Sign in | Register now | Like us on FacebookLike Us | Follow us on TwitterFollow Us

Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Hi: 43
Lo: 37
Hi: 54
Lo: 44
Hi: 61
Lo: 36
Advertise on

Results tagged with 'shakespeare'

Articles (28) - Blogs (3)



Creaky bones can't stop Off The Wall's "Romeo and Juliet"

Published March 28, 2014

When you hear about a retirement home, the vision comes easily. But not in the eccentric, many times brilliant and always interesting mind of Dale Gutzman, artistic director of Off The Wall Theatre. Gutzman's vision of a retirement home comes to life in "Romeo and Juliet," which opened Thursday night and runs through April 6. And to say this version of the Shakespeare classic love story is unusual is a massive understatement.


Optimist puts on a very likeable "As You Like It"

Published July 13, 2013

A spectacular summer night in Milwaukee, with beautiful weather, a gorgeous sky and not a bug to be seen was made even more spectacular Friday night at the opening of "As You Like It," one of William Shakespeare's most famous comedies.


"Much Ado About" Milwaukee-trained actress Emma Bates

Published June 19, 2013

UWM grad and Milwaukee-trained actress Emma Bates talked to OnMilwaukee about "Much Ado About Nothing," the little secret Shakespeare movie writer-director-geek icon Joss Whedon made while working on another micro-budget movie called "The Avengers."


American Players Theatre experience spans beyond Shakespeare

Published Sept. 4, 2012

On a recent Friday night, we took in "Richard III" at the American Players Theatre, just outside Spring Green. But the actual viewing of the performance is only a portion of an APT experience. Many theater goers show up an hour or two early to enjoy a meal and glass of wine in the midst of nature.


The best theater deal you will ever get

Published April 23, 2012

This is such a great deal, I had to reread the press release twice to believe my eyes. Marquette University is celebrating William Shakespeare's birthday week on Wednesday by presenting American Players Theatre actor and writer James DeVita in his autobiographical one-man show "In Acting Shakespeare," and the performance is free.

View the other 23 articles

Reader blogs:

Heidi Ho

Monday June 10th, 2013 – Fox Lake, IL    Once, maybe twice a year - if that - I’ll get an especially dark, nasty, venom soaked email from out of the blue. It usually has misspellings of easy words and embarrassingly poor grammar, and without exception gets sent under a ma...

Write a blog now!