Quasimondo Milwaukee Physical Theatre
Press Release

Kamikaze Cutesauce: Cosplay Club

A Japanese Fusion of Movement and Horror!!!

By - Jan 26th, 2015 04:27 pm

Milwaukee, WI… The Quasimondo Milwaukee Physical Theatre invites you to Tama, Tokyo Prefecture, Kamata Junior High. Life is tough for class rep, Suki Morihoto. Tests, Phys. Ed., clubs, peer pressure, bullies, creeper teachers, and that strange transfer student from Kyoto who dresses funny, and won’t stop staring at me in study hall, what’s his problem? Oh, there’s also saving the world.

Cosplay, short for costume play, is a performance art where participants dress as and embody a specific character or idea from popular culture, including fantasy, science fiction, video games, cartoons, and comic books. A global phenomenon, cosplay has inspired a generation to shed the shackles of their lives for brief forays into the fantastic, intergalactic, and supernatural.



FRIDAY, February 6th @ 8pm (PREVIEW)

MONDAY, February 9th @ 8pm (OPENING)

FRIDAY, February 13th @ 8pm

SATURDAY, February 14th @ 8pm

SUNDAY, February 15th @ 2pm (MATINEE w/ TALKBACK)

MONDAY, February 16th @ 8pm (PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN)

THURSDAY, February 19th @ 8pm

FRIDAY, February 20th @ 8pm

SATURDAY, February 21st @ 8pm

SUNDAY, February 22nd @ 2pm (MATINEE)


Studio G (in the Grand Ave. Mall across from TJ MAXX)

161 W. Wisconsin Avenue

Milwaukee WI 53201

(Free street parking available, or use the adjacent parking structure)


$15 General Admission, $12 Students

To purchase tickets in advance (recommended), use this link:


For more information, contact (717) 34 Quasi, brianrott@thequasimondo.com, or visit us online at www.thequasimondo.com.

The Quasimondo Milwaukee Physical Theatre creates innovative and visceral productions that are pertinent and provocative, entertaining and evocative, and challenge contemporary theatrical paradigms by exploring different forms, techniques and styles. Nothing is off-limits – dance, puppetry, circus arts, original music and more are interwoven as old and new forms collide to create a rich theatrical tapestry.

Here’s what folks are saying:

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Theatre Critic Mike Fischer listed The Quasimondo in his top 20 best Wisconsin theatre shows of both 2014 and 2013.

“Mesmerizing and quite beautiful.” – Mike Fischer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

“A thoroughly enjoyable journey.” – Russ Bickerstaff, expressmilwaukee.com

“Heads up, Milwaukee—if you haven’t checked out a production from new physical theater troupe The Quasimondo yet, change that ASAP. The company, led by artistic director Brian Rott, is performing shows unlike anything Milwaukee’s used to seeing…The ideas and talent coming from this company are undeniable…The

Quasimondo is staking its claim in Milwaukee theater, and we can only benefit if it sticks.” – Danielle McClune, ThirdCoast Digest

“The Quasimondo is the brainchild of Brian Rott, who has studied physical theater at the Accademia Del’Arte in Italy. He’s gathered a talented troupe of actors, dancers, sculptors, puppeteers and musicians into a truly impressive ensemble.” – Jeff Grygny, examiner.com

We invite you to share with us in our “kind of world”


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