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Sunday, Jan. 11, 2009

Today @ the Boulevard Theatre - 2:30 p.m.

Produced in the intimate confines of the Boulevard Theatre’s storefront space on South Kinnickinnic Avenue, the company’s latest production, Victor L. Cahn’s comedy Roses in December, stars Anne Miller as a graduate student attempting to persuade an accomplished author (played by David Ferrie) to correspond with her. It is established early on that the author in question is a traditionalist...
Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009

Tonight @ the Boulevard Theatre - 8 p.m.

Produced in the intimate confines of the Boulevard Theatre’s storefront space on South Kinnickinnic Avenue, the company’s latest production, Victor L. Cahn’s comedy Roses in December, stars Anne Miller as a graduate student attempting to persuade an accomplished author (played by David Ferrie) to correspond with her. It is established early on that the author in question is a traditionalist who works without the aid of a home computer...
01.02.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
The Boulevard Theatre recently announced open auditions for its late February comedy. Originally, the Boulevard had intended on doing Shakespeare’s As You Like It, but various concerns switched the Boulevard’s plans to something more modern with a much smaller cast. The show in question is Kathleen Clark’s Confessions of a Soccer Mom . . . a play formerly known as simply Soccer Moms. The sc...
Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2008

Theater Preview

Perhaps the most fundamental task for any stage actor is drawing an audience into a story through the recitation of dialogue. The actor is usually aided in this task by the set, costuming, props, lighting, sound design and the like. Quite often, however, smaller studio theaters lack such decoration, and actors are challenged to deliver the full reality of the play to audiences. The Boulevard Theatre's production of the Victor L. Cahn comedy Roses In December, opening this week, offers just such a challenge to two different actors from two different...
12.14.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
As the holiday season wraps-up on Milwaukee stages the Boulevard Theatre opens one of the first non-holiday shows of the New Year on December 26th with Victor L. Cahn’s epistolary play Roses In December. The production stars Anne Miller as a graduate student trying to enter into a dialogue with a famous, reclusive novelist (played here by David Ferrie.) The show is being underwritten by the Nort...
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008

Tonight @ the Boulevard Theatre - 7:30 p.m.

The unflappable heroine of W. Somerset Maugham’s 1926 comedy The Constant Wife is more than aware that her husband is having an affair with her best friend, but despite what society tells her, she can’t muster up the . . .
Sunday, Aug. 24, 2008

Today @ the Boulevard Theatre - 2:30 p.m.

This afternoon at 2:30 p.m., Boulevard Theatre opens its production of The Misanthrope, 17th-century French playwright Moliere’s most enduring work and an early predecessor to “Curb Your Enthusiasm” if there ever was one. The plot, in short, follows Alceste, a grump with no regard for the social conventions of . . .
Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2008

Theater Review

What could be more perfect than staging Moliere's comedy The Misanthrope during an election year? The Boulevard Theatre hits the target with a production that scores on almost every level. The play, written in 1666, tells the story of Alceste, who may be the most famous misanthrope of all time. From his opening lines until his final speech, Alceste shows his general dislike for humanity. He's unafraid to tell people exactly what he thinks of them. He only equivocates on the subject of love, "where reason doesn't rule." Alceste is a prime example of this, as he pines for a young coquette. More than a half-dozen other characters populate the play . . .
Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008

Tonight @ the Boulevard Theatre - 7:30 p.m.

Tonight at 7:30 p.m. Boulevard Theatre continues its production of The Misanthrope, 17th-century French playwright Moliere’s most enduring work and an early predecessor to “Curb Your Enthusiasm” if there ever was one. The plot follows Alceste, a grump with no regard for the social conventions of France’s . . .
Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2008

Theater Preview

Boulevard Theatre Artistic Director Mark Bucher has long talked about featuring actor David Flores in the lead of a Boulevard production. So when Flores showed interest in the idea of starring as the title character in Moliere's classic 17th-century comedy The Misanthrope, Bucher nabbed him. As a result, Boulevard Theatre will open its season with a production of the play on Tuesday, Aug. 12 . . .

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