Aug 20th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Gutzman, banished from the Skylight in the 1980s, returns in the summer where anything can happen.
On Stage with TCDAug 17th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
Great outdoor concerts and exclusive engagements this week: the Glenn Miller Orchestra, bluegrass at Chill on the Hill, Concord Chamber Orchestra at Boerner Botanical Gardens, Lou Fanucchi and more.
ReviewAug 17th, 2009 by Paul Masterson
The MCT launches a unique 35th season of plays celebrating the artist with the Milwaukee premiere Jules Verne's seminal steampunk tale. Five cast members play 39 roles with aplomb under interesting circumstances.
Aug 11th, 2009 by Peggy Sue Dunigan
It's Oscar Wilde's Bliss family, busy ignoring their dinner guests. APT's troupe brings to life a "comedy of manners" in the latest Up The Hill outdoor staging. As in most Wilde plays, the guests sneak out.
On Stage with TCDAug 10th, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
Storms turn Gaelic in Tosa before Irish Fest this weekend. Alchemist gets Broadminded, DanceCircus hits the Boys and Girls circuit, and a little Steampunk hits the Cabot.
ReviewAug 10th, 2009 by Paul Masterson
It's a show that will please most 'Phans' and most newcomers, while a few may not get it. A look at the national tour now in Milwaukee for the month, crashing (well ... sliding) chandelier and all.
Aug 7th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Will all the strife and embarrassing press ruin the Skylight's season? No. Strini tells you why.
Aug 5th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Managing director Eric Dillner, the center of controversy since artistic director Bill Theisen was fired, has resigned.
Aug 4th, 2009 by Russ Bickerstaff
A review of Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, now showing for Soulstice Theatre
Aug 4th, 2009 by Tom Strini
Skylight management has maintained that artists have threatened managing director Eric Dillner. Is there anything to it?
On Stage with TCDAug 3rd, 2009 by Brian Jacobson
It's muggy, and the performing arts world gets a little crazy--crazier than usual--as a month-long Phantom of the Opera rolls in, the surreal Missoula Oblongata arrives, and a full-on puppet parade. Includes footnotes of Milwaukee auditions, news, and more.
ReviewJul 31st, 2009 by Peggy Sue Dunigan
Before there was American Idol, Making the Band, High School Musical and other insights into becoming a star -- there was the 1980 ensemble docudrama about New York's High School for the Performing Arts. Now it's a new musical.