A/C Feature 3
Mar 1st, 2013 by Howard Leu
The Rep's Stackner Cabaret presents a Johnny Cash song survey in a revue by Richard Maltby Jr. and William Meade.
Feb 27th, 2013 by Mary Overman
Emilia Layden takes the educational mission of Marquette University's Haggerty Museum of Art seriously.
Feb 25th, 2013 by Christina Wright
Lessons about eating veggies and gender stereotyping come wrapped in a sugar-sweet musical coating.
Feb 23rd, 2013 by Danielle McClune
Thursday night's performance at Vogel Hall used imaginative set design to drive George Orwell's allegorical story.
Feb 22nd, 2013 by Christina Wright
Three 60+ actors, one young outlier, and a fluffy dog complete a strong cast telling an often-untold style of story.
Feb 20th, 2013 by Angela Morgan
The touring musical updates the 1992 Whoopi Goldberg film, moving it to the '70s disco era, but keeps its soulful charm.
“Spaceholder Festival”Feb 17th, 2013 by Danielle McClune
Morgan Thorson's latest, hosted by Alverno Presents, makes the everyday magical in the bodies and voices of five dancers.
MSO PopsFeb 16th, 2013 by Tom Strini
Conductor Sarah Hicks, singers Doug LaBreque and Ashley Brown perform well, but the program is all parts, no sum.
Feb 15th, 2013 by Brian Jacobson
"Distant Worlds" takes Nobuo Uematsu's symphonic scores from computer tones to full-fledged masterworks with Bel Canto Chorus.
“Robot Cabaret”Feb 13th, 2013 by Danielle McClune
Quasimondo director Brian Rott and producer Jessi Miller discuss developing their newest work and (a little of) its premise.
MSO’s 2013-14 Classical SeasonFeb 11th, 2013 by Tom Strini
Edo de Waart conducts nine programs in a season that gives a nod to the mid 20th century.
MSOFeb 9th, 2013 by Tom Strini
Guest conductor Ignat Solzhenitsyn leads an unusual Milwaukee Symphony program with great skill and conviction.