Sun Prairie Public Library

Someone's Gotta Do It: Monologues with Forward Theater

Chances are, you’ve had one – more than one. They can be inspiring, terrifying, tedious, nauseating, and profound.  Jobs.   Jobs put food on our tables, roofs over our heads, and (sometimes) anxiety in our hearts.


The Someone's Gotta Do It monologues introduce you to characters telling their work stories: the exhilarating, the necessary, and the outlandishly absurd.

Play Club with Forward Theater: Marjorie Prime

Play Club is part book club, part performance experience.  This program presents the opportunity to explore a play in depth through guided discussion, performance of scenes by actors, and discussion with director and actors. Participants will gain a new perspective on what makes a play work and how it is brought to life on stage.

Participants will sign up at the library for Play Club and will receive a copy of the play, Marjorie Prime, by Jordan Harrison, to read prior to Play Club.  

Wisconsin Film Festival Pop Up! Neruda

Join us for a free WI Film Festival pop up screening of the film, Neruda. This Golden Globe nominee tells the story of an inspector who hunts down Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda after he becomes a fugitive in his country for joining the Communist Party in the late 1940s.

Refreshments served.

This film has a run time of approximately 107 minutes and is rated R. Adults only please.

The Stories of Fiddler on the Roof

This program is produced by Four Seasons Theatre as an outreach component of its 2016/2017 season and draws on the work of Alisa Solomon, author of Wonder of Wonders: A Cultural History of Fiddler on the Roof. Tamara Brognano, Four Seasons Theatre Outreach Coordinator, will lead a program that introduces the audience to Sholem-Aleichem’s stories and describes the collaboration of Broadway artists that resulted in the creation of Fiddler on the Roof.