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A&E Feature
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Milwaukee Rep stages David Bar Katz’s ‘The History of Invulnerability’

 “I’ve never related to comics but I love the concept of selective memory,” Director Mark Clements said of The History Invulnerability, a fantasy biography by playwright
Classical Music/Dance
Friday, March 28, 2014
 I was introduced to stepping as a street dance form relished by the teens participating in my theater program at the Boys & Girls Clubs. Often done by teams in tight unison, the insanely rhythmic, fast-paced whole-body
A&E Feature
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Milwaukee Ballet’s season of premieres

Milwaukee Ballet’s success can be attributed, says Artistic Director Michael Pink, to the fact that “since about 2008 the company has continually invested in the future of the art form.” Indeed, the debt-free
A&E Feature
Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014

Milwaukee Opera Theatre and the Peck School present Ravel’s ‘L’enfant et les

An angry child throws a tantrum and demolishes his room. Magically, his broken possessions come to life and castigate him for the way he’s treated them. He flees to the back yard where the trees, insects and small
Classical Music/Dance
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014

Wild Space and UW-Milwaukee offer 'Sight Readings'

 There was so much to consider during “Sight Readings,” Debra Loewen’s new site-specific dance performance at INOVA Gallery, that the hour-long experience
Classical Music/Dance
Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2014

Milwaukee Opera Theatre explores the undying myth

 At the death of his adored Eurydice, the musician Orpheus breached the Underworld. He sang about love so beautifully that Hades let Eurydice return to life provided Orpheus refrained from looking at her on the way