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Cabaret Milwaukee returns with another live radio drama from the Cream City’s illustrious past. Read more

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Director Josh Bryan’s latest offering for his ’30s-styled radio show-musical-play focuses on the socialist mayor of Milwaukee, Daniel Hoan. Read more

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Cabaret Milwaukee hosts its latest old-time radio-style variety show at the historic Astor Hotel. Read more

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Cabaret Milwaukee peppers its crime drama ‘Jealous Revolver’ with sly nods to Milwaukee’s past and sizzling musical breaks. Read more

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The Jealous Revolver opens this week at the Astor Bar in the historical Astor Hotel, and Muskie Love is back by popular demand starting Aug. 31 at the Door Community Auditorium. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Cabaret Milwaukee celebrates three years; a conversation with Producer-Direcotor Josh Bryan Read more

Winter Arts Guide

In the second segment of Cabaret Milwaukee’s ongoing trilogy, a 1940s radio station presents a radio drama called The Prick of the Apothecary, the plot of which involves an army sergeant turned private detective in his search to take down a... Read more

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The Murder Mystery Co. will be staging an interactive whodunnit this month at The Astor Hotel. The historic ’20s hotel’s ballroom will serve as the venue for the company’s interactive show The Best Laid Plans on Oct. 23. Yes, it’s another mur.. Read more

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My great grandfather, a student of George Inness, was a painter of landscapes, portraits and large-format historical and biblical subjects. His twin brother was a Read more

A&E Feature

On July 12-13, the Marshall Building’s newest resident gallery, Timothy Cobb Fine Arts (TCFA), officially opens. Displaying 17th-21st-century paintings and decorative art objects from the United States, Europe and Asia, Cobb’s Read more

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Carl Sternheim’s 1910 play Die Hose was a clever social satire, but it might have been forgotten to history were it not for the contemporary work of erudite comedian Steve Martin. The author of the books Cruel Shoes, Pure Drivel and Shopgir... Read more

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