Apr 14th, 2014 by
The History of Invulnerability, the Rep’s new play about Superman’s creator, is a flashy but empty cartoon.
Apr 7th, 2014 by Danielle McClune
Milwaukee Ballet offers varied set of three dances with a boffo ending.
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.
Apr 21st, 2012 by Ted Bobrow
An enthusiastic audience welcomed the career singer-songwriter, who performed songs made famous by himself and others over 40 years.
Laissez les bon temps roulezFeb 23rd, 2012 by Rosy Ricks
Mama Digdown's Brass Band & Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound, king cake, Jambalaya, local beer in tallboys, feathers, beads, and more feathers. A blurry look back.
Oct 3rd, 2010 by DJ Hostettler
“This guitar was too sensitive. This isn’t a sensitive show,” said Hutch Harris after he'd broken a string. It couldn't handle his Mighty Rock Power.
Sep 29th, 2010 by DJ Hostettler
The 11 tracks that make up Drugs Dragons' Dusty Medical release recall nights spent in strange foreign rooms fighting off nightmares.
Sep 18th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Mark Clements debut as the Rep's artistic director gives the company its first big musical. It's a knockout.
Sep 16th, 2010 by Brian Whitney
How, exactly, am I supposed to review my favorite band of all time? Very carefully, I suppose.
Sep 7th, 2010 by DJ Hostettler
Two KISS references and a Preacher reference! This review *is* about Gospel Gossip, right?
Aug 26th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Neil Haven's new play is a hilarious romantic comedy. Or maybe a hilarious anti-romantic comedy.
Aug 22nd, 2010 by Brian Whitney
Lie Bot, what is the saddest thing? 56 year old Greg Ginn playing shitty instrumental jams with a chubby kid in a Pink Floyd shirt. Ouch, Brian.