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Music - April 20, 2015
In praise of The Rave and NSYNC: A chat with The Maine's Jared Monaco
The Maine is currently on the road right now, touring in support of its latest album "American Candy," released just last month on March 31. Its current tour lands at The Rave on Wednesday, April 22. Before then, OnMilwaukee.com got a chance to chat with guitarist Jared Monaco about the new album, as well as his appreciation for The Rave and ... NSYNC.
Arts & Entertainment - April 18, 2015
Peter Pan gets the prequel treatment in Rep's "Peter and the Starcatcher"
Before the fairy tale riff "Peter and the Starcatcher" starts its run at the Milwaukee Rep on Tuesday, April 21, OnMilwaukee.com got a chance to chat with director Blake Robison about this particular Peter Pan retelling, making actors fly and why revisionist fairy tales are currently all the rage.
Arts & Entertainment - April 17, 2015
Awaiting the Wisconsin walk: My chat with highwire artist Nik Wallenda
The Wisconsin State Fair's Main Stage lineup this summer features some of the biggest names the celebration has wrangled up in recent note. And the biggest of the bunch - or at least certainly the most unusual - is tightrope artist extraordinaire Nik Wallenda. OnMilwaukee.com got a chance to talk one-on-one with the stuntman about preparing for another life-threatening performance and being in a highwire family dynasty that shows no sign of stopping.
Movies & TV - April 17, 2015
Play it again, Sam: Inside the MSO and Riverside's showing of "Casablanca"
The Riverside's distant past will become the present as the legendary theater will play host to two screenings of the beloved 1942 classic "Casablanca" Friday and Saturday night. And to complete the blast to the past vibe of the event, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will perform Max Steiner's famous score alongside the movie.
Arts & Entertainment - April 15, 2015
MU's "The Bald Soprano" presents a classic play with a touch of "Star Trek" tech
Eugene Ionesco's 1950 play "The Bald Soprano" - the first the famed playwright ever wrote - is an absurdist classic. It's one of the most performed shows in France with a permanent repertory spot at Theatre de la Huchette since 1957 and a large number of interpretations. It's safe to say, however, that few to none of those interpretations featuring digital actors getting beamed in like "Star Trek" characters.

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Bustin' Bonaparte (The Story of an African Farm)
Three young children live carefree lives under the hot Af...