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Theater: ‘The Nerd’ Is Still a Laugh Riot

‘The Nerd’ Is Still a Laugh Riot

The Rep’s revival of Larry Shue play it originated is fresh, funny and fast moving.

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‘The Nerd’ Is Still a Laugh Riot

The Rep’s revival of Larry Shue play it originated is fresh, funny and fast moving.

Meet the Mary Nohl Grant Winners

LaNia Sproles, among a group of winning artists, sees exciting growth in city’s arts scene.

How a Newsboy Strike Became a Musical

Skylight presents ‘Newsies’, a protest musical about boys fighting unfair labor practices.

Let Us Give Thanks With Present Music

Group's annual Thanksgiving concert offers works by eight different composers.

Should Summerfest Pay Higher Rent?

Harbor House pays at least 7 times more than Summerfest per acre of lakefront land.

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‘The Nerd’ Is Still a Laugh Riot

The Rep’s revival of Larry Shue play it originated is fresh, funny and fast moving.

How a Newsboy Strike Became a Musical

Skylight presents ‘Newsies’, a protest musical about boys fighting unfair labor practices.

‘Hamilton’ Was Worth the Wait

Touring show that’s arrived in Milwaukee is a fantastic production of a must-see show.

‘The Roommate’ Is Funny, Serious, Fast-Paced

Renaissance Theaterworks show has weaknesses but good acting, directing make it all work.

Joking Around A Revolution

Playwright brings her own guillotine to Next Act production

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“Pale Blue Eyes” Is a Classic

Whatever you think of Velvet Underground, the song is a masterpiece.

The Big Voice of Brenda Lee

Her song, “I’m Sorry”, is one of the best pop vocals ever recorded.

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Let Us Give Thanks With Present Music

Group's annual Thanksgiving concert offers works by eight different composers.

The Life of a Violin

Frankly Music concert features works connected to Frank Almond's famed Stradivarius violin.

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Meet the Mary Nohl Grant Winners

LaNia Sproles, among a group of winning artists, sees exciting growth in city’s arts scene.

How a Newsboy Strike Became a Musical

Skylight presents ‘Newsies’, a protest musical about boys fighting unfair labor practices.

Read More...

‘The Nerd’ Is Still a Laugh Riot

The Rep’s revival of Larry Shue play it originated is fresh, funny and fast moving.

Orenda Café Is a New Favorite

Not perfect, but south-side cafe offers big portions and creative, Mexican-inspired dishes.

Dialing Up Old Memories

The final show before Frank Juarez Gallery closes features artist Dale Knaak. It’s terrific.

El Salvador Has Gotten National Press

New York Times featured it. It’s a small special place with wonderful food.

MSO, Masur Score With Beethoven

Composer’s early symphonies work well at the Pabst.

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Announcements

Holiday Craft & Gift Expo – November 29-December 1

Artists, crafters, and gifters will offer something for everyone with thousands of unique holiday gift items all priced to save you money.

Oak Creek’s Carlos Montañez To Debut Photography Lost In Nature Exhibit

An Opening Reception with the artist will take place Sunday, December 1, 2:00-5:00pm, at the West Allis gallery, located at 1500 S. 73rd Street.

First Stage Breaks Fundraising Record at Tenth Annual Wine Tasting & Dinner Event

Funds raised through this event support First Stage’s mission of transforming lives through theater.

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Monet, Van Gogh, Picasso and More

50 paintings by giants of European modernism coming to MAM starting Friday.

Dialing Up Old Memories

The final show before Frank Juarez Gallery closes features artist Dale Knaak. It’s terrific.

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