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10.29.2014 | 52 days ago | Posted at 01:24 PM

Moving, poetic drama directed by Marti Gobel

By Amanda Sullivan
UPROOTED Theatre and Marquette University Theatre have come together to bring Milwaukee In the Red and Brown Water, a powerful piece from Tarell Alvin McCraney’s The Brother/Sister Plays trilogy.
10.29.2014 | 53 days ago | Posted at 03:55 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
Dan Lavender, Jay Falzone and Stephen Smith have found that specific comic goldmine that is cultural humor. The same stage forces which find people seemingly inexplicably drawn Catholics to singing nuns and various other types to niche performances have found this trio a steady source of income with The Calamari Sisters. As one could probably guess, the show is set-up as a couple of Italian women ...
10.27.2014 | 54 days ago | Posted at 01:12 PM
By Amanda Sullivan
For 11 years, Milwaukee’s volunteer-driven art auction Feed Your Soul has helped raise funds for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin by auctioning off decorated bowls and artwork. 
10.24.2014 | 58 days ago | Posted at 10:03 AM
By Amanda Sullivan
If you’re looking to spend some good scares with the family or hit the town for drinks in costume for Halloween, here are a few worthwhile suggestions.  
09.19.2014 | 92 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.
09.19.2014 | 93 days ago | Posted at 05:29 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
A little over a decade ago, a gentleman by the name of George Reinblatt sought out approval from Hollywood film director Sam Raimi and B action movie icon Bruce Campbell. What was he looking to get approved? A stage musical adaptation of the Evil Dead trilogy. I can’t decide whether it’s surprising or not  that he actually got the clearance to go ahead with the project. The rock musical w...
09.15.2014 | 97 days ago | Posted at 06:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
This summer, indie-folk songwriter Paul Hanon left his job in Milwaukee to relocate to Colorado, and, as singer-songwriters are wont to do, he wrote a song about it. Posted last week to Bandcamp, "Stitch Me Up" is Hanon's odes to the friends and family he's left behind, a wistful hymnal about the pains of being separated by geography. "Rivers run through my heart," he laments, "Tearing apart the s...

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