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Natalie Merchant and the MSOOct 28th, 2012 by Christina Wright
Merchant performed songs from her beautiful 2010 album "Leave Your Sleep," a collection of poems set to music.
Off the Wall’s “Trainspotting”Oct 26th, 2012 by Danielle McClune
Off the Wall Theatre stages Harry Gibson's adaptation with unnerving, incredible results.
Oct 24th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Funny, friendly Audrey Babcock and Noah Stewart, as opera's top dysfunctional couple in Bizet's "Carmen" at the Florentine.
Oct 22nd, 2012 by Matthew Reddin
Renaissance Theaterworks' season opener follows a woman who'll do anything to regain the man she loves.
Trisha Brown at AlvernoOct 21st, 2012 by Tom Strini
The Alverno Presents series brings Trisha Brown's elegant, skilled dances and dancers back to Milwaukee.
On Stage 10/16Oct 16th, 2012 by Danielle McClune
Opera La Boheme becomes ballet; the LGBT Film Fest celebrates a 2nd annual 25th anniversary; First Stage adapts "Big."
Oct 16th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Frank Almond's chamber series opens with guests from the Milwaukee Symphony, with principal clarinetist Todd Levy featured.
Oct 13th, 2012 by Mary O'Hara Stacy
Francesco Lecce-Chong fills in for the late Hamlisch, the MSO's principal pops conductor.
Mamet’s “November”Oct 13th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Windfall Theatre stages David Mamet's 2007 comedy; it's more farce than satire.
“TitanicOct 12th, 2012 by Danielle McClune
Wisconsinite Geoff Karnish provides a preview to "Titanic," an emotionally charged Broadway musical.
Oct 10th, 2012 by Matthew Reddin
Director Maureen Kilmurry and lead actor Robert W.C. Kennedy discuss the extra-timely presidential satire.
Oct 7th, 2012 by Jonathan Brodie
Early Music Now opens with Ensemble Caprice, in Spanish music from the New World.