Art and Soul Innovations Presents: Proud Theater: Fearless Hearts


‘Proud Theater: Fearless Hearts’ is a fun and exciting evening of theater, music, spoken word, poetry and dance written by and starring the talented youth of Madison’s premier LGBTQ youth theater. This year the youth look at politics, bullying, gender, profiling and family issues.

Our show runs May 30 and 31, and June 1, 2013 - 7:30 PM and a special matinee on June 1, 2:30 PM. All four presentations will be in the Black Box Theatre in the Stream Building at Edgewood College, 1000 Edgewood College Drive in Madison, Wisconsin. Tickets can be reserved via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling the Proud Theater Hotline at 608-222-9086. Tickets can be paid for only on the day of the show and must be picked up no later than 15 minutes before curtain, or the tickets will be made available for sale. The box office opens one hour before show time.

For more info on Proud Theater or ‘Proud Theater: Fearless Hearts’, contact Executive Director Brian Wild at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or call Proud Theater at 608-222-9086. Tax-deductible donations to the organization can be sent to: Proud Theater, 702 Nichols Rd, Monona WI, 53716, or via PayPal to the right of this column!

Keep In Touch

Join Our Email List

Donate to Proud Theater

Please consider supporting our efforts.


Follow Us


Need Help?


The Trevor Project is a safe, confidential line for LGBTQIA youth. Help can be found at 

or 866-488-7386.

They also have online chat and text options!

Trans Lifeline is a hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people. Help can be found at 

or (877) 565-8860


CrisisTextLine is Free, 24/7, and Confidential. Text "START to 741-741, or go to for information and more resources.


You can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifelife at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)



If you have a family member or friend who is suicidal, do not leave them alone. Try to get the person to seek help immediately from an emergency room, physician, or mental health professional. Take seriously any comments about suicide or wishing to die. Even if you do not believe your family member or friend will actually attempt suicide, the person is clearly in distress and can benefit from your help in receiving mental health treatment.