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Even if religion is not your thing, 'Black Nativity' remains an enjoyable show that’s brimming with song, dance and celebration set to the beat of African drums. Read more



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The departure of director Malkia Stampley has inspired Black Arts MKE to apply the West African concept of Sankofa. Read more

A&E Feature


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Charlamagne tha God comes to Turner Hall to talk about mental health while Black Arts MKE present Hip-Hop DNA and Pieta Brown, Jamie Breiwick and Barbara Stephan play Milwaukee. Read more

This Week in Milwaukee

Here's a comprehensive list of all of the classical music performances scheduled for Fall 2019 in Milwaukee. Read more

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Photo Credit: Jenny Plevin

Director Malkia Stampley and her team locate the ancient story in today’s Milwaukee where a child is born to a homeless Black Mary and Joseph under a local viaduct. Read more



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For the third year and counting, the Marcus Center has teamed with its resident company, Black Arts MKE, to present Langston Hughes’ song play Black Nativity. Read more


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The Shepherd Express presents its Holiday Arts Guide 2017, a compilation of holiday-themed music and theater performances for the season. Read more

A&E Feature


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Sex with Strangers? Reformation-era music? A cat’s personal biography? All that and more on Milwaukee stages this week! Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Acacia Theatre Company 414-744-5995 Alchemist Theatre 414-426-4169 All In Productions Bay Players 414-299-9040 theba,Spring Arts Guide 2017 Read more

Spring Arts Guide

Milwaukee’s venerable Ko-Thi Dance Company will present a major concert, Vibrations: Rhythmic Motion, on Feb. 2 and 3 in the Marcus Center’s Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall. Read more

A&E Feature

Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity returns to the Marcus Center for a second year in a row. The production features many new actors and new direction under Malkia Stampley. Performances run Dec. 1-11. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly