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Theater: ‘The Island’ Still Packs a Punch

‘The Island’ Still Packs a Punch

MCT presents apartheid-era play by Athol Fugard. It’s a powerful production.

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‘The Island’ Still Packs a Punch

MCT presents apartheid-era play by Athol Fugard. It’s a powerful production.

Tour of America’s Dairyland Plans Summer Races

Series drops Bay View, adds Brady Street. But final decision depends on state of pandemic

New BBQ Joint a Success

Plus: a Dubbel Dutch pop-up, new Culvers in Bay Shore, and the downtown SportClub reopens.

Phoebe Snow Was A Rare Bird

Tragedy shortened her career but what she left behind is great.

Food Hall Planned for Downtown

Chicago group targeting two possible East Town sites for 20-stall food hall.

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‘The Island’ Still Packs a Punch

MCT presents apartheid-era play by Athol Fugard. It’s a powerful production.

The Enduring Power of Athol Fugard

Milwaukee Chamber Theater presents, The Island, which deals with racism and freedom in South Africa under apartheid.

Lessons From an Inner City School

Next Act Theater’s ‘Principal Principle’ is an edgy look at a new teacher trying to make good.

Skylight Presents New Show By Paul Williams

‘Fortunate Sons,’ set in the 1960s has music by the Oscar and Grammy winning songwriter.

Young Playwrights Take the Stage

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s 9th Young Playwrights Showcase features three plays by high school writers.

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Phoebe Snow Was A Rare Bird

Tragedy shortened her career but what she left behind is great.

‘Hitler Lives’ Is One Timeless Song

A classic song of warning by Rosalie Allen and The Black River Riders.

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Present Music Celebrates Thanksgiving

Annual concert is virtual, but chock full of interesting music.

Can Music Be a Call to Action?

Hip hop artist Klassik, Madison soprano Sarah Brailey and others take on challenging contemporary fare.

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The Enduring Power of Athol Fugard

Milwaukee Chamber Theater presents, The Island, which deals with racism and freedom in South Africa under apartheid.

A Month of Unique Fairy Tales

Theatre Gigante offers 31 days of fairy tales by an award-winning Slovenian writer.

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‘The Island’ Still Packs a Punch

MCT presents apartheid-era play by Athol Fugard. It’s a powerful production.

Lessons From an Inner City School

Next Act Theater’s ‘Principal Principle’ is an edgy look at a new teacher trying to make good.

Remembering Milwaukee’s Classic Restaurants

New book by Jennifer Billock recalls old German restaurants, Mafia-connected Italian places and much more.

Next Act’s ‘The Christians’ Is Compelling

It feels like live theater being streamed, in a smart play about a mega-church facing a sudden challenge.

The Importance of Skylight’s ‘Being Earnest’

It’s a fun smart performance and also a model for how to go virtual yet stay theatrical.

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Announcements

CelticMKE’s At Home St. Patrick’s Celebration This Weekend

 

Dane County Drops Most Fines Against Dance Studio

Health department enlisted the wrong attorneys and filed far too many counts

SportClub Announces Grand Reopening Weekend

Downtown Hotspot also Celebrates its 3rd Anniversary

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Walker’s Point Mural Honors Victims of Police Shootings

Artist Gloria Ruiz-Santos painted mural on the side of tavern at 2nd and Mitchell.

A Party Amidst a Pandemic

Mark Mulhern’s lovely show at Tory Folliard Gallery will cheer you up. Is that so bad?

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