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Theater: ‘Sex With Strangers’ Scores
Theater

‘Sex With Strangers’ Scores

Play by ‘House of Cards” writer is a witty, gritty and erotic battle of the sexes.

Theater: The Weight of Words
Theater

The Weight of Words

Renaissance staging of ‘The Violet Hour’ dramatizes the golden days of American publishing.

Next Act Pokes Fun at the Political Landscape this Fall
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Next Act Pokes Fun at the Political Landscape this Fall

THE TAMING by Lauren Gunderson is a refreshing antidote to today's punditry and non-stop squabbling.

Marquette Theatre to present <I>Wine in the Wilderness</I>
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Marquette Theatre to present Wine in the Wilderness

Set during the Harlem race riots of 1964, Wine in the Wilderness deals with treatment of African-American women within their community and the struggle to define true beauty and perfection.

Theater: Growing Up Irish In Milwaukee
Theater

Growing Up Irish In Milwaukee

In Tandem offers solid staging of local playwright Mike Neville's bittersweet memory play.

Theater: A Nation at Urban War With Itself
Theater

A Nation at Urban War With Itself

Next Act offers powerful production of ‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’

Black Souls Matter

Black Souls Matter

Can challenging shows like ‘The Ballad of Emmett Till’ change how we think about race?

Theater: The Short Happy Life of Emmett Till
Theater

The Short Happy Life of Emmett Till

Renaissance production captures the joys and tragic end of the teen whose death inspired civil rights activists.

Theater: The Killing of Emmett Till
Theater

The Killing of Emmett Till

Shocking murder in 1955, which ignited the civil rights movement, becomes moving drama.

The Season Ahead: Next Act Theatre
The Season Ahead

Next Act Theatre

David Cecsarini opens the season with "Perfect Mendacity," a complex play about truth and deception, but it's just one of Next Act's diverse offerings this year.

Joy and laughter fuel the Rep’s “Christmas Carol”

Joy and laughter fuel the Rep’s “Christmas Carol”

A new director and new Scrooge are just the most noticeable changes that enliven Dickens' classic tale.