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Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014

Milwaukee Rep presents ‘Harvey’

“I wrestled with reality for over 40 years and I’m happy to say I finally won out over it.” So says Elwood, friend to the giant rabbit pooka, Harvey, when questioned by psychiatric doctors. Mary
Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014
This season audiences have lots of gay-relevant theater to choose from. We’ve already been treated to a play featuring opera diva Maria Callas, two addressing anti-gay bullying, and one about faith. 
09.29.2014 | 79 days ago | Posted at 06:22 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
It’s not just a matter of being ethnically insensitive. NFL’s Washington “Redskins” sounds horribly out of date. They should try something more menacingly contemporary. Like the Gridlock. (Nothing stops the Washington Gridlock.) Or maybe the Insiders. How sinister would it sound to be facing off against the Washington Insiders?Anyway...on Monday, Nov. 3, the Milwaukee Rep is hosting An Ins...
06.08.2014 | | Posted at 08:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
The Milwaukee Rep is once again looking for kids to perform in its annual production of A Christmas Carol. Auditions are just a couple of months away, but the deadline for applications is next month. From the press release:“Parents who would like their children to audition should send a separate photograph of each child, along with height, weight, age, clothing and shoe sizes, address and parent...
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

The Rep’s spectacular ‘History of Invulnerability’

 The Milwaukee Repertory Theater closes its 60th season with David Bar Katz’ brilliant play, The History of Invulnerability. The story is conceived as the deathbed reflections of Superman’s creator Jerry Siegel, a gifted writer who, with illustrator Joe Shuster created Superman, sold all rights for a mere $130 and

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