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Great acting and well-paced direction by C. Michael Wright that keeps this 'Jeeves' afloat and a delight to watch. Read more

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This week, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre presents Jeeves at Sea, Margaret Raether’s fourth adaptation of the classic P.G. Wodehouse Jeeves stories. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

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Photo Credit: Mark Frohna

'Newsies' is a real-life story that made front-page news at that time; now, it comes back to life on the Skylight Stage—a hit for all ages. Read more

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This week, the Milwaukee Ballet presents Léo Delibes’ glorious music set to great choreography in the comic ballet, Coppélia. Read more

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The scaled-down version of Oklahoma! Skylight offers includes a highly talented, multi-racial cast of 12, a small, on-stage band and superbly evocative set design and costumes. Read more

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This week, the MacDowell Club’s “Grand Finale” farewell concert takes place at Villa Terrace with works by Chopin, Liszt, Gershwin and more. Read more

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Broadway Theatre Center hosts a conversation between Kate Baldwin and Skylight Music Theatre’s Michael Unger. Read more

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Ben Yela—local musician and actor—talks about getting involved in the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and his experiences as an independent artist in the city. Read more

Off the Cuff

Dear Ruthie offers advice to a reader and shares her social calendar of events of interest to members of Milwaukee’s LGBTQ community for the second week of August. Read more

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Renaissance Theaterworks, Milwaukee’s prestigious women’s theater, will leave the Broadway Theatre Center to the Next Act Theatre building. Read more

Arts News

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Artistic director Ray Jivoff retires on a high note with the Cole Porter musical. Read more

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Skylight Music Theatre, Milwaukee Opera Theatre, Danceworks Performance Company and Chant Claire Chamber Choir present Carmina Burana as a visual and aural spectacle full of boisterous energy. Read more

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Skylight’s Michael “Ding” Lorenz offers a light-hearted performance with percussions in Things that Go Ding! Read more

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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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Highlighting this week’s arts’ scene, Strange Snow falls in the Broadway Theatre Center’s Studio Theatre and In Tandem Theatre Company takes the gauge of Eric Coble’s The Velocity of Autumn, which blows into the Tenth Street Theatre. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

This week’s highlights include Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s Young Playwrights Festival Showcase, which returns to Broadway Theatre Center’s Studio Theatre for an eighth year. Read more

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Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s Christmas in Babylon gives a lesson in familial love when a blue-collar family clashes with the father’s ex-fiancée of 25 years, now a wealthy self-help guru. Read more

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John Waters, known for his irreverent humor, considered Hairspray, set in 1962, to be “a comedy about integration,” but it goes beyond that. Hairspray champions the underdog, addresses racism and encourages self-acceptance. Read more

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Milwaukee’s performing arts groups greet the season with an array of holiday-themed shows as Christmas approaches. Read more

A&E Feature

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

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