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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

‘Living Out’ sets the price for status

 Boulevard Theatre ends its season with a thought-provoking look at class differences, “the price” of status and the sacrifices made in trying to balance work and family in Living Out. Lisa Loomer’s play centering on a nanny
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Thursday, April 25, 2013

‘Lucky Stiff’s’ slapstick at Sunset Playhouse

 Put together a down-on-his-luck shoe salesman and a $6 million inheritance from an unknown uncle with very specific instructions in his will, and you have the makings of a screwball comedy. Add strong casting, solid
Theater
Monday, March 18, 2013

Guilt and Responsibility

 Arthur Goldman is a successful Manhattan industrialist, surrounded by his millions of dollars and a few loyal employees. But lurking in the shadows are also ghosts of his past, real and otherwise. Goldman is a Holocaust
Theater
Wednesday, March 6, 2013

In Tandem’s ‘Beast on the Moon’

 “There was—and there was not,” intones the elderly man in Armenian at the start and end of Beast on the Moon, Richard Kalinoski’s deeply affecting play about two survivors of the Armenian Genocide, which opened last
Theater
Wednesday, March 6, 2013

All music, no storyline

It’s been close to a decade since Johnny Cash passed away. But his musical legacy lives on, most recently in the readapted musical, Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, which opened at The Rep’s Stackner Cabaret last
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Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013
Pinkalicious Pinkerton loves all things pink. So much so that she makes her entire world pink, including herself! And she finds the best way do it: eating pink cupcakes. And eating more pink cupcakes until….well, you can figure
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Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013

Sunset Playhouse’s popular Wisconsin comedy

 As the temperature drops outside, a good way to stay warm and entertained indoors is a visit to Sunset Playhouse’s production of Lumberjacks in Love (LiL)
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Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

‘Gigi’ sparkles in a small space

 Gigi is one of those old-fashioned storylines that hearkens back to a time when life was all about class systems and love was all about moving between them (preferably upward). Boy (Gaston) knows girl (Gigi). Boy starts to
Theater
Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012

In Tandem’s funny holiday favorite

You know it’s really Christmas time in Milwaukee, or at least in “da Sout Side,” when A Cudahy Caroler Christmas comes to visit In Tandem Theatre Company. And for those holiday partiers
Eat & Drink
Monday, Oct. 15, 2012

2012 Kohler Food & Wine Experience

 When it comes to the 2012 Kohler Food & Wine Experience, here’s your chance to have dessert first—literally. The four-day event, Oct. 18-21 in Kohler, Wisconsin, is a foodie’s delight, morning, noon and night...

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