On your way into the theater, you sign in, receive a patient ID number
and have your hand stamped by a charming man with a British accent. The man’s
name is Lamb (played by Harry Loeffler-Bell). Lamb is an
It's always difficult to return home after a long trip. The ten year war resulted in a ten year journey home. Then there was the whole business of his wife and the 108 suitors who had sort of come to assume that he had died. Things were a bit complicated . . .
Early this month, Wisconsin Lutheran College Theatre presents The Bending of the Bow--the stor...
Debra Krajec directs The Women of
Lockerbie, the next production in Marquette
University theater’s season. The Deborah Brevoort drama, inspired by the
tragic bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in December 1988
As late October
finds its way to November, The Quasimondo celebrates the spirit of the season
with a stage adaptation of Ray Bradbury's Halloween
Tree. A group of boys trick-or-treating run across a tree that seems...
Noel Coward. Char Manny. Shannon Tyburski. Jillian Smith. Liz Mistele. If you are familiar with theatre, you're familiar with one of these names. If you're familiar with local theatre, you're probably familiar with a couple of these names. Extra points if you can recognize more than a couple. This coming month, Soulstice Theatre
So I guess in a sense this is Return of The Night of the Living Dead Puppet Show with Angry Young Men Ltd. Angry Young Men is a clever Milwaukee-based satirical puppet group that has emerged with some national recognition for their Zombie puppet show. (Harlan Ellison evidently liked a performance of the show a...
UW-Milwaukee Theatre opens its Mainstage Theatre
season with The Tragedy ofKing Lear. The production,in collaboration with Shakespeare & Company, features an
interesting mix of professional and student talent...
Aaron Kopec's horror stories at the Alchemist Theatre have collected quite a rogues' gallery over the
years. Past villains have included Dracula, Jack the Ripper and H.H. Holmes.
This fall, Kopec delves into less familiar...