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Monday, Nov. 16, 2009

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

The Milwaukee Repertory Theater has produced a diverse selection of plays for more than 50 years. Operating out of three main theaters with a combined capacity that exceeds 1,000 seats, the Rep stages
Sunday, May 11, 2008

Today @ the Milwaukee Repertory Theater - 2 and 7 p.m.

Wilkie Collins’ novels never failed to weave a thoroughly good yarn. The Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s production of Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of Collins’ 1866 novel Armadale remains true to this spirit. It navigates its way around the novel’s convoluted plot and boldly lifts up the starched petticoats of English . . .
Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Tonight @ the Milwaukee Repertory Theater - 7:30 p.m.

A beautiful but deceptive villainess—murderess?—named Lydia Gwilt is at the center of the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s on-going production of Armadale, Jeffrey Hatcher’s adaptation of the 19th-century Wilkie Collins novel of the same name. The Rep performs this complicated, sensational story of fraud, love affairs . . .
Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Tonight @ the Milwaukee Repertory Theater - 6:30 PM

The Milwaukee Repertory Theater explores the transformative power of vacations in its drama, The Night is a Child, which runs through April 13. Elizabeth Norment stars as Harriet, a mother who retreats to Brazil after losing her son to a senseless act of violence. She encounters intriguing characters and plenty of festive . . .
Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Tonight @ the Milwaukee Repertory Theater - 6:30 PM

The Milwaukee Repertory Theater explores the transformative powers of vacation in its production of the drama The Night is a Child. Elizabeth Norment stars as Harriet, a mother who retreats to Brazil after losing her son to a senseless act of violence. There she encounters intriguing characters and plenty of festive Brazilian . . .
Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Tonight @ the Milwaukee Repertory Theater - 7:30 PM

In typical Samuel Beckett fashion, very little happens in the one act play Endgame. Two characters, one who cannot stand up and another who cannot sit down, bicker back and forth in a small house, with no indication that there is any remaining life whatsoever outside. Is the play a character study of Beckett’s interpretation . . .
Monday, March 24, 2008
Actor Lee Ernst, a consummate performing artist and resident at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, views his profession as a complex set of skills. His personal repertoire includes the added dimensions of fight choreographer and makeup artist. Ernst’s current season at The Rep began with the demanding role of Cyrano, where he also crafted the famous nose and directed the swashbuckling sword scenes. It continues with his part in Samuel Beckett’s classic Endgame. Ernst, a 15-year veteran with The Rep, speaks about the art of being an actor.
Friday, March 21, 2008

Tonight @ the Milwaukee Repertory Theater - 8:00 PM

In typical Samuel Beckett fashion, very little happens in the one act play Endgame. Two characters, one who cannot stand up and another who cannot sit down, bicker back and forth in a small house, with no indication that there is any remaining life whatsoever outside. Is the play a character study or Beckett's interpretation of . . .

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