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One Piece at a TimeJul 1st, 2010 by Tom Strini
Fragonard's The Shepherdess is the first in TCD's summer series of long looks at works in the Milwaukee Art Museum's permanent collection.
On Stage with TCDJun 15th, 2010 by Barbara Castonguay
Several exciting openings this week, including offerings from Present Music, Optimist Theatre, American Players Theatre, and the Alchemist Theatre.
Jun 12th, 2010 by Valerie J. Christell
TCD is pleased to welcome renowned artist, educator and founder of Merge Gallery, Valerie Christell, as our newest visual arts contributor. This week, she suffers through Bravo's latest stab at combining art with television, and lives to talk about it.
New at MAMJun 9th, 2010 by Third Coast Daily
A sneak peek at the Colescott retrospective and selections from the AIDS Memorial Quilt.
Jun 7th, 2010 by Abbie Amadio
The AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin marks its 25th anniversary and memorializes those lost to the AIDS epidemic with a special exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Sunday in the ParkMay 28th, 2010 by Elisabeth Albeck
This Sunday in River Hills, a beautiful park and a stunning sculpture collection opens to the public in a grand way. A special report and photo gallery.
On Stage with TCDMay 25th, 2010 by Barbara Castonguay
It's pretty quiet on Milwaukee stages this week, but the MSO offers up Saint-Saens while some other shows sing their swan song.
On Stage with TCDMay 18th, 2010 by Barbara Castonguay
Important offerings this week from the Florentine Opera and Skylight Opera Theatre, and Dick Cavett graces the stage at Ten Chimneys.
On Stage with TCDApr 27th, 2010 by Barbara Castonguay
Up is down this week as Wisconsin Hybrid Theatre re-imagines Carmen, In Tandem packs three shows into one, goats & monkeys take to the road, and the MSO jams with Wynonna at the Riverside.
ReviewApr 25th, 2010 by Tom Strini
It's a play about a desperate boiler room fund-drive. Wait; it's about superheroes. No, it's about a theater company. Or it's about Shakespeare...
ReviewApr 18th, 2010 by Brian Jacobson
As the national tour begins its final curtain call, the malleable MSO collaborates with conductor George Daughtery once more to bring the yuks and awe.
On Stage with TCDApr 14th, 2010 by Barbara Castonguay
So much to see, so much to do...Important offerings from just about everyone this week, plus a giveaway from the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre!