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Results tagged with 'skylight music theatre'

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New York fashion meets Milwaukee's Broadway

Published Aug. 1, 2014

World-class fashion designer Cesar Galindo lights up the biggest runways in New York. These days, he's center stage on Broadway in Milwaukee's Third Ward.


Hula hooping leads to a big break for Milwaukee actress

Published May 22, 2014

I first noticed Gina Weber she was on the Skylight stage, dressed like a hippie and twirling a hula hoop. A hula hoop. I thought it was a marvelous idea created by director Ray Jivoff. So I began to look into this young actress, one who could do what Jivoff wanted and who had a free-wheeling ease on stage. Imagine my surprise when I found out that the hula hoop was not an isolated idea. It's a real art form, and Weber is wrapped up in it.


Skylight hits all the right notes with "I Hear America Singing"

Published May 10, 2014

With all due apologies to NBC's massive hit singing show, the aura of great music so often comes down to "The Voice." And it is the voice that's on full display in the original work created for Skylight Music Theatre by Milwaukee native and famed international composer Daron Hagen.


Glass and Ginsberg are out of tune in "Hydrogen Jukebox"

Published March 15, 2014

Philip Glass is revered by many as one of the most influential composers of the 20th century, and he has a reputation that rivals that of Allen Ginsberg, whose words would change America forever. It is against that background that the curtain went up on "Hydrogen Jukebox" at Skylight. From the opening moments, it was clear that this was not a Rogers & Hammerstein musical.

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