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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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Coming up this week are Windfall Theatre and Milwaukee Entertainment Group’s Dancing With Hamlet, Acacia Theatre’s The Hiding Place, Skylight Music Theatre and Milwaukee Opera Theatre’s The Tales of Hoffman and Memories Dinner Theater’s Are You Sure? 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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This week, Village Playhouse divulges The Importance of Being Earnest; Cooperative Performance and Alejandra Gonzales share immigrants’ stories with Ellis in Alverno’s Pitman Theatre and more. 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 By Jeeves is charming, delightful and funny. Read more

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Milwaukee Entertainment Group stages a fun and engaging production of the three-person drama Art. Read more

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Windfall Theatre presents the Milwaukee premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s By Jeeves! Also, theatrical, dance and music shows by the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, Youth Theatre, Irish Arts, Milwaukee Entertainment Group, Marquette University an... 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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Two families meet in a dizzyingly comic play from 1936 as Windfall Theatre brings Kaufman and Hart’s  You Can’t Take It With You to the intimate stage at Village Church Arts. The show, which features an impressive cast of local talent preced.. 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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Windfall Theatre closes its 23rd season with the Milwaukee premiere of the Off Broadwaymusical hit Death Takes a Holiday, May 6-21 at Village Church Arts. 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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