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09.19.2014 | 128 days ago | Posted at 06:04 PM
By Amanda Sullivan
If you enjoy Oktoberfest in Milwaukee, then make sure to hit up Plymouth’s 11th Annual Oktoberfest.
Thursday, May 2, 2013

Adam DeGross’ Photographic Tour of the Underground

 The Borg Ward Collective presents an inter-arts extravaganza, May 3-5, featuring live performances by Milwaukee and Minneapolis punk acts ($5 cover) in one room, and a photography exhibition by Adam DeGross in the other
01.09.2013 | | Posted at 12:03 AM

A Painter's Time to Prepare for Solo Exhibitions

By Peggy Sue
How much time does an artist require to prepare for a solo exhibition? When visiting Craig Blietz in his Door County studio last summer, the artist offered a clue. Tucked away on an inroad off of Hwy 42 in Sister Bay, Blietz’s two story high studio sits on a plot of land with a house, garden and then blissfully wild fields surrounding his painting sanctuary. Several monumental sized pa...
02.04.2011 | | Posted at 04:18 PM

The Plymouth Arts Center debuts a musical written and directed by Katie O’Regan

By Russ Bickerstaff
As easy as it is to stage classy, old musical theatre shows, it’s that much more exciting when a tiny space in a reasonably distant place brings something entirely new to the stage. A short drive due west of Sheboygan, Plymouth is one of those towns between highways 43 and 41—not really on anybody’s way anywhere. As a result, it’s usually quite quiet. A nice place. On February 12th, The ...
08.19.2010 | | Posted at 07:29 PM

Plymouth Arts Center Debuts WHAT’S BABY’S NAME?

By Russ Bickerstaff
    It’s been kind of a busy summer for debuts . . . come September, there will have been some half a dozen new shows making their first trip to the stage in and around Milwaukee. Next week’s Playdaters with Neil Haven sounds interesting. Last month, Youngblood debuted the surreal drama Drive Me To Arson. Both shows will have gone on to be produced in fringe two different Midwestern fringe ...
02.10.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
With temperatures beginning to feel downright spring-like, there’s a definite possibility that some may be clamoring to get out of town for the weekend. Relax. The weather’s not THAT good . . . temperatures are expected to get back down into the upper 30’s by Friday. Still, there may be those who want to get to small town Wisconsin for a cozy, intimate Valentine’s Day weekend. Some may wis...