Arts & Culture
“Robot Cabaret”Feb 16th, 2013 by Matthew Reddin
The Quasimondo's latest work of physical theatre tries to go too many directions at once, but a handful of excellent elements stand out.
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.
Feb 14th, 2013 by Kat Murrell
The exhibit, featuring works by the American company from just after WWI to the Great Depression, showcases inventive techniques and evolutions of form.
Feb 14th, 2013 by Sahan Jayasuriya
This quintet of cathartic records is perfect for anyone opposed to Valentine's Day on emotional grounds – or Valentine's Day-lovers with a weird sense of humor.
Feb 14th, 2013 by Jessica Sattell
The Haggerty-commissioned exhibit includes images of Lake Michigan and portraits of individuals whose lives are tied to it.
TCD Art DateFeb 13th, 2013 by Kat Murrell
With Valentine's Day fast approaching, Kat Murrell recommends a free day at the Milwaukee Art Museum and other romantic adventures.
“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.
Feb 12th, 2013 by Sara RS Miller
The cabaret show, featuring Kaplan alongside Steve Koehler, Kay Stiefel, Lisa Gatewood and Katie Dahl, is usually staged in Door County in summer.
Milwaukee This WeekFeb 12th, 2013 by Danielle McClune
The Quasimondo has a new bot-show, "The Walking Dead" makes a special trip to the Riverside and tunes from Present Music, Early Music Now, and the MSO.
Feb 11th, 2013 by Mary Overman
The Cardinal Stritch exhibition includes work from several different artists, including Annushka Peck and Ted Brusubardis.
“The Wild Party”Feb 9th, 2013 by Danielle McClune
UWM's Peck School of the Arts puts on a performance with a high-energy ensemble and a hard-to-swallow plot line.
Feb 9th, 2013 by Matthew Reddin
The Hungarian dark comedy never develops a consistent focus, and lingers too long over its tale of a couple who wins the lottery.