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Arts & Entertainment - Oct. 19, 2014
Renaissance creates absolute magic with Civil War-based "Amelia"
From "Romeo and Juliet" to "Love Story," the tale of youngsters who fall in love, only to see death and a search for meaning in it all is so often told that it seems to have become almost a cliche of itself. But when that story gets mixed with history and put into the hands of a small coterie of very creative people, the story creates the kind of theatrical magic that comes only on occasion. That's what happened when "Amelia" opened Saturday night.
Arts & Entertainment - Oct. 18, 2014
First Stage's "Sherlock" shines a bright light in the theatrical sky
Most of the time when a play opens, it's easy to figure out who the star is - usually an actor with a major part. Sometimes, the star can be something else, like a director or a composer or a costume designer. Rarely would anybody pick a lighting designer as the star, unless they see the wonderful production of "Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars" that opened the season for First Stage.
Arts & Entertainment - Oct. 17, 2014
Alchemist's "Suicide Sleep" is a wildly fascinating Halloween treat
Alchemist Theatre billed "Suicide Sleep"as its Halloween show, but nobody in the audience was trembling or closing their eyes to keep phantoms away. Instead, they were all on the edge of their seats - as was I - riveted with curiosity about just where this journey was going to take us.
Milwaukee Buzz - Oct. 16, 2014
OnMilwaukee.com Weekend Preview Oct. 17-19, 2014
This Milwaukee weekend you can -- and should -- celebrate all that is fall. Make it a great one!
Milwaukee Buzz - Oct. 16, 2014
Televised gubernatorial debates are a colossal waste of time and effort
The second and last televised debate between Scott Walker and Mary Burke is tomorrow night from 7 to 8 p.m. and I've got a couple of suggestions for you. Walk your dog. Clip your toenails. Call your mother. Organize your kitchen cupboard. Order a pizza. Clean out your email folders. Sleep. Anything! Anything to avoid this farce being perpetrated on the people of Wisconsin.

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