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Articles tagged with 'Ballet'


Contrasting one-acts on tap for season opener from Milwaukee Ballet

Published Oct. 13, 2016

The Milwaukee Ballet opens its season Oct. 20 with two one-act programs that are as different as night and day. "Angels in the Architecture" is about the Shaker religion, while "Scheherazade" is filled with romance, intrigue and spectacular costumes.


Milwaukee Ballet's 2016-17 season mixes classics and new compositions

Published March 1, 2016

For almost a half a century, the Milwaukee Ballet Company has entertained audiences in seasons both up and down as it struggled to find a niche in the Milwaukee performing arts panorama. Since the arrival of Michael Pink, however, it's been on an upward arch.


Milwaukee Ballet stages magnificent "Dracula" that's all treat, no trick

Published Oct. 23, 2015

The word "breathless" is thrown about pretty easily when people describe an experience they have had at a performing arts event. It left me "breathless." Everyone around me was "breathless." This was an absolutely "breathless" production. The word has been used so often that it has lost some of its punch. That is until you get a chance to see the Milwaukee Ballet's Halloween production of "Dracula" that opened at the Marcus Center Thursday night.


World famous "Dracula" opens weekend run at Milwaukee Ballet

Published Oct. 16, 2015

How about Dracula as sex -symbol? That is part of what's in store for audiences when Milwaukee Ballet opens a run of Michael Pink's world famous production of "Dracula." Oct. 22 at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.