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Marti Gobel and Isabel Quintero are Sharon and Robyn, two middle-aged women moving in and bonding together despite belonging to very different worlds. Read more

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J.M. Barrie’s children’s classic Peter Pan is told from Tinker Bell’s perspective in this exciting new production. Read more

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Photo Credit: Michael Brosilow

Through Things I Know to Be True, the Milwaukee Rep touches on topics such as family, peer pressure, expectation and being transgender. Read more

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Photo Credit: Paul Ruffolo

Vietnam War veterans are struggling to survive back home in Strange Snow, an Off-Broadway show presented by Milwaukee Chamber Theatre. Read more

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For some of the best acting in the Milwaukee suburbs, head over to West Allis’ Village Playhouse for Driving Miss Daisy, playwright Alfred Uhry’s Valentine to respect and friendship. Read more

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Photo Credit: Ross Zentner

Dominique Morisseau’s play, Blood at the Root, about a 2006 racial incident, carries a powerful message about social prejudice and systematic injustice. Read more

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First Stage’s Young Company presents Girls in the Boat, a fast-paced retelling of the story of our country’s first female professional rowing team. Read more

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Photo Credit: Paul Ruffolo

First Stage has produced The Best Christmas Pageant Ever nine times since 1990, as it is a popular story about compassion, empathy and love. This year, for the first time, the story has been adapted as a musical. Read more

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Anyone who has unwantedly endured the holiday season without a romantic partner will relate to Next Act Theatre’s The Twelve Dates of Christmas. Read more

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Milwaukee Rep’s The All Night Strut! is a tuneful tribute to the Greatest Generation’s songs, including novelty tunes, ballads, love songs and bebop hits. Read more

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Photo credit: Ross E. Zentner

Renaissance Theaterworks’ Native Gardens invites you to laugh and think about racism and prejudice. Read more

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Photo Credit: Paul Ruffolo

A light-fingered thief seems to have made off with a young girl’s painting in the world premiere of First Stage’s musical, Nate the Great. Read more

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Photo Credit: Ross Zentner

Some of the area’s best actors give life to characters that are undeniably quirky but also are deeply rooted in the rural, Irish soil. Read more

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Photo Credit: Paul Ruffolo

In this gentle two-hander by Irish writer Christian O’Reilly, older adults must cope with the realities of their difficult, lower-class, everyday lives. Read more

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A familiar face in Milwaukee theater, Reese Madigan, will be seen this summer at APT in Spring Green. Read more

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Waukesha Civic Theatre strikes a chilling note for mystery buffs in Frederick Knott’s Wait Until Dark. Read more

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If the first few bars of a musical’s overture are greeted by a roar from the audience, chances are you’re sitting at a performance of Les Miserables. Read more

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Acacia Theatre’s revised version of The Hiding Place is a must-see event for those who need inspiration on how common people rise to the occasion and do the most uncommon things. Read more

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Hoping to come out a winner, Waukesha Civic Theatre lost too many turns while producing Clue: The Musical; through March 25. Read more

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Photo Credit: Paul Ruffolo

In under two hours, The Wiz contains most of the key scenes of the 1978 film. Read more

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