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Dec 10th, 2012 by Kat Murrell
RedLine Milwaukee's 12/12/12 event features 12 performance art pieces from every end of the medium's broad spectrum, stretched to fill a half day.
Night Of The Living DeadOct 31st, 2011 by Brian Jacobson
We bring you an audio and video recap of the Angry Young Men, Ltd. and MUTES production at the Oriental Theater on this All Hallows' Eve.
A sneak preview of Haunted History ToursOct 27th, 2011 by Brian Jacobson
Ghost hunter (and well-known theater figure) Susan Fry and ghost victim (and long-time employee) Jason Gierl walk us through dark and spooky hallways.
PODCASTSep 1st, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
In pop music, is overt female sexuality a form of empowerment, or is it undoing decades worth of work in women's movement? Today, Prof. Gillian Rodger and I start the conversation.
Aug 5th, 2011 by Matthew Reddin
Local artists pay homage to the things that inspired them as children, reinterpreting the pop culture of their youth through art and adult perspective.
PODCASTJul 28th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
And it's about to get a whole lot funnier. The Milwaukee Comedy Festival kicks off August 4, featuring some of the best stand up, sketch and improv this city (and beyond) has to offer.
Jul 23rd, 2011 by Elisabeth Albeck
Local musicians perform sections of Mark Mantel's "Machine Gun Concerto," merging the structure of chamber music with chaotic and destructive themes of war.
PODCASTJul 21st, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
In 2011 alone, 12 comic book adaptations are slated to debut on the big screen. This week, comic connoisseur John Steib explores comic book history and the super hero phenomenon.
PODCASTJul 7th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
In its heyday, Summerfest's now-defunct Comedy Pavilion hosted some of the country's best comedians. Former stage manager David 'Punky' Wastak reminisces on the good old days.
Jul 6th, 2011 by Jeremy Behreandt
The Fly Away Zine Mobile wraps up its nationwide tour in Milwaukee, bringing with it a group of zinester librarians to read, explore and promote alternative media.
A sisterhood of comedians takes aim at a new targetJun 14th, 2011 by Matthew Reddin
The women of Broadminded Comedy bring their family's foibles on stage for (well-intentioned) laughs.
Milwaukee MijasJun 6th, 2011 by Andy Hartman
The Mijas mix culture, art and an effervescent approach to topics of racial and gender identity, creating a collective that’s as capable of promoting change as it is having fun.