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Monday, Dec. 3, 2012
Youngblood Theatre Company warms up December with a hot, aggressive little socio-political allegory that mixes dark comedy with darker drama, making for one of the most dreamlike trips to the theater in Milwaukee. Steve Yockey's Cartoon features a range of ensemble characters living under the oppressive totalitarian rule... 
03.02.2012 | | Posted at 09:52 AM

Well over 1,000 words on Youngblood’s new show. (All of them more or less in order.)

By Russ Bickerstaff
Intro: The Personal Stuff Youngblood’s latest show is about a pair of people going through inpatient therapy. They’re psychologically disjointed people. Youngblood Theatre company has a tendency to take things off center and find stages away from traditional venues. I like this about them. I’ll joke with Michael Cotey about it on occasion. (At least I think that’s what we’re doing.) A...
08.19.2011 | | Posted at 09:50 AM

MINNESOTA MOON haunts Trinborn Farm Park for a couple of free performances

By Russ Bickerstaff
Trinborn Farm Park should probably be known a little bit better than it is. It feels very iconic—like it could take its place alongside Milwaukee landmarks like the Calatrava, the Bronze Fonz and the Safe House. Of course, if it DID become a major tourist destination, it would probably lose a lot of what makes it feel so charming. The old-timey mid-19th century family farm that has passed thr...
01.27.2011 | | Posted at 11:42 AM

Youngblood Theatre’s remounting of the Adam Rapp drama RED LIGHT WINTER

By Russ Bickerstaff
Adam Rapp’s drama Red Light Winter returns to the stage of the Alchemist Theatre this month—a return to a production which had its run tragically cut short due to a random act of violence against a member of its cast. Staged this time in winter, the story of two men and a woman from Amsterdam to New York gains a certain stylistic depth from the cold winter whipping down Kinnickinnic Avenue j...
01.03.2011 | | Posted at 05:59 PM

Youngblood Theatre re-launches drama cut short last year

By Russ Bickerstaff
Things rarely happen as expected. And sometimes the run of a show is cut short. Youngblood Theatre’s production of Red Light Winter at the Alchemist Theatre was cut a bit short by an act of violence that shook-up things for the veteran fledgling theatre company. Now with things more or less corrected, the exact same cast tackles the exact same script in the exact same space in a run of a grip...
01.25.2010 | | Posted at 07:27 PM

Andrew Edwin Voss and Jason Waszak victims of a senseless act of violence.

By Russ Bickerstaff
Andrew Voss� phone goes straight to voicemail. With things being as busy as they had today, I hadn�t gotten word about the physical assault of the Youngblood Theatre co-founder until relatively late. As soon as I�d gotten word of the incident I�d attempted to call him. No answer. Then I saw the note in the press release. Earlier today, he was in critical condition. I�m at a loss. The latest info ...
01.21.2010 | | Posted at 04:05 PM

The Co-Star of Youngblood’s New Show Talks About Red Light Winter

By Russ Bickerstaff
Recent UWM Theatre graduate and Youngblood co-founder Andrew Edwin Voss has been fortunate enough to be quite a busy. In addition to helping form the fledgling theatre group, he’s made some memorable appearances onstage in Milwaukee Chamber’s production of Picnic and Youngblood’s own environmental production of Savage In Limbo at the Landmark. This month he appears alongside Tess Cinpinski a...
01.20.2010 | | Posted at 06:09 PM

The Co-Star of Youngblood’s New Show Talks About Red Light Winter

By Russ Bickerstaff
  Recent UWM Theatre graduate and Youngblood co-founder Andrew Edwin Voss has been fortunate enough to be quite a busy. In addition to helping form the fledgling theatre group, he’s made some memorable appearances onstage in Milwaukee Chamber’s production of Picnic and Youngblood’s own environmental production of Savage In Limbo at the Landmark. This month he appears alongside Tess C...
04.03.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
I’m going to see a play from the late 18th century, so I’m a bit surprised to see the stage. The atmosphere in UWM’s studio theatre feels very distinctly 1980’s. The floor is painted in a black and white checkerboard. Clothes bearing bright, primary colors lie strewn about the stage. Audience members come close to trampling over them on the way to their seats . . . the seats in the UWM Stu...

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