to our friends at Point & Plover Publication for an awesome article on The Arts Council in its September issue. Check it out at www.pointandplover.com!

We are so thankful for our show sponsors! Please show you appreciate them as well by supporting these businesses:

  • Aspirus
  • B-104.9 Radio Station
  • Cobblestone Hotel & Suites
  • Connexus (Bull’s Eye Legacy Fund)
  • Eron & Gee Herman’s Plumbing
  • Haertel Monuments
  • Herman-Taylor Funeral Home
  • Hollyrocks
  • Quality Plus Printing
  • Ritchay Funeral Home
  • Riverhill Dental
  • Solarus
  • Stifel/The Lang-Koss Wealth Management Team
  • WGLX Radio Station
  • Wisconsin Rapids City Times
  • WFHR/WLJY Radio Stations
  • WPCN/WSPT Radio Stations
  • WoodTrust Bank

Louis Armstrong once said, “Music is life itself. What would this world be without good music? No matter what kind it is.” I wholeheartedly agree, particularly in times of uncertainty.

Make this the season to savor the arts, the excitement, the experience–savor our community!

See you at the PAC!

Sally Kissner Signature

Sally Kissner, Executive Director