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11.02.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
Given the opportunity to do a review of a Rep show for online, I’ve decided to give my opinions a little more breathing room than I usually do. This will, undoubtedly be somewhat long and rambling, but what follows is an unbridled, unedited stream of consciousess piece about the Milwaukee Rep’s latest main stage offering. Sarah Ruhl’s EURYDICE There’s passion, poetry and emotion, bu...
10.25.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
Dealing with a fluctuating economy and all of the other concerns of contemporary theatre, The Milwaukee Rep has been doing various things to try to make its high-end shows more affordable. Notably, it has extended an offer to those of us born after 1968: the under 40 discount. Starting this year, all the Rep’s shows at the Quadracci Powerhouse Theatre are $10 for people under 40. This make the R...
Monday, Sept. 15, 2008

Theater Preview

With the Stiemke Theater occupied by a production that requires only one actor, the Milwaukee Rep has freed itself to utilize a large number of Resident Acting Company members for its season-opening show at the Quadracci Powerhouse Theater. With a cast consisting of some of the best Milwaukee-based professional actors, including Torrey Hanson, Deborah Staples, the Pickerings (James, Rose and Steve), Gerard Neugent and others, the Rep should have a hit on its hands with State of the Union, a political ensemble drama . . .
Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008

Tonight @ the Milwaukee Repertory Theater - 7:30 PM

Seeking a respite from gloomy, war-torn post-World War I England—not to mention their obtuse husbands—four women rent a gorgeous villa on the Italian Riviera and enjoy a dreamy month-long vacation in the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s latest production, Enchanted April. The company presents this uplifting play tonight at . . .
Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007

THEATER REVIEW

Featuring a knockout combination of some of its best acting talent, the Milwaukee Rep’s production of Alan Ayckbourn’s The Norman Conquests (through Jan. 20) is well worth attending.

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