500 W. Kilbourn Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53203
Built in 1909 as the Milwaukee Auditorium, the building was extensively renovated from 2001-2003.
Express Yourself Milwaukee presents SOUL
Join us for SOUL, a one-of-kind performance that celebrates at-risk young people working in collaboration with professional artists through Express Yourself Milwaukee’s year-long arts immersion program. The family-friendly show brings together dance, music, spoken word, and visual arts for a powerful explosion of creativity and fun.
This year’s theme is SOUL, the inner force that keeps us moving forward; igniting meaning, purpose and positivity; connected and expressed through community. We are excited to announce our return to the Historic Milwaukee Theater this year with our performance of SOUL, on May 4th 2017. EXYOMKE immerses young people in the arts, where they find a powerful tool for self-expression, uncover inner strength, and deepen connection. Using art as a springboard, at-risk and young people with mental illness move from alienation to belonging. They learn to express themselves in healthy, positive ways using a variety of creative means, and in the process, discover inner strength and a sense of connection with others.
Anna Deavere Smith presents "Notes from the Field: Community Perspectives"
Best known for her portrayal of Nancy McNally on The West Wing and Gloria Akalitus on Nurse Jackie, Anna Deavere Smith will present her one-woman show featuring characters based on her nationwide observations and interviews. Join Wisconsin Philanthropy Network for an intimate journey into the lives of individuals affected by social issues such as homelessness, gun violence and racial inequality, then help us explore solutions with a panel of noted community leaders. Students $25 General Admission $75 Call Amanda at 262-317-6005 for tickets.
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The correct dates for Chicago at the Milwaukee theater are May 11-13th. More information can be found at the theater website: http://www.milwaukeetheatre.com