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"Beautiful Music" at the Rep belongs more in a classroom than a theater

Published Jan. 19, 2015

"The Beautiful Music All Around Us" is a long and involved journey through the early days of American folk music. The problem is that the whole thing, with Stephen Wade as the professor, seems more like a college lecture than a night of theatrical entertainment.


"The Doyle & Debbie Show" rattles the rafters at The Rep

Published Sept. 8, 2014

The Rep's new production is a rollicking start to the theater season and one that is full of everything that's great about country music: a sly sense of humor, an equally sly sense of what makes a good story and a devoted faithfulness to an era gone by and mourned.

Omcrecs11114_storyflow recommends, Jan. 11, 2014

Published Jan. 11, 2014

This week's eclectic recommendations from feature medium-bodied wines, Brussels sprouts, Bluetooth-capable beats and Bob Marley puzzles. Oh, and a bit of biology, presented in a manner a lot more fun than it was in high school.


The Rep's "Forever Plaid" sweetly sings a nostalgic tune

Published Oct. 28, 2013

Mark Clements, artistic director of the Milwaukee Rep, has a great big wheelhouse, and he has hit his stride in the intimate setting of the Stackner Cabaret. No further evidence is needed than to let the smooth joy of "Forever Plaid" wash over you.


"I Left My Heart" delivers on the old-school glamour

Published Sept. 19, 2013

"I Left My Heart" is, as the title implies, a tribute to Tony Bennett's music. The young performers onstage didn't try to replicate anything else about 87-year-old Bennett. Instead, it was an evening of appreciation for the style of this unique performer whose career has essentially run laps on so many others.

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