(MADISON, Wis.)—, Executive Director KelsyAnne Schoenhaar announced today that Encore Studio for the Performing Arts is rehearsing Marriage-Ability. All performances to be held at the Mary Dupont Wahlers Theatre, 1480 Martin St. Madison, WI.

Marriage-Ability (February 5-20, 2016)

Encore presents their newest musical comedy, Marriage-Ability. In typical Encore form, the company thoroughly examines marriage and relationships through the lenses of people with disabilities. The lyrics range from a traditional stance on love and relationships to the less conventional in a song about focused on cheating and the 7-year itch. Songs include: Love Divine, I Don’t Know Why I Married You, Er’body Gettin’ Crazy Tonight (a polka), The Bitch’s Tango, Everything’s OK Now, Don’t Go to Bed Angry (blues) and People with Disabilities Shouldn’t Get Married. (Reggae)

This production will be directed by Executive Director Schoenhaar and Artistic Associate Heather Renken. This project is funded in part by a grant from the New Harvest Foundation, Inc.

Show times are:
Friday, February 5th at 8pm
Saturday, February 6th at 2 pm and 8pm
Friday, February 12th at 8pm
Saturday, February 13th at 2 pm and 8pm
Friday, February 19th at 8pm
Saturday, February 20th at 8 pm

Ticket prices are $15, or $10 students, seniors & people with disabilities.
There will be limited seating so reserve your tickets early!
Tickets may be reserved by calling 608-255-0331
or email your reservations to: tickets@encorestudio.org

Founded in September of 2000, Encore is the only professional theatre company for people with disabilities in Wisconsin and one of very few in the United States. Encore’s home theater is the Mary Dupont Wahlers Theatre at Encore! Studio, in Madison, WI; however, they also play to conferences in Madison, throughout Wisconsin, and beyond. Many of the Encore repertory actors have also appeared elsewhere in professional theater, video and film. Encore is a member of Theatre Wisconsin (an alliance of non-profit professional theatres throughout the state).

Encore has produced over fifty original productions primarily focusing on people with disabilities. Previous productions have included To Love or Not to Love, vignettes dealing with sexual abuse, relationships and human sexuality in the disabled community, Real Life, which premiered and played to sold-out houses in November 2004 and the critically acclaimed Lost Track which shares the journey of a young woman through the highs and lows of bi-polar disorder.

For more information about Encore Studio visit our website (www.encorestudio.org ) or facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EncoreStudio?fref=ts