Ten Chimneys

S43 W31575 Depot Road
Genesee Depot, WI 53127
Seating: 200 guests
Cocktail Reception: 300 guests

Ten Chimneys

For decades, Ten Chimneys has been a marvelous place for Broadway’s elite to entertain and rejuvenate. Now, our foundation offers stunning rental spaces for your event. Although guests can no longer entertain in the estate, the Lunt-Fontanne Program Center is the ideal venue for your corporate event, wedding reception or private party.

Ten Chimneys Foundation

Ten Chimneys is a landmark unique among our national treasures. Ten Chimneys’ diverse collections and enchanting décor are comprised of the original pieces hand-picked by the Lunts in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s. And the magic is undiminished. As guests are welcomed through the Lunts’ remarkable creation, they are surprised and then moved by countless details.
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Ten Chimneys FoundationWednesday, July 17th, 2019 at 3:21pm
By special invitation of Lynn and Alfred, the 2019 Lunt-Fontanne Fellows enjoyed a rare and unparalleled experience. The chance to dine in the heart of the Lunt's historic home of Ten Chimneys.
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Ten Chimneys FoundationTuesday, July 16th, 2019 at 4:50pm
Welcome to the 2019 Lunt-Fontanne Fellows. All of the actors arrived on Sunday for this intensive Master Class headed by Tyne Daly.

Tickets are still availible for Friday July 19th's Conversation with Tyne Daly, and for the Concluding Presentatoin featuring the above actors on July 20th.

Please call Ten Chimneys at 262-968-4110 to make your reservations today!
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Ten Chimneys FoundationWednesday, July 3rd, 2019 at 4:00pm
Ten Chimneys is proud to highlight the talented Craig Wallace, nominated by the Shakespeare Theatre Comany, as among our 2019 Lunt Fontanne Fellows.

"I am delighted to nominate Craig Wallace for the Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship at Ten Chimneys. It has been a delight to watch Craig’s growth as an actor through the years that I’ve been here. He began doing small roles in several of our Shakespearean productions, and blessed with a strong voice and an equally strong stage presence, he has through the application of his talent emerged as one of the leading actors of the Washington, DC theatre scene. He has played major and iconic roles in many of the area theatres, and I know that he will be a valuable addition to this year’s group of fellows. I have been a friend of Tyne’s for quite some years, and I am so pleased that they will be working together."

- Michael Kahn,

Tickets are on sale now for our Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship presentations on July 19th and July 20th. Make sure to get your tickets now.
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Ten Chimneys FoundationTuesday, July 2nd, 2019 at 4:00pm
Ten Chimneys is pleased to highlight Herbert Siguenza, nominated by La Jolla Playhouse, as one of our 2019 Lunt-Fontanne Fellows.

"I am honored to nominate Herbert Siguenza for Ten Chimneys’ Lunt-Fontanne fellowship. As a founding member of Culture Clash, the iconic -- and gleefully iconoclastic -- Chicano/Latino theatre company, Herbert’s contribution to the landscape of the American Theater is truly monumental. Through brilliant satire, heartbreaking drama and irreverent physical comedy, Culture Clash has tackled many of the hot button topics facing our nation for over thirty years, filtered through a Chicano point of view. Their work has been performed at many of the country’s top regional theaters including The Mark Taper Forum, The Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre, Huntington Stage, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and La Jolla Playhouse, where we've had the great privilege of producing Zorro in Hell and American Night: The Ballad of Juan José. Herbert is also a prolific writer and performer apart from Culture Clash; the Playhouse -- in partnership with San Diego REP -- premiered his site-specific, post-apocalyptic riff on Henry IV, El Henry, in 2014 as part of our Without Walls series. The show ingenuously turned the Silo in Makers Corner in San Diego's East Village into a run-down metropolis called Aztlan City in 2045, where Mexicans and Chicanos rule a society abandoned by Anglo America. Herbert is a vibrant and essential member of our theatre community. He has chosen San Diego as his theatrical home and audiences around town have been wowed by his wildly imaginative and politically sharp pieces. As a founder of Amigos Del Rep, a theatre advocacy council of community members and artists who promote Hispanic/Latino/Chicano theatre at San Diego REP and around the city, Herbert is mentoring the next generation of Hispanic/Latino/Chicano artists.We are thrilled that Herbert will be the beneficiary of this invaluable fellowship."
- Christopher Ashley, Artistic Director
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Ten Chimneys FoundationMonday, July 1st, 2019 at 4:00pm
Ten Chimneys is delighted to spotlight Joey Parsons, nominated by the Yale Repertory Theatre as a member of our 2019 Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship Program.

"Joey Parsons is a deeply talented and accomplished actor, as well as a buoyant and loving collaborator who makes everyone around her feel lucky to be in the room. She is fiercely curious, and marshals both rigor and spontaneity in her work, while modeling what it is to be generous with others. Working with her is a joy: she is a star both in life and onstage."
- James Bundy, Artistic Director

Tickets are available now for July 19th and 20th for the Fellowship week presentations.