Results tagged with 'tami workentin'
Published Oct. 11, 2016
I made a mistake and I'm sorry. In my review of "Dracula vs. the Nazis," which opened Friday night at In Tandem Theatre, I identified a couple that slept through much of the show. Naming the couple who invited them was out of bounds.
Published Nov. 28, 2015
Put the credit card away. Close down Amazon. Get out of line at Walmart. Let the leftover turkey sit for another night. Grab your coat, get your hat and hurry down your doorstep to Milwaukee Chamber Theatre to see "Love Stories."
Published Sept. 21, 2014
Next Act's "Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter" is a play that should be seen, worried over and savored by everyone who ever thinks about what it means to be an American.
Published Feb. 14, 2013
It's Valentine's Day, a celebration a lot of people think was created by the floral industry, kind of like Sweetest Day. In truth, the day is nearly 2,000 years old and has always been associated with love and romance.
Published Nov. 24, 2010
The kitchen sink drama is a category of theater that revolves around family problems and conflict. The action takes place in a home, and the set usually includes a kitchen sink. Frank D. Gilroy's 1965 Pulitzer Prize-winning play "The Subject Was Roses" defines the genre. The Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's production of it that opened last weekend defines how to do it.
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