Waukesha Civic Theatre teams with the Adaptive Community Approach
Program (ACAP) PlayMakers for the sixth consecutive year in an imaginative
production of Roald Dahl’s classic James
and the Giant Peach...
Michelle Lopez-Rios’ credits include work as a
stage actor, a director and a voice coach. Lopez-Rios’ latest project finds her
working with Renaissance Theaterworks as the director of Enfrascada, a story of a
Vern and Wally, adult brothers who haven’t lived together in years,
return to cohabitate in their childhood home following their mother’s death.
Outside, the neighborhood is falling apart, despite appearances of
Mike Lew's Microcrisis is a deeply entertaining comedy
about global finance. The interpersonal dynamics that drove the recent
international financial collapse are succinctly played out in a fictional piece
for the stage...
Two founding members of Milwaukee’s late
Theatre X, Conrad Bishop and Elizabeth Fuller, recently released Co-Creation: Fifty Years in the Making, a profound memoir based on five decades of
cooperating as partners...
The moment a theatrical or opera performance springs to life is magical. It happens in the twinkling of an eye. Bitter or sweet, intense or whimsical, a captivating moment is incomplete without actors...
A Man Like Hong Kong is Off the Wall Theatre’s
current offering to the Euro-mystery genre, promising international intrigue
steeped in a back story filled with dark secrets and displaying requisite
Lonne Elder III wrote Ceremonies
in Dark Old Men more than 40 years ago, but its messages regarding the
“rituals” people play out time and time again, regardless of the outcome, still