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Actor Staples moves behind the footlights for the first time

Published Sept. 15, 2014

Deborah Staples is an actor and an associate artist at the Milwaukee Rep. She is at the absolute top of her game and delivers memorable performances wherever she appears. It would seem that with her career and her family, there would be no room left. However, she has begun to scale a new mountain in her life as she steps behind the footlights to direct her first play.

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"Race" asks questions, but the answers are difficult

Published Feb. 2, 2014

Questions, it's been said, are easy; it's the answers that are hard. That may well be a general truth, but the questions are very difficult in the production of the David Mamet play "Race," which opened over the weekend at Next Act Theatre.

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"It's a Wonderful Life: Live Radio Show" earns its wings

Published Dec. 14, 2013

It is not often that you get a do over in life, especially in the world of theater criticism. Once you write something, it's as if it's chiseled in granite, there for the ages. I was fortunate to get a do over Friday night when I saw the opening performance of "It's a Wonderful Life: Live Radio Show" at Next Act Theatre.

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You bet your life "Groucho" is a big winner

Published Nov. 16, 2013

It's only when we get to the end of the play that the truth behind the comic genius of Groucho Marx finally gets revealed. It's the crowning moment of the spectacular production of "Groucho: A Life in Revue" that opened at Next Act Theatre Friday night. And it's the moment that starts the tears coming as Groucho remembers the good times with his brothers. The tears are a surprise after almost 90 minutes of hilarity.

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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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