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Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011

Wisconsin microbreweries challenge the major brewers

Based on TV advertising, any alien unfortunate enough to be subjected to an entire weekend of sporting events would report back to the mothership that Earthlings apparently have a choice between one of three beers, each of which makes one...
Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010

Theater Review

Although based on a novel written 167 years ago, The Milwaukee Rep’s 35th annual production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol feels regrettably relevant in an inclement economic era of mass unemployment and austere household finances. Director Joseph Hanreddy could easily have...
A&E Feature
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Dale Gutzman’s Gilbert and Sullivan

So Colin Cabot paraphrased Hamlet’s Horatio, in describing the first 30 years of The Skylight Theatre. Twenty years later, The Skylight Opera has invited prodigal son Dale Gutzman to direct An Evening with Gilbert and Sullivan (May 28 - June 20 at the Broadway Theatre Center’s Studio Theatre) returning to the material of its maiden performance a half-century past.
Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010

Art Preview

Much like a touring carnival of yesteryear, Thomas Woodruff’s “Freak Parade” pulls into Marquette University’s Haggerty Museum of Art next week, where it will delight, challenge and satisfy the curious until it pulls up the tent-stakes on April 18. Railing against...
Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010

Art Preview

Winter Gallery Night and Day will be held Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15-16, with dozens of galleries in the East Town, Walker’s Point and Historic Third Ward neighborhoods showcasing new work. In conjunction with the night, and in what has quickly become a...
Monday, Dec. 21, 2009

Art Preview

Downtown Waukesha continues to build a reputation as one of the area’s visual arts hot spots. The West End Artists Group, which supports and promotes the arts in Waukesha and surrounding communities, presents several “art crawls” throughout the year to showcase the city’s many galleries. Situated at the literal and figurative center of this suburban creative...
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009

Art Preview

With apologies to Woody Allen, there are those who can both do and teach. One fine example is Allen Caucutt, an accomplished sculptor who’s been teaching the importance of art in childhood education for more than 50 years. A retired art director of local area grade schools, Caucutt was recently recognized with the Distinguished...

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