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05.16.2012 | | Posted at 12:34 AM

West Allis Players Auditioning for GUYS AND DOLLS

By Russ Bickerstaff
    With a history that stretches back to the lat '60s, The West Allis Players are one of those suburban community theatre outfits that have been around for longer than many of the professional groups in t own. It pleases me to know that people have an opportunity to cut their teeth on production with some of the more established, lesser-known theatre companies before going on to work in a mor...
04.15.2012 | | Posted at 07:05 AM

Writer/Director Katherine Beeson's IN LIEU OF FLOWERS

By Russ Bickerstaff
    The West Allis Players are one of those suburban community theatre groups which have been around forever. Not quite as venerable as the Bay Players, WAP has a history that goes back to 1969. The group produces three main shows per year and has done so for quite some time.    The Players' latest is a work by writer/director Katherine Beeson. It concerns the passing of a man by the name of ...
10.04.2010 | | Posted at 01:53 PM

Two Shows Open This Weekend: A Heart-Touching Drama In The Suburbs and A Horror Show On South K.K.

By Russ Bickerstaff
The month settles-down a bit this week with only a couple of shows opening this week. Honestly, they could not possibly be much different. Here’s a look: Opening OCTOBER 7th     MURDER CASTLE: THE CHRONICLES OF H.H. HOLMES The Alchemist Theatre continues its tradition of October Horror Shows based on late 19th century villains this week as it opens a brand new play about Herman Mudget A.K.A....

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