A/C Feature 2
Apr 7th, 2013 by Danielle McClune
Renaissance Theaterworks' season closer beautifully tells the story of outsider artist Helen Martins' fears and struggles in 1974 apartheid South Africa.
Gerald Clayton TrioApr 6th, 2013 by Ted Bobrow
Gerald Clayton has become a leading young light in jazz since Alverno booked him over a year ago.
Gig Posters at Hotel FosterApr 2nd, 2013 by Danielle McClune
Artists Francisco Ramirez and Paloma Chavez, film director Scout Shannon discuss Thursday night's art, film and music event.
TCD Art DateMar 27th, 2013 by Kat Murrell
The month goes out with a Pius XI alumni show, edgy contemporary Swiss art, a photography show closing, plus egg-dying.
Mar 23rd, 2013 by Stephanie Beecher
We Six brought a spectacular show paying tribute to the music of Stevie Wonder, giving the Motown artist’s music a jazzy restyling with original arrangements.
Mar 20th, 2013 by Emily Carl
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's latest installment of the biennial festival gives three teenage writers a platform for their plays.
Early Music NowMar 17th, 2013 by Jonathan Brodie
Early Music Now presented lutenist Paul O'Dette and singer Ellen Hargis in expressive Italian songs from the 17th century.
Wild Space’s “Luscious”Mar 15th, 2013 by Danielle McClune
A collection of dances stun and dazzle at the Rep's Steimke Studio, although they sometimes do too much in the moment.
Desperate Housewives of AthensMar 12th, 2013 by Jeff Grygny
Jordan Gwiazdowski, artistic director, has put together a modernized adaptation of the ancient Greek comedy.
Mar 9th, 2013 by Matthew Reddin
The country musical has great instrumental performances and stellar harmonizing, but a weak and gimmicky collection of songs.
Mar 8th, 2013 by Tom Strini
Milwaukee Ballet's dance card lists a new take on "Snow White" from Michael Pink.
Mar 5th, 2013 by Tom Strini
"Beyond the Score" immerses you in Dvorak's "New World" Symphony. Thursday night only.