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Brennan Seehafer Productions has been presenting shows at the Capitol Civic Centre for several years. In addition to the annual Ultimate Tribute performances, Brennan Seehafer Productions have presented The Lettermen, Dennis DeYoung and The Music of STYX, and Artrageous, just to name a few.

Newest to the dance studio lineup, Downtown Dance Company offers instruction to students from 18-months to 18-years.

It would not be Christmas, if not for the annual tradition of The Nutcracker, on stage the weekend prior to the holiday, now in its 40 season! In addition to this holiday classic, performed by the Jean Wolfmeyer Dance Company and presented with the Capitol Civic Centre, the Jean Wolfmeyer School of Dance takes to the Capitol stage early in June for its annual “Dancee Awards” recital.

Kaleidoscope Dance Studio is well-known throughout our community, providing dance instruction to local children ages 3 to 18. Jazz, tap, ballet, lyrical, and hip-hop are featured in the annual recital at the Capitol in the month of May.

The UW-Green Bay Lakeshore Wind Ensemble (LWE) and the UW-Green Bay Lakeshore Big Band (LBB) perform seven concerts at the Capitol Civic Centre yearly.

Under the direction of Dylan Thomas Chmura-Moore, the Manitowoc Symphony Orchestra (MSO) has been delighting audiences and providing a creative outlet for community musicians since 1951. Orchestra members carry their passion for fine music to delicious heights through live presentations of classical works. Four concerts are performed each year, following months of intense study and many weeks of practice. The work is continuous, but the MSO musicians are committed to excellence.

The Manitowoc Lutheran High Lancers’ holiday concert, a community tradition, is a free concert open to the public. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors and enjoy the sound of these talented students!

The Manitowoc Noon Rotary Club presents the Kids From Wisconsin at the Capitol Civic Centre in mid-July. This performance showcases the many talents of Wisconsin youth who sing, dance, and provide the music for this exciting show.

MantyDance features dancers ranging from 18 months through adults in the annual recital in May at the Capitol Civic Centre. Instructors cover many disciplines of dance including creative movement, jazz, tap, hip-hop, ballet, and pointe.

The Peter Quince Performing Company, Ltd., was founded on May 1, 1969, by Reed Humphrey and Emily Mueller to provide an opportunity for young people in the Manitowoc County area to produce, on their own, a full-scale theatrical production over the summer months.

The Masquers, Inc. has been a leader in the Manitowoc arts community since 1931. A non-profit organization, they lay claim to the title of one of Wisconsin’s Oldest Community Theater Groups. Throughout history,  they have produced at least two shows every season for the last 85 years.

Treehouse Theater productions showcase the talent of up to 60 students, ages four to 18, in each local production. Treehouse Theater presents quality arts programming in visual quality productions, helping to build character on stage… and for life.

Celebrate the sounds of the season when the multi-talented student body of Valders High School take the Capitol stage for their annual holiday concert in December.