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

, , Fall Arts Guide

A highlight this week, PianoArts’ 20th-anniversary festival (June 14-16) offers intriguing performances of piano works set to choreographed dance. Read more

, Performing Arts Weekly

DanceCircus’ Monarchs, Mounds, Migrations was an evening of storytelling, music and motion about migration and the resilience of the human spirit. Read more

Dance

In Monarchs, Mounds, Migrations, DanceCircus’ Betty Salamun directs a varied cast of dancers, musicians and guest performers in an original performance piece; it runs at Next Act Theatre. Read more

Dance

Outskirts Theatre goes Bare, Third Avenue Playhouse turns Red, Wisconsin Philharmonic takes a hike for veterans, and DanceCircus splashes around Milwaukee’s Lakefront. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

“We take our name, DanceCircus, from the ancient Roman word circus , which means ‘circle,’" says the ensemble’s artistic director, Betty Salamun. “Our programs reflect the more contemporary meaning of circle: an area of action or influen.. Read more

Happening Now

The 1-year-old Milwaukee Dance Theatre Network (MDTN) was finding its legs, or so it seemed to me, at its first anniversary gathering on Oct. 1 at Danceworks. The members are the artistic leaders of many of Milwaukee’s dance organizations a... Read more

A&E Feature

On March 17-20, DanceCircus, In the Dance Café and multi-disciplinary guest artists collaborate to bring Confluence—down by the riverside to Next Act Theatre; the piece celebrates the communities and natural beauty of Milwaukee’s three majo... Read more

Dance

Betty Salamun founded DanceCircus 40 years ago to fill a void in dance in Milwaukee. Her choreography is deeply concerned with nature and the environment. It’s the Read more

Off the Cuff

Hey folks, sorry I haven't posted anything here about Braun, but I've been in charge of coverage over at BrewCrewBall.com.Head over there for a post summarizing the press conference, as well as a (large) collection of links about the verdict.Mak.. Read more

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A Latin American drug lord is whisked from his private runway to his gated mansion, surrounded at all times by heavily armed bodyguards. But in The Mechanic, a remake of the 1972 Charles Bronson flick, no one is safe from Arthur Bishop (Jas... Read more

Film Reviews

Nina Sky - The Other Side (stream or download) The identical twin dance-pop duo Nina Sky scored a briefly inescapable hit with 2004's "Move Ya Body," a post-Neptunes re-imagining of Caribbean club music, but their attempts to release new music h.. Read more

On Music

A young Shannon Winslow made her sculptural debut with her first solo show on summer gallery night in July where several former college teachers came to congratulate her.  Grava Gallery in the Historic Third Ward's Marshall Building featured her f.. Read more

Visual Arts

Lately, Colin Farrell has been a welcome presence in such small-scale, unHollywood films as In Bruges and Ondine. In Triage, he plays a photojournalist who throws caution aside, hurling himself into battle for a good picture as if forgetting tha.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

The Germans who fled to Milwaukee in the mid-19th century, many ofthem leading voices in Trace Elements ,Classical Music/Dance Read more

Classical Music

The situation in Tibet remains grave. China continues to occupy the roof of the world and is settling large numbers of Chinese in the mountainous land, threatening to displace the native Tibetans. Meanwhile, many young Tibetans have grown impati.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

DanceCircus’ latest program, “Mud, Sweat and Tears: Voices from the Field,” pays homage to the planet not only through the movement of dance but also through poetry, live Brazilian music, capoeira and, in one piece, Aldo Leopold’s Read more

Today in Milwaukee

DanceCircus’ latest program, “Mud, Sweat and Tears: Voices from the Field,” pays homage to the planet not only through the movement of dance but also through poetry, live Brazilian music, capoeira and, in one piece, Aldo Leopold’s Read more

Today in Milwaukee

DanceCircus’ latest program, “Mud, Sweat and Tears: Voices from the Field,” pays homage to the planet not only through the movement of dance but also through poetry, live Brazilian music, capoeira and, in one piece, Aldo Leopold’s Read more

Today in Milwaukee

In 1974, high-wire artist Philippe Petit performed the most amazing tight-rope walk in the Man On Wire ,Today in Milwaukee Read more

Today in Milwaukee

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