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10.29.2014 | 32 hours ago | Posted at 11:47 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
This weekend, Chicago’s Samantha Martin brings her cats to Milwaukee. She trains cats. Normal domestic cats. They do performances. In a way it’s kind of like watching one, long cute cat video on YouTube only it’s live in person and there are just...lots and lots of cats doing things. It can be a really fun show in an intimate studio theatre environment, which is exactly where Martin is going...
10.24.2014 | 6 days ago | Posted at 10:03 AM
By Amanda Sullivan
If you’re looking to spend some good scares with the family or hit the town for drinks in costume for Halloween, here are a few worthwhile suggestions.  
10.23.2014 | 7 days ago | Posted at 07:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
T.I.M.: The Improvised Musical recently took a trip to New York to perform. Fresh from that road trip, the group returns this month for their Halloween show. The performance group features an assembly of talented improv comics who also happen to be really, really into musical theatre. With the aid of a talented four-piece band, they improvise an entire musical theatre piece from a single audience ...
10.09.2014 | 21 days ago | Posted at 06:14 PM

Costume Party and More

By Lacey Muszynski
Kasana has a number of specials and events going on during October culminating in a Halloween costume party sponsored by Shepherd Express. 
Monday, Nov. 19, 2012

Milwaukee illusionist explores the secrets of his trade

 “What’s the secret of magic?” ponders David Seebach. “The secret of magic is the magician.” He would know. Seebach is arguably the most famous modern magician in the land of Houdini. He’s performed
Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012
 Aaron Kopec's horror stories at the Alchemist Theatre have collected quite a rogues' gallery over the years. Past villains have included Dracula, Jack the Ripper and H.H. Holmes. This fall, Kopec delves into less familiar...
Monday, Oct. 31, 2011

Tonight @ Times Cinema, 8:30 p.m.

Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho may have been the first slasher film, but it was John Carpenter's Halloween that invented the genre as most viewers...