A/C Feature 3
Apr 8th, 2013 by Matthew Reddin
Craig Wright's play Grace is a beautiful exploration of the nature of faith and belief, and David Cecsarini's cast presents it with ease.
Apr 6th, 2013 by Matthew Reddin
A few arrhythmias may weaken the impact of Larry Kramer's semi-autobiographical tale of the dawn of the AIDS crisis, but a core of strong actors buoy the production.
TCD Art DateApr 3rd, 2013 by Kat Murrell
Saturday: Museum of Wisconsin Art -- MOWA -- opens, Milwaukee Art Museum unveils 125th anniversary exhibit, WPCA hosts a fashion show for Kelvin Haydon.
Kat’s SketchbookMar 30th, 2013 by Kat Murrell
Muller and Madison, at Green Gallery, give Milwaukee something to talk about: Paper towels, among other things.
MSOMar 23rd, 2013 by Tom Strini
The Milwaukee Symphony Ilana Setapen ignites Prokofiev's Violin No. 2, the orchestra thrives on Neo-Classic Stravinsky and in Berio's sonic wonderland.
Milwaukee ScribeMar 21st, 2013 by Tom Strini
MKE arts news: Theisen to Iowa, PianoArts winner returns, Almond & Wolfram's new CD, and print shows abound.
MSOMar 16th, 2013 by Tom Strini
Milwaukee Symphony, Edo de Waart and singers Michelle DeYoung and John Tomlinson triumph in Bartok's opera; Chihuly glass works dazzle.
Milwaukee SymphonyMar 13th, 2013 by Tom Strini
"Bluebeard's Castle," with Dale Chihuly's massive glass sculptures, was the MSO hit of 2009. It's back.
Mar 12th, 2013 by Michael Barndt
The Bel Canto celebrates music director Richard Hynson's 25th year with Rachmaninoff's "All Night Vigil" and a commission from Alexander Levine.
MSOMar 8th, 2013 by Tom Strini
Violinist Salerno-Sonnenberg's triumphant return; Higdon's enchanting "blue cathedral;" reinvigorated "New World" Symphony.
Milwaukee ScribeMar 6th, 2013 by Tom Strini
The Pfister, Bel Canto, MYSO, Conservatory, Wis. Philharmonic, Lynden Garden and the Haggerty all have news.
Mar 5th, 2013 by Howard Leu
The Milwaukee Rep revue, retooled from a Broadway production to require half the cast, is a heartfelt, moving tribute to the Man in Black.