Results tagged with 'skylight music theatre'
Published Dec. 5, 2014
This morning, National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) chairwoman Jane Chu announced that the Skylight Music Theatre received an NEA Art Works grant. The $20,000 grant will support Skylight's upcoming world premiere of "The Snow Dragon."
Published Sept. 20, 2014
In its recent past, the Skylight has moved almost exclusively into the world of musical theater, consistently producing stellar productions of musicals usually familiar to an audience. Friday night's performance of "Cinderella" was a clear indication that under the artistic direction of Viswa Subbaraman, opera is back. Thank God!
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.
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.
Published May 17, 2014
The tribal musical "Hair" has returned to Milwaukee almost half a century after it first sent shockwaves through the country.
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