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The play Invader? I Hardly Know Her! has humor in spades, all in the tone of the pun in its title. Read more

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Evelyn Patricia Terry, In America, Wandering and Saving Souls

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Classical (and classical crossover) music hits it big with concerts by the Prometheus Trio and Black Violin. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

More than 100 faculty and student artists will welcome the public to the studios for performances, exhibitions, screenings and art-making. Read more

Visual Arts

All My Sons is dark and dramatic, despite a first act that shows a seemingly light, enjoyable suburban life, as we discover when a family secret is revealed. Read more

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With Cymbeline, UWM acting students gave a rock ‘n’ roll feel to a Shakespearean tragedy by playing on expectations and gender issues. Read more

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Marquette Theatre’s production of Clybourne Park—a 2010 play by Bruce Norris based on Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun—portrays events set both prior to and in the wake of that classic play. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Ahead of his guitar workshop at UWM, influential guitarist Leo Kottke chats about his lifelong love of guitar. Read more

Music Feature

: Coming up in the visual arts this week are a call for submissions for the John Michael Kohler Arts Center’s Arts/Industry Program residency (through May 31), Tosa Pop-Up Shop (May 5) and BFA exhibitions at UWM’s Kenilworth Square East (May 3-19). Read more

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Among this week’s performing arts openings are Doubt: A Parable at Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Pericles, Prince of Tyre at Marquette University, Secrets from the Wide Sky at Danceworks, and a concert and masterclass by organist Jon Gillock at the ... Read more

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April 14 marks two important and Milwaukee-centric celebrations, Milwaukee Day and Kenilworth Open Studios. Read more

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Upcoming events in the performing arts include Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s Our Town, Next Act Theatre’s I and You and Die Already!, performed by UW-Milwaukee faculty members and Milwaukee Opera Theatre artists at Peck School of the Arts. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Kenilworth's upcoming Open House, an explainer on Business Improvement Districts and what they mean for the city, Milwaukee's growth as a concert destination and more. Read more

Radio Shepherd Express

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It was not quite a year ago when UW-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts Mainstage Theatre was the site of a building fire. But a remodeled and upgraded theater opens in the same space on Wednesday, March 7. Read more

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This week’s theatrical openings in Milwaukee are highlighted by Sunset Playhouse going Into the Woods and by UWM Peck School of the Arts offering us 12 Ophelias. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

This week’s theatrical openings in Milwaukee are highlighted by First Stage’s “Theatre for Young Audiences” take on the 1974 Tony Award-winning musical, The Wiz. Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

Seat of Our Pants Readers Theatre Troupe and Milwaukee Entertainment Group present a staged reading of Nilo Cruz’s 2003 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Anna in the Tropics; live Latin music will also be performed by three UW-Milwaukee staff members. Read more

Classical Music

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MIAD’s “Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition” explores an important topic for our times and opens Jan. 12. Read more

Visual Arts

UW-Milwaukee’s new Emile H. Mathis Gallery, located in Mitchell Hall, Room 170, adds 2,400 square feet of state-of-the-art exhibition space to house the treasures of the university’s art collection. Read more

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Off the Cuff interviews UW-Milwaukee theater professor and internationally acclaimed artist Rebecca Holderness about her background, philosophy and upcoming production of George Bernard Shaw’s Major Barbara. Read more

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