Whether your pleasure is music, theater or the arts, you’ll find it here! Just minutes away from Milwaukee’s Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Milwaukee Art Museum and the Pabst Theater, Brookfield is the perfect place to stay after a night out on the town. If you’d prefer to enjoy local arts, you’ll find plenty of that right in Brookfield.
The Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts is one of the finest multi-disciplinary cultural arts centers in the United States, with a mission to be the catalyst for lifelong discovery and exploration of the Arts. As a year-round hub of activity, the Wilson Center presents performances by world-renowned artists and ensembles: offers arts education opportunities: curates the Ploch Art gallery, which features both national and Wisconsin-based fine artists: and is committed to extending the arts beyond the walls of the Center through Lynn Chappy Arts Park- a vibrant outdoor sculpture landscape that will engage and inspire the broader Southeastern Wisconsin Community. In August, the annual Wilson Center Guitar Competition & Festival celebrates the worlds leading classical, rock/blues, jazz and fingerstyle guitarists. For more information please visit http://www.wilson-center.com
The Marcus Majestic Cinema of Brookfield is your premier entertainment destination featuring 16 state-of-the-art auditoriums, including two 72-foot wide, three-story tall UltraScreen concepts that have massive screens and Dolby Atmos sound. There’s also an array of food and beverage options including three Big Screen Bistro auditoriums which offer full-service, in-theater dining. For more information, visit http://www.marcustheater.com.
The Sunset Playhouse is a story of friendship, camaraderie, joy, hard work and perseverance. Since its first production, the Playhouse has been blessed with the contribution of 1,402,050 hours of dedicated service from 36,850 extraordinary volunteers. Sunset was the first theater in the state of Wisconsin to be built entirely by a community theater group. While the structure was little more than a concrete box, it was the ticket to providing the levels of quality and service the community deserved. Sunset produces eight Furlan Auditorium Productions per season consisting of comedies, mysteries, musicals, and dramas. The Playhouse is also home to three professional series- Musical Main Stage Concert Series with six concerts each season, a five-show cabaret series and a three-show children’s series. For more information please visit http://www.sunsetplayhouse.com.