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Get personally involved in local politics and social justice causes; find out how by reading Saving Our Democracy. Read more

Saving Our Democracy

Ruthie offers insight on coming out as well as her social calendar in the greater Milwaukee area. Read more

Dear Ruthie

Dear Ruthie shares her social calendar of New Year’s Eve events and gives advice to a closeted gay man who wants out. Read more

Dear Ruthie

Dear Ruthie shares advice about Christmas trees and her social calendar in the greater Milwaukee area. Read more

Dear Ruthie

Boulevard Theatre’s Mothers and Sons is a nuanced, powerful family drama about homosexuality, familial love and loss. Read more

Theater

Dear Ruthie shares her advice on manners and courtesy, then gives us a glimpse of her calendar of LGBTQ events in the Greater Milwaukee area. Read more

Dear Ruthie

There isn’t much in the way of LGBTQ theater this season, but Boulevard Theatre is producing Terrance McNally’s acclaimed masterpiece Mothers and Sons. Read more

My LGBTQ POV

Read Shepherd Express’ Saving Our Democracy column for a list of political and social justice activities you can get involved with taking place throughout the greater Milwaukee area for the week of July 26-Aug. 1, 2018. Read more

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Ruthie counsels a couple with very different ideas of how much holiday decorating is the right amount. Read more

Dear Ruthie

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Love is pitted against greed in Boulevard Theatre’s inspiring concert reading of Jerry Herman’s Dear World. Read more

Theater

Boulevard Theatre’s season opens with Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor’s gracefully written and insightfully performed Small Things. Read more

Theater

Performing Arts Week spotlights artistic events September-October, including the Florentine’s “Season Sampler" concert, Boulevard Theatre’s Small Things and Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Teacher and student navigate the complexities of densely packed storytelling in John Murrell’s Taking Shakespeare. Read more

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It was suggested that I might want to sit somewhere else. They were folding chairs right next to the stage. Probably not very comfortable. These were a pair of chairs right next to a coat rack. No obstruction of the stage. No one else there. Just .. Read more

Theater

The Boulevard Theatre presents the Midwest premiere of John Murrell’s dramatic comedy Taking Shakespeare; The Milwaukee Rep presents American playwright Tennessee Williams’ classic, five-character memory play, The Glass Menagerie; Rebecca H... Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Ah, Christmastide. For many LGBTs, it means church. What are some local options for inclusive services? Paul Masterson discusses the issues and offerings in this week’s “My LGBT POV.” Read more

My LGBTQ POV

Theatre Gigante stages a delightfully fun and funny political satire this month with Mark Anderson’s Quorum. Read more

Theater

Theatre Gigante revive’s Mark Anderson’s Quorum, originally written for Theatre X and premiered in 1993 in the aftermath of the Clinton-Bush race of ’92. Show runs Oct. 7-15 at Plymouth Church. Read more

A&E Feature

I don’t know whether Arthur Sullivan’s The Zoo sounds more like a bizarrely antiquated tale or the plot of some weird contemporary indie movie. The romantic comedy follows two couples. A wealthy man who has fallen in love with a concession.. Read more

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In the Boulevard Theatre’s currently running production of The Bald Soprano, two supercilious, well-to-do couples bicker, backbite and vie for dominance with increasing incomprehensibility, such that by play’s end, language has broken down ... Read more

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