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Chestnut Avenue Center for the Arts

208 S. Chestnut Avenue, Marshfield, WI
715-389-8999WebsiteGoogle Maps

The Chestnut Avenue Center is Marshfield's newest venue for performing arts, visual arts, and literary arts. Located in a historic church building in downtown Marshfield, it's a great place to enjoy concerts, plays, poetry readings, recitals, art gallery shows, and workshops. You'll also find individual artists' and musicians' studios, recording/video services, and much more. Whether your tastes are for classical, folk or popular art forms, this is the place to connect with the arts - and creative people - in Marshfield!

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LuCille Tack Center for the Arts

300 School Street, Spencer, WI
715-659-4499EmailWebsiteGoogle Maps

LuCille Tack Center has become a cultural focal point in Central Wisconsin. Realizing that the power of the arts enriches lives and builds communities. Stitched together like a patchwork quilt with layers of textures, brilliant colors and unique motifs, this season will be a virtual tapestry of artistic experiences like no other.

It's vibrant fusion, richly woven, as wonderful as life itself. Just like a favorite patchwork quilt, our season will hold special memories and enfold you with a sense of pleasure.

Pittsville Area Foundation for the Arts

Pittsville High School

Pittsville, WI
715-884-6502WebsiteGoogle Maps

Pittsville Area Foundation for the Arts is dedicated to advance the importance, development, and growth of the arts and cultural activities for community members of all ages. the non-profit organization was incorporated in May of 2000 for the purpose of scheduling, hosting, and coordination various events at the facility. Community volunteers continue to combine efforts to bring various performing arts to the Pittsville School Auditorium.

Roger's Cinema

419 South Central, Marshfield, WI
715-387-256WebsiteGoogle Maps

Catch the latest on the silver screen at Marshfield'smovie theater.  The mega movie theater features eight screens and stadium seating!  Call for showtimes, or visit online.

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The Vox

111 E. Fourth St., Marshfield, WI
715-502-9850WebsiteGoogle Maps

Opening their newest venue in April, 2017, The Vox features big city music, small town vibe with national touring musicians in a very intimate space for a unique concert experience.  Check the website for show dates, and you can even book a weekend package with a hotel room included!

UW-Marshfield / Wood County

Helen Connor Laird Fine Arts Building

2000 W. Fifth Street, Marshfield, WI
715-389-6534WebsiteGoogle Maps

Marshfield is home to the Marshfield-Wood County Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Chorale Campus-Community Theater. Productions, films, concerts and lectures are held throughout the year. The UW-Marshfield/Wood County campus welcomes and encourages the use of the Helen Connor Laird Fine arts Building theatres for the promotion of the performing arts within the greater Marshfield community.

The Helen Connor Laird Arts Building, completed in 1971, is the primary venue for the performing events on campus. The building houses the 340-seat Helen Connor Laird Theatre, the Fine Arts Gallery and the UW Box Office for tickets sales on the building's main level. The intimate arena-style Black Box Theatre and rehearsal and practice rooms for theatre and music students are found on the lower level.

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