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Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015

MB II’s annual show of classic and new work

The annual performance by Milwaukee Ballet’s so-called second company, MBII, at the South Milwaukee Performing Art Center, has become for me a much-anticipated event. It’s a great pleasure to see revered standards from the classical repertory performed up close in a program that also
Classical Music/Dance
Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015
On Friday, Jan. 23, Dance Revolution Milwaukee presents a new installment of its popular variety show MKE Follies at The Box, a laidback loft performance space that also offers drinks, at 628 N. Broadway in Downtown Milwaukee. This inexpensive treat, about an hour long, begins at 8 p.m.
Off the Cuff
Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014

Off The Cuff with the Florentine Studio Artists

For the second year, the Florentine Opera Company is presenting @ The Center, a series of inexpensive salon-style concerts by the Florentine Studio Artists at the company’s easy-to-love home at 926 E. Burleigh St. Soprano Julie Tabash of St. Louis, tenor Aaron Short of Kansas City
Off the Cuff
Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014
Patrick Howell, a Leading Artist with Milwaukee Ballet since 2008, is back this season from a three-year leave with Germany’s Ballet Augsburg where, last season, he danced the title role in the world premiere of The Picture of Dorian Gray by Milwaukee Ballet Artistic Director Michael Pink
Classical Music/Dance
Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014

Monica Rodero and Daniel Schuchart’s love for dance

“It starts like this,” Dan Schuchart told the audience as his spouse Monica Rodero bound his hand tightly to hers with masking tape. “We start like this.” Music started and the couple danced rapidly, equally in charge, testing every twist, turn, bend, lift, fall and wriggle possible for people so