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Eleanor Burgess’ two-act play pitches a Polish immigrant teacher against a black student activist in a discussion on race, persecution and history. Read more

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PHOTO CREDIT: Michael Brosilow

Milwaukee Rep’s production of the classic musical is top notch. Read more

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In this Milwaukee Rep play, two women, a professor and a student, have a conversation that grows increasingly fraught as they stumble into the racial fissures of modern American society. Read more

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This week, West Side Story, a still highly relevant musical story about forbidden love, comes to the Milwaukee Rep’s Quadracci Powerhouse. Read more

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

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Emerging Professional Residents and Latino Arts String Program offers chances to aspiring performers. Read more

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Present Music’s begins their first post-Kevin Stalheim season on Sept. 7 at the Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts. Read more

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Two Broadway musicals, The Rep’s ‘West Side Story’ and Skylight’s ‘Oklahoma!’ Read more

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And Comes Safe Home performance on Thursday September 29th, 2016 at the UWM Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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Military veterans combat PTSD with a festival of plays at the Milwaukee Rep. Read more

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Photo Credit: Mikki Schaffner

The Rep’s Two Trains Running is in engrossing slice-of-life drama in a Pittsburgh diner. Read more

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When a boy’s mother attempts suicide, he believes creating a list of things that make life brilliant will offer her some solace. Read more

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Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s 'Two Trains Running.' Photo by Mikki Schaffner.

Moral dilemmas aren’t easy to resolve, and the one at the heart of Ben Butler at the Cabot Theatre this play is quite intriguing—and possibly history-making. Read more

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The Milwaukee Rep offers insight in the life and career of Johnny Cash, including moments of hilarity and genuine heartbreak. Read more

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As St. Patrick’s Day is looming closer, Dear Ruthie shares her social calendar in the greater Milwaukee area. Read more

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We talk about identity theft, identity politics and personal identity—the latter especially in the realm of gender. In Milwaukee Rep’s production of Things I Know to Be True, for one character, it’s the crux of the matter. Read more

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Theater critic Chris Jones, author of Rise Up! Broadway and American Society from ‘Angels in America’ to ‘Hamilton,’ in conversation about theater history with Milwaukee Rep artistic director Mark Clements at Bowell Books on Feb. 25. Read more

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The Chinese Lady tells the true story of Afong Moy, the first female Chinese immigrant in America, involuntarily turned into a curiosity exposed in museums and carnivals. Read more

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Highlighting this week’s performing arts’ scene, The Chinese Lady appears at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Torch and Glamour takes to Danceworks’ stage, and Florentine Opera’s studio artists sing “Con Amore.” Read more

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The songs and stories of Mark Twain’s River of Song is well worth the journey. Read more

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Ayad Akhtar has continued to polish the script of Junk. Working with Mark Clements, he’s just finished a newly updated version that will premiere in Milwaukee Jan. 16-Feb. 17. Read more

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