Results tagged with 'milwaukee rep'
Published Sept. 24, 2017
There is some fun to be had in the Broadway fairy tale "Guys and Dolls," featuring colorful characters that inhabit a clean and quaint, mid-century New York City with a vocabulary all their own, but the chemistry can't save its outdated story.
Published Sept. 22, 2017
Christmas may still be months away, but 'tis the season for saving some cash on tickets to one of Milwaukee's most heartwarming holiday traditions: "A Christmas Carol" at the Milwaukee Rep.
Published Sept. 11, 2017
You know that eccentric aunt who insists on leading carols around the piano at Christmastime, singing a bit too loudly and a little off-key? That's the story of New York socialite Florence Foster Jenkins - and the story of Milwaukee Rep's "Souvenir."
Published Aug. 29, 2017
For some, the idea of sitting through a musical is a nightmare. But this upcoming theater season has some intriguing musical options that might just open your eyes and ears to what the genre can do - or at least offer a good time at the theater.
Published April 29, 2017
Theater can make you feel a lot of things, most of them wondrous, but on rare occasion it can make me feel like a dummy. And that's what I felt like after seeing "Jane Eyre," the final show of the season at The Rep, which opened Friday night.
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[image of William "Chick" Webb, 1930's from totaldrumsets.com]For whatever strange coincidence or intentional scheduling Milwaukee has so far this year played host to two --count ‘em two!-- musical performances showcasing the brilliance of American composer and musician Thomas &qu...
This weekend I attended two amazing performances: Eurydice at the Rep and Madama Butterfly presented by the Florentine Opera. Both of these stories portrayed two very different, but tragic love stories. In addition to the performers themselves, the scenery and the music was top-notch, making me f...
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