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First Stage proves that Rudolph can transform lives in this theater

Published Nov. 29, 2014

First Stage's mission is to transform lives through theater. With "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Musical" on one magic opening night the lesson is driven home with a couple of six-year-old girls who found things that took them to places they'd rarely been before.


Moving performance gives shine to "Man In A Glass Booth"

Published March 15, 2013

To say this play is disturbing and powerful is like saying Ryan Braun can hit a baseball. Nothing quite captures the depth and breadth of this story. And though the cast consists of a dozen or more actors, make no mistake: it is a one-man show.


"Under the Lintel" puts an unorthodox twist on ancient story

Published Feb. 24, 2013

This critically-acclaimed one-man play has been performed all over the world. In Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's adaptation, James Ridge, turns in a performance that makes you gasp in wonder as director C. Michael Wright leads him through a stunning and mysterious journey to which we are all privileged watchers.


Coming soon: "Underneath the Lintel"

Published Feb. 18, 2013

One of the most interesting mysteries I've ever seen, "Underneath the Lintel" opens Feb. 20 at the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre - and it should be a hot ticket in Milwaukee.

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Atheist Or Agnostic?

Monday April 25th, 2011 - Fox Lake, IL   I’m having all kinds of God issues again. Yesterday was Easter, and I’m just not feeling it when it comes to anything pertaining to religion on any level. I think it’s all a mammoth humbug. I don’t know if I’m an ath...

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