Pal Joey

Boulevard Theatre’s season opener finds the troupe on the move—literally. And the change of scenery served the company well last weekend in its limited run of the Read more


Inthe years to come, online video just might become indispensable in promotingupcoming local theater shows. There are bound to be a lot of soft-sellapproaches that have more to do with image than they do the actual show that’sbeing promoted. T.. Read more


In 18th-century Paris, the appellation boulevard theatre meant a formerly itinerant acting company who’d carved out year-round indoor space along the newly Read more

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TheBoulevard Theatre is no longer atthe Boulevard Theatre. So it’s going to be kind of a weird season. The firstshow of the new season for the Boulevard will be staged at the South MilwaukeePerforming Arts Center. Pal Joey runs for three perfo.. Read more


PersonallyI’m going to miss one of the smallest stages in town. The Boulevard Theatre onSouth  Kinnickinnic Avenue was perilouslysmall. Audience members would pass through the set on their way to the tinyrestroom. Even at the back wall of the .. Read more


Milwaukee’s immigrant community rallied a shocking 30,000 supporters when it launched its A Day Without Latinos march in the spring of 2006.Four years later, its organizer, Christine Neumann-Ortiz, the founding executive director of Voces d... Read more

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With his smooth yet raspy voice, Citizen Cope’s Clarence Greenwood offers easy, freeform raps about whatever’s occupying his head at the moment. He puts a twist on the usual jam-band-esque solo artist by spicing the typical doses of rock, p... Read more

Today in Milwaukee

A second Metro Market recently opened its doors in Brookfield (17630 W. Bluemound Road). Like the first, it is very upscale. The Brookfield version, however, is even larger. As you’d expect, this Metro Market features an impressive array of... Read more

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