Arts & Culture
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.
Comparing NotesMar 28th, 2013 by Tom Strini & Sahan Jayasuriya
Tom Strini teaches Sahan Jayasuriya about countertenors and Handel arias; Sahan returns the favor with a primer on Grizzly's lush orchestrations, in the first installment of this new podcast series.
TCD Art DateMar 27th, 2013 by Kat Murrell
The month goes out with a Pius XI alumni show, edgy contemporary Swiss art, a photography show closing, plus egg-dying.
MKE This WeekMar 26th, 2013 by Lacy Landre
Guitars at UWM, Peeps at Racine Art Museum, Handel at the MSO, Thao Nguyen at Turner Hall, comics at the Milwaukee Theatre and Sugar Maple and art meetups Friday and Saturday.
Mar 26th, 2013 by Kat Murrell
Kat Murrell speaks to Niki Johnson, the artist behind the controversial depiction of Pope emeritus Benedict XVI in condoms, about her work's purpose: to foster discussion of religion and human sexuality.
Milwaukee Rep’s 2013-14 SeasonMar 25th, 2013 by Matthew Reddin
The Rep's season is extra-musical, with a stacked Stackner and two musicals ("Ragtime," "End of the Rainbow") in the Quadracci, but don't discount a take on Superman's creator, an adapted Iliad or the Stiemke Studio's options.
Mar 25th, 2013 by Sahan Jayasuriya
Touring in support of their latest album The North, the Canadian indie rock group will be playing Turner Hall Ballroom Monday evening.
Backstage with Mark MetcalfMar 25th, 2013 by Mark Metcalf
The 20-year veteran of the Milwaukee Rep talks about his theater origins and time in Wisconsin regional theater.
Mar 24th, 2013 by Howard Leu
Darrian Ford perfectly captured the sound of the King of Soul at the Marcus Center.
Don’t call it a comebackMar 23rd, 2013 by Ben Gucciardi
Bowie's latest may be predictable, but the king of reinvention has put together a solid album nonetheless, with frequent callbacks to his prior work.
Mar 23rd, 2013 by Stephanie Beecher
We Six brought a spectacular show paying tribute to the music of Stevie Wonder, giving the Motown artist’s music a jazzy restyling with original arrangements.
Mar 23rd, 2013 by Emily Carl
Opera singer Andrew Wilkowske lets his inner rocker out, fusing art and rock song without many missteps.