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11.22.2014 | 30 days ago | Posted at 04:20 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
Indie outfit KACM Theatrical is looking to stage the midwest premiere of Jay Jeff Jones’ The Lizard King. The biographical play about pop icon Jim Morrison is set in the final year of his life. The local production currently looking for funding on Kickstarter is scheduled to be directed by Brian Rott of the Quasimondo. With longtime Quasimondo collaborator Andrew Parchman providing scenic design...
11.18.2014 | 34 days ago | Posted at 03:45 PM

Living heritages to be learned and celebrated

By Amanda Sullivan
The Holiday Folk Fair International’s 2014 theme is “Celebrate the Culture of the Artisan”—a very apt description, considering that 53 ethnics groups from around the world will feature their food, art, music and dance heritages with southeastern Wisconsin. This marvelous three-day festival...
Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014

2014 Best of Milwaukee Winners

Brookfield singer-songwriter Nora Collins hit the ground running. Though she’s only a few years removed from high school, the country/folk/pop singer plays shows at a
Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014

2014 Best of Milwaukee Winners

On Monday, my Lakefront tapper costs me $3.50. On Tuesdays, MGD or Leinie’s bottles are $2.50. All tappers (a good selection) cost $3 on Thursdays. Good but not that good, so what—aside from bumper
Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014
Deep breaths…deep breaths…Halloween in Milwaukee is over and I can finally relax. Between all the parties, special events and contests, I think I’ve had my fix of candy corn, half-naked nurse costumes
09.15.2014 | 98 days ago | Posted at 04:56 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
UniverSoul celebrates 20 years in existence with a performance a tour that comes to town this month. The multicultural, multinational, blend of music, theater and circus arts makes it to the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds on 640 S. 84th St. in West Allis Sept. 17 - 21. What had started as a dream to put together a single evening of entertainment for a full family continues into its third decade with ...
06.09.2014 | | Posted at 01:00 PM
By Shepherd Express Staff
Every night during Summerfest's run, thousands of fans spill into the streets of Milwaukee after the festival ends looking for something to do. It’s always a little surprising how few Downtown bars try to capitalize on that opportunity by offering late-night entertainment of their own, but since 2011 Fire On Water has done its part to correct that by opening its doors to the post-Summerfest crow...

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