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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Dylan Bolin performs one-man show at Waukesha Civic Theatre

 A staple at ComedySportz Milwaukee and a regular guest on the Dave & Carol WKLH morning show, comedian Dylan Bolin is a familiar and well-liked entertainer to many Milwaukeeans.
Monday, Oct. 8, 2012
Michelle Lopez-Rios’ credits include work as a stage actor, a director and a voice coach. Lopez-Rios’ latest project finds her working with Renaissance Theaterworks as the director of Enfrascada, a story of a woman...
Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Theater Review

With the tax season past (for most of us, that is), what happens when the IRS comes calling at your door? Enough to make roommates Jon and Leslie very nervous, especially since they've been filing their taxes as husband and wife for four years and they're not married—and Leslie happens to be a man. In Love, Sex...
Sunday, Feb. 14, 2010

Today @ Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, 3 p.m.

Love takes a tour around the world during the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music’s voice faculty concert. Featured songs will relay the day’s theme of love via a variety of languages. Kathleen Sonnetag, Marle Sabo, Kathleen Matts...
02.13.2010 | | Posted at 04:36 PM

Theatre Company Stages Love Letters and Pursuit of Love This Month

By Russ Bickerstaff
Amidst a couple of Shakespeare openings and a new show with Milwaukee Chamber featuring the company�s Artistic Director C. Michael Wright, Soulstice Theatre�opens its second romantic show in two weeks . . . Tonight, the company opens intimate staging of A.R. Gurney�s Love Letters that runs this weekend only at the Sheridan House�in Cudahy. Featuring Mark Flagg and Char Manny, the romantic class...
Monday, April 28, 2008

Forever Changes Collector’s Edition (Rhino)

In 1967, rock bands on both sides of the Atlantic were struck with the full potential of the record album as a broad aural canvas. In that year the multiracial Los Angeles group Love recorded Forever Changes, which despite its obscurity at the time has been deemed a milestone in art rock by some critics. The album’s latest repackaging includes the original Forever Changes plus an unreleased alternate mix of . . .

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