Results tagged with 'marcus center for the performing arts'
Published April 25, 2017
Start with a girl, beautiful and rich. Then add in her uncle and guardian who wants to marry her so he can get the money and toss in a high-born stranger who also wants the girl's hand in marriage. What you have is Florentine's "Barber of Seville."
Published April 6, 2017
Paris, schmaris. As Anthony said, "Let there be light." And more light. The Anthony is Anthony Crivello, Milwaukee native and Tony Award-winning actor. He has an idea to light up Milwaukee to identify its neighborhoods and beautify the city.
Published March 9, 2017
Start with a ukelele, some slide whistles, drums, two toy pianos and a washboard. Add in a bunch of other noisemakers, including what might be a toy accordion. Toss in some terrific singers and a couple of great comedians. This show opens next week at Milwaukee Opera Theatre.
Published Nov. 10, 2016
While it may not be Christmas quite yet, it's always a good time for "Elf," the rosy-cheeked 2003 film - and now a musical, coming to the Marcus Center. Before it hits the stage, we chatted with the show's star about filling Will Ferrell's shoes.
Published May 30, 2016
The Tony-winning musical "Kinky Boots" - coming to the Marcus Center starting Tuesday night - is a bold, bright tale of family, acceptance and fabulousness. For actor J. Harrison Ghee, however, it's a story that goes beyond just the stage.
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A preamble of simple drums, and then a tempest of harmonica and guitar, the symbiotic force filling the arena and the ears of all eager listeners. This is the epic beginning of the blues song "When the Levee Breaks," the last track on Zeppelin's fourth album (1971). This is the epic ope...
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