A/C Feature 1
Mar 21st, 2011 by Marianne Kordas
Dmitri Toscas reset this battle of the sexes in Chicago, 1958, and leveled the playing field for the women.
Mar 19th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Unique composer-singer-violinist charms and amazes; Present Music ensemble ignites Steve Reich's new "Double Sextet."
Mar 16th, 2011 by Mark Metcalf
Patients and caregivers at Luther Manor collaborate on a theatre piece in homage to Penelope, grounded in the serious reality we all deal with as we age.
On Stage 3/15-21Mar 15th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Tá fáilte romhat. (You're welcome.)
Mar 13th, 2011 by Peggy Sue Dunigan
A poignant Sunset Playhouse production of a play based on real life.
The Rep’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”Mar 6th, 2011 by Tom Strini
In August Wilson's 1982 play, the good-humored grace of talented African-Americans bends under the pressure of American racism.
Feb 27th, 2011 by Michael Barndt
One actor brings 18 characters to life in segregated 1920's Indiana, inspired by James Cameron's experience of a near-lynching.
On Stage 2/15-21Feb 15th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Setapen with the MSO, Chamber Theatre's thriller, Chamber Orchestra gets busy, First Stage for the little kids, Windfall's dark comedy
Feb 12th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Stellar singing, excellent playing, and a fascinating program of lute-centric music c. 1600.
On Stage 2/8Feb 8th, 2011 by Tom Strini
Arlo at the MSO, competition at the Ballet, three theater openings, three chamber concerts and Frank Lloyd Wright at MAM. Skylight discount code inside!
Feb 6th, 2011 by Peggy Sue Dunigan
Jeremy Welter's edgy "Alice in Wonderland" makes Disney's look like, well, Disney.
On Stage 2/1-8Feb 1st, 2011 by Tom Strini
Off the Wall takes on Lewis Carroll, those UWM dance kids, the Fine Arts and the Philomusica get busy, MSO German Fest goes on, Riverdance returns.