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Dec 5th, 2010 by Matthew Reddin
The Rep presents Charles Dickens' classic tale of generosity and good cheer, sure to melt the heart of any modern-day Scrooge.
Dec 3rd, 2010 by Ellen Burmeister
John McGivern's "Home for the Holidays" is like a plate of homemade Christmas cookies: comfortingly familiar, and a joy to share with loved ones.
Nov 28th, 2010 by Rosy Ricks
Equal parts comedy and commentary, "Bombshells" tells the tale of six women at pivotal life points, brought to life by world-renowned actress Caroline O'Connor.
On Stage 11/23-29Nov 23rd, 2010 by Tom Strini
Caroline O'Connor debuts at the Rep, Frankly Music honors Chopin and Schumann and hints at a Barber premiere, Mark Bucher's Boulevard exit.
Nov 21st, 2010 by Peggy Sue Dunigan
MCT stages Frank Gilroy's 1965 Pulitzer winner, a kitchen-table dramedy of set in the wake of World War II.
Nov 17th, 2010 by Tom Strini
A Gilbert & Sullivan favorite with a few new wrinkles.
Design thinkingNov 11th, 2010 by Tom Strini
The arts, repositioned from pricey civic ornament to key business asset.
On Stage 11/9-15Nov 9th, 2010 by Tom Strini
MSO's back in action, with bassist Edgar Meyer. String quartets play on Sunday and Monday, and theater companies roll on.
On Stage 11/2-8Nov 2nd, 2010 by Tom Strini
Early Music Now presents music from Sir Francis Drake's circumnavigation of the globe. Plus, lots of cheap or free stuff.
ReviewOct 29th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Michael Pink's "Hunchback" returns with a new name, a cleaner look, a super cast. But it remains overwrought.
On Stage 10/26-11/1Oct 26th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Youngblood stages Freakshow in a warehouse, and Chamber Music Milwaukee shows the arty side of movie composers.
ReviewOct 23rd, 2010 by Tom Strini
Don Davis' "Rio," the Florentine's first-ever world premiere, is a hard ride that's worth the trip.