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On Stage 5/3-9May 3rd, 2011 by Tom Strini
UWM revives 1920s musical, Marvin Hamlisch does his own thing at Pops, ghosts of Isadora and Nijinsky haunt Gigante, and more.
First Stage’s “Miss Nelson Is Missing”May 2nd, 2011 by Peggy Sue Dunigan
Those rotten fifth-graders thought they had Miss Nelson's number. Then the sub showed up.
Early Music NowApr 30th, 2011 by Tom Strini
The Flanders Recorder Quartet and guests offer a musico/poetic survey of the busy love life of Henry VIII.
Apr 22nd, 2011 by Rosy Ricks
At the Pabst Theater Thursday, sophisticated, yet friendly music that anyone can love.
Apr 16th, 2011 by Tom Strini
In Arthur Miller's classic mid-century play, the worst lies are the ones you tell yourself.
Apr 14th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Rep veteran Gordon plays opposite long-time colleague Lee E. Ernst in Arthur Miller's mid-century American classic.
On Stage 4/12-18Apr 12th, 2011 by Tom Strini
The Rep and Chamber Theatre revive classic dramas, four nights of Unruly Music, guitar at UWM, Wild Space on stage, two orchestras get busy, doc film at UWM.
Apr 10th, 2011 by Tom Strini
A genius choreographer at the top of his game, with a brilliant company as his muse and instrument.
Croatian and proudApr 4th, 2011 by Liz Zellmer
Duquesne University's folk troupe performed in Greendale, and Liz Zellmer and family basked in the glow.
Milwaukee Opera TheatreApr 2nd, 2011 by Tom Strini
Singing actresses Diane Lane and Susan Wiedmeyer take on challenging one-woman shows.
On Stage 3/29-4/4Mar 29th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Singing from the Florentine, SMPAC and Wilson Center; Milwaukee Ballet mixed-rep, interns gone wild at the Rep, and big-time jazz at UWM.
Next Act’s “Sleeping Country”Mar 26th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Playwright goes for heart-tugging when wisecracks and one-liners would have been enough.