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"Art" sets the bar high for the rest of theater season

Published Aug. 10, 2013

The Milwaukee theater season opens with the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's performance of "Art" by Yasmina Reza. The play follows the struggle between two longtime friends over a unique piece of modern art, and is a huge helping of rollicking fun.

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"Under the Lintel" puts an unorthodox twist on ancient story

Published Feb. 24, 2013

This critically-acclaimed one-man play has been performed all over the world. In Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's adaptation, James Ridge, turns in a performance that makes you gasp in wonder as director C. Michael Wright leads him through a stunning and mysterious journey to which we are all privileged watchers.

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Milwaukee couples embody Valentine's Day

Published Feb. 14, 2013

It's Valentine's Day, a celebration a lot of people think was created by the floral industry, kind of like Sweetest Day. In truth, the day is nearly 2,000 years old and has always been associated with love and romance.

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My exit interview

Published July 12, 2012

Having spent the last 32 years watching theatrical characters make their exits, you would expect me to know how to get off my own stage. I'm retiring from journalism this week. No more deadlines and fewer opening nights. As of tomorrow, I am just another guy in the audience with an opinion, but right now I am trying to sum up more than three decades of being a theater critic in Milwaukee.

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The Chamber Theatre delivers roses

Published Nov. 24, 2010

The kitchen sink drama is a category of theater that revolves around family problems and conflict. The action takes place in a home, and the set usually includes a kitchen sink. Frank D. Gilroy's 1965 Pulitzer Prize-winning play "The Subject Was Roses" defines the genre. The Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's production of it that opened last weekend defines how to do it.

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