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Results tagged with 'Theatre'

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A tale of passion, lust and justice lands at Off the Wall with "Giovanni"

Published May 18, 2014

Unbridled lust coupled with almost impossible deceit climbs every womanly mountain until, unchecked by restraint, it becomes worn beyond all reason. Such is the crux of the morality play "Giovanni," created by Dale Gutzman and running at the Off The Wall Theatre through May 25.

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No need to feel green: "Shrek the Musical" is fun for everyone

Published Oct. 13, 2013

So you take a sickly green ogre, throw in his almost best friend - a donkey - add an evil king wannabe and top it off with a damsel in distress, and you've got the makings of something kids and adults alike can enjoy. If you then add some cute songs, good choreography and incredible costumes, what you'd end up with is the First Stage production of "Shrek the Musical," which opened Friday night at the Todd Wehr Theater.

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Milwaukee actress Bonesho prepares herself for the big stage

Published Oct. 12, 2013

The first time I saw Alexandra Bonesho was in Next Act Theatre's outstanding production of "Microcrisis" last fall. The play had an absolute powerhouse of a cast. David Cecsarini, John Kishline, Lee Palmer, Michael Cotey and Erica Cruz Hernandez were all there, each with a boatload of credits and awards. And then there was Bonesho.

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"Burying the Bones" tells tough story of hard questions, harder answers

Published Oct. 5, 2013

There are a couple of guarantees when you set off to search for the truth. One is that it can be elusive. Another is that not everybody may be happy with your search. The final thing is there is often a good chance that once you find the truth, you may well realize that life would be much better if you had just left well enough alone.

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"An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Beouf" is an unsatisfying dish

Published Sept. 29, 2013

A strikingly disheveled David Flores, as Victor, a multi-millionare expatriate in Paris, walks into his own cafe and announces to his private staff that he is going to stop eating until he finally dies. That's the start of "An Empty Plate in the Cafe du Grand Boeuf," the season opener for the Windfall Theatre.

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"Out of Sight... Out of Murder"

The Grant Park Players will be presenting their performance of "Out of Sight...Out of Murder" this weekend at the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center. "Out of Sight...Out of Murder" is a play beginning with Peter Knight, a mystery writer who is writing a murder story i...

Audiences Bring Show to Life in Upcoming Murder Mystery

Have you heard the news? Port Washington's own Memories Ballroom has been selected as the site of a new, national television reality show called "The E-Factor- The Search for the Next Elvis". Unfortunately, things begin to get "all shook up", as television cameras begin to r...

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