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The Emperor's New Tuxedo, currently playing at Waukesha Civic Theatre, is a small production supporting the work and creativity of people with disabilities. Read more

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This week, the Racine Symphony Orchestra presents the first Masterworks Concert of its season, and vocal ensemble Aperi Animam gives a free concert in Downtown Milwaukee. Read more

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The whimsically strange tale of the boy from another planet who fell to Earth by Antoine de Saint-Exupery hits the stage at Waukesha Civic Theatre. Read more

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Waukesha Civic Theatre’s Academy at Civic Theatre (A.C.T.) offers arts education programs for kids ages 4 and up. The kids show what they know in a variety showcase Saturday, Aug. 17 Read more

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Alice in Wonderland Jr. comes to Waukesha Civic Theatre via a cast of children ages 6-17, and the Florentine Opera Company goes “All American.” Read more

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Outskirts Theatre Company’s Abbi Hess revisits a shooting in an Amish school in a short one-woman show. Read more

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Miscast is a musical revue in which Waukesha Civic Theatre performers sing songs for characters they would never have the chance to play in real life due to their sex, ethnicity or age. Read more

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Winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, Score, Direction and Book, The Book of Mormon returns to the Marcus Center for a one-week engagement. Read more

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Waukesha Civic Theatre’s Candy Cane Tales and Holiday Carols tells a noticeably relatable story. Read more

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Frankly Music brings the Texas-based Miró Quartet to Milwaukee for a concert of three, well, quartets. Read more

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Waukesha Civic Theatre presents Disability: The Evolution, while Racine Theatre Guild offers Disney’s Aladdin, Jr., an adaptation of the beloved Disney animated movie. Read more

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Third Avenue Playhouse presents Billy Bishop Goes to War, and SMPAC’s season kicks off with a presentation of The Life and Times of Vince Lombardi by John Pinero. Read more

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This week, we preview the murder mystery send-up Any Number Can Die and Heathers: The Musical—a rock musical based on the 1988 cult film, Heathers. Both shows are in current production at Elm Grove’s Sunset Playhouse. Read more

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Waukesha Civic Theatre strikes a chilling note for mystery buffs in Frederick Knott’s Wait Until Dark. 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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Hoping to come out a winner, Waukesha Civic Theatre lost too many turns while producing Clue: The Musical; through March 25. Read more

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This week, Zombies from the Beyond arrive in Milwaukee courtesy of Skylight Music Theatre, William Shakespeare engages in some Equivocation at Next Act Theatre and more. Read more

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The Shepherd Express presents its Holiday Arts Guide 2017, a compilation of holiday-themed music and theater performances for the season. Read more

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Local theatrical productions this week include The Hunchback of Notre-Dame by Waukesha Civic Theatre and a puppet show take on the classic 1968 horror film, Night of the Living Dead at Next Act Theatre. Read more

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A tiny New York City apartment, a newlywed couple and a host of crazy neighbors complete the recipe for comedy in this long-time favorite by Neil Simon, f,Theater Read more

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