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Windfall Theatre stages ‘Red,’ the Tony Award-winning play about famous artist Mark Rothko, and the meaning of art in his eyes. Read more

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Village Church is the site for Windfall Theatre’s production of Enchanted April, a 2003 stage play by Matthew Barber adapted from Elizabeth von Arnim’s 1922 novel. Read more

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Based on the film by the same name, the musical Grey Gardens examines the dissolution of American royalty, recrimination and regret (a current Windfall Theatre production). Read more

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Carol Zippel, founder of Windfall Theatre, talks about the three shows of their 2018-2019 season. Read more

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Red Herring is just the type of show and production that Windfall Theatre does so well, especially under the capable direction of Carol Zippel. Read more

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Windfall Theatre stages a successful (and nostalgic) version of Celebration, a little known gem by the authors of The Fantasticks. Read more

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The Shepherd Express’ Performing Arts Week highlights live theater, dance and music performances in and around the city of Milwaukee. This week, we look at productions of Judy Moody & Stink, Celebration and Haydn’s oratorio, The Creation, as ... Read more

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Windfall Theatre whisks through a two-man tragicomedy as Joe Picchetti and Robert W.C. Kennedy perform STONES IN HIS POCKETS. Read more

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Windfall Theatre hosts an irrepressibly fun return to the 16th century this autumn with David Davalos’ pop comedy, Wittenberg. Read more

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Windfall Theatre’s The Metromaniacs is a frothy farce; a delight to watch from start to finish as seven well-versed actors tackle a modern adaptation of a 1700s French play. Read more

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There are several plays and musicals to choose from in the coming weeks: Robin Hood (First Stage), The Metromaniacs (Windfall Theatre), A Month in the Country (UWM Kenilworth Five-O-Eight), Broadway’s Next H!t Musical (SMPAC), Escanaba in L... Read more

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Windfall Theatre, You Can’t Take It With You, Russ Bickerstaff, Carol Zippel, David Ferrie, Ericka Wade, Samantha Martinson, Village Church Arts Read more

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Windfall Theatre brings a classy, upper-class, Roaring Twenties musical mood to its cozy stage as an immortal struggles to understand mortality in Death Takes a Holiday. Read more

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Mohammad N. ElBsat makes a nuanced appearance with Windfall Theatre in the contemporary comedy Sons of the Prophet. Read more

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A mysterious illness. An aging uncle. A young man dealing with it all while negotiating a romance with a reporter covering the events of his father’s death. And it’s a comedy. It’s Sons of the Prophet--a contemporary comedy about a Lebanese famil.. Read more

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Windfall Theatre’s staging of the Henrik Ibsen classic, Ghosts, is as much about its conflicts as the emptiness between them. Read more

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Windfall Theatre chases a challenging gravity at the beginning of this season as it presents Henrik Ibsen’s weighty family drama, Ghosts. Carol Zippel is resolute as Mrs. Alving, a family matr,Theater Read more

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As awful as things can seem at times, it’s occasionally refreshing to see how far we’ve come as a society. When it was originally presented in the late 19th century, Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts was scandalous. The story concerns a woman who buil.. Read more

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If you’re looking for a parody of 1940s film noir onstage, then head straight over to see Windfall Theatre’s funny sendup of the genre in 'City of Angels.' Read more

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Windfall Theatre stages Andrew Davies’ Prin, a dry British comedy that delivers fast-paced dialogue and is rich in sarcasm. Read more

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