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Jessica Laub's Articles
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Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 13, 2008
An evening with poet Ernesto Cardenal
Last night, I went to check out Ernesto Cardenal, respected poet, priest and political activist of Nicaraguan origin.
Arts & Entertainment - Aug. 11, 2008
"Well" offers healthy dose of humor, insight
"Well" opened the season Friday night for the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre at the Broadway Theatre Center's Cabot Theatre.
Arts & Entertainment - May 1, 2008
"Spamalot" is more fun than a ferocious rabbit
I took in the touring musical show "Spamalot" last night at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
Arts & Entertainment - March 14, 2008
“The Night is a Child” premieres at The Rep
I had the honor of being in the first audience to ever enjoy Charles Randolf-Wright’s new play “The Night is a Child” this week.
Arts & Entertainment - Feb. 9, 2008
“Enchanted April” delights the ladies
“Enchanted April” opened last night at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater's Stiemke Theater.
Arts & Entertainment - Feb. 3, 2008
"Glengarry Glen Ross” is a guy thing
I caught “Glengarry Glen Ross” last night at The Rep and I would really have to say, “It's a guy thing.”
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 29, 2008
Discovering Shakespeare's “Twelfth Night”
Milwaukee Shakespeare opened “Twelfth Night” this weekend at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts in Brookfield.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 24, 2007
Cudahy Carolers celebrate a Milwaukee-style Christmas
On Black Friday, I ventured out to see In Tandem Theatre's “A Cudahy Caroler Christmas."
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 3, 2007
Milwaukee comes alive on Día de los Muertos
I headed down to 10th and National last night for “Día de los Muertos” and found Milwaukee's South Side to be very much alive.
Arts & Entertainment - Oct. 17, 2007
No need to doubt Rep's "Doubt"
“Doubt,” a play opening this weekend at the Rep’s Quadracci Powerhouse Theater, proved to be all the things I hope for in a night at the theater.
Arts & Entertainment - Oct. 13, 2007
Bobi Cespedes es buenisima!
I went down to the United Community Center to catch Bobi Céspedes and her band last night and was pleasantly blown away.
Arts & Entertainment - Oct. 12, 2007
A peep at Martin Ramirez
An amiga dragged me along to see the Martin Ramírez show that recently opened at the Milwaukee Art Museum, and I am so glad she did!
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 16, 2007
"Irish Stew" is pretty tasty
Present Music celebrated halfway to St. Patrick's Day with its production of "Irish Stew."
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 9, 2007
Rep opens with a plume
After a long Friday, I managed to make it to the Rep in time to catch their season opener, "Cyrano de Bergerac."
Arts & Entertainment - Aug. 15, 2007
"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" delights
I very much enjoyed "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" last night at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
Arts & Entertainment - Aug. 11, 2007
"Moonlight & Magnolias" goes behind the scenes
"Moonlight & Magnolias" opened this weekend to a full house at the Broadway Theatre Center's Cabot Theater.
Arts & Entertainment - Aug. 2, 2007
Three cheers for City Ballet Theatre's camp show
Kudos to City Ballet Theatre. They do a great job at engaging the youth in our community and put on a darn good show.
Arts & Entertainment - June 27, 2007
Gotta love McGivern
John McGivern puts on a good show. I learned this last night when I participated as a live audience member as MPTV taped "A Midsummer Night McGivern" for later broadcast.
Arts & Entertainment - May 12, 2007
"Deadheading Roses" unearths love's beauty, thorns
I took the trek out to Concordia University in Mequon Friday night to take in Acacia Theatre Company's show, "Deadheading Roses."
Milwaukee Buzz - April 8, 2007
"String of Pearls" speaks to every woman
The play did well in demonstrating that good theater doesn't depend on its set, because the stage had just a few simple chairs. The four actresses did an outstanding job of portraying their many characters and worked well together in effectively presenting a play that was both entertaining and thoughtful.
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