Welcome to the
Monroe-Jackson Dance Theatre
of Central Wisconsin

The Monroe-Jackson Dance Theatre
A non-profit Performing Arts Organization since 1996

Mission Statement:  To provide performance opportunities to the men, women and children
of the area communities, developing an appreciation
of the arts through dance theatre education
and production of performances.


Thumbelina Ballet


Thumbelina stars Annaliese Wagner as Thumbelina, Mary Patterson as the White Butterfly, Emily Schack as the White Sorceress, Eugene Hertzfeldt as the Prince and Lauren Patterson as the Locust.

Origninal musical score by S. Christian Collins and
Choreography by Suzanne Swanson Wagner.


  • Black River Falls High School:
  • Saturday, March 3 at 3:00 pm
  • March 3, 2007
    Lunda Theatre in Black River Falls, Wisconsin
    Show Times: 3:00 PM
    Tickets Available at The Merchant Store, Holiday Station and Marilyn School of Dance Studio
    Advance Adults: $8.00, Children (12 and under)
  • and Senior Citizens $6.00
    At the Door Adults: $10.00, Children and Senior Citizens $8.00

  • Onalaska High School:
  • Saturday, March 10  7:00 pm
  • March 10, 2007
    Onalaska High School Auditorium in Onalaska, Wisconsin
    Show Times: 7:00 PM
    Tickets Available at Quillins and Festival Foods Crossing Meadows
    General Admission Tickets $10.00


  • Tomah High School:
  • Saturday, March 17 at 7:00 pm
  • March 17, 2007
    Tomah High School Auditorium in Tomah, Wisconsin
    One Show Only 7:00 PM
    Tickets Available at Phillips Pharmacy, Marilyn School of Dance and J-J's Floral Shop
    Advance Adults: $8.00, Children (12 and under)
  • and Senior Citizens $6.00
    At the Door Adults: $10.00, Children and Senior Citizens $8.00
For tickets, please call Linda at (608) 372-5003.

Monroe-Jackson Dance Theatre
1007 Superior Avenue
Tomah, WI 54660
(608)372-7488







Children who are enrolled in Ballet I and up are encouraged to embrace this opportunity to fulfill the dream of performing in such magical productions as The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty and more.  All community members are encouraged to participate in all facets of the performance.  Artistic or organizational talents are needed, from stage technicians to dramatic performers. 


If you would like more information about the Monroe-Jackson Dance Theatre, for performance and ticket information contact:

  Marilyn School of Dance.

608-372-7488