"This next one is by country legend Robert
Schumann," joked the opera singer Andrew Wilkowske as he introduced his
arrangement of the Romantic German composer's “Ich grolle nicht.” In the translation by Kelley
"Honestly, I'm not a big drinker,"
says the British-born director who is lighting up the Rep, "especially now
with a 17-month-old girl at home, but I'm partial every now and then to a
finely crafted cocktail.” Where better to go than this wonderfully camp retro
bar? “It serves up the best-made
Milwaukee Ballet is probably right to call “Genesis” one of the only truly international choreographic competitions in existence. Artistic Director Michael Pink chose this year's finalists from over 30 applicants representing six nations. Choreographers submitted videos of past work and
“Serendipity” is the title of the new
Danceworks Performance Company opening this weekend at their user-friendly
studio on North Water Street. Happy accidents certainly occur in the development
of artworks and institutions, but the success of Danceworks, now in its
won’t necessarily be remembered as a great one. It’s almost certain to go down
as the year the nation endured another bitter election cycle, stretches of
unusual and frequently destructive weather patterns
In the darkness and cold of winter, we draw together for comfort. Holiday traditions help us find our lives again through the rituals we share. As a tuxedoed cabaret crooner, I return to the classic holiday standards every year
Co-Founder of the late Theatre X, John Schneider has continued to be active in local theatre in the years since its 2004 demise. His latest project makes it to the stage Wednesday, September 2nd at the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center on 325 East Walnut Street, Project Non-Violence presents a new play called What Really Matters? The name sounds familiar . . . I believe one of the last shows Theatre X ...
John Schneider has seldom chosen the easy path. If he had, the playwright and actor might have done something other than directing Project Non-Violence—oh, like writing grant proposals or schmoozing with wealthy donors to perpetuate theater for the comfortably well off.