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'Good People' and 'The Kreutzer Sonata'
Two big plays headline this week's Friday Five.

'True West,' 'Macbeth' and More
All in this week's Friday Five.
| 1/15/2015
The Moors Are Calling
The Florentine stages "Wuthering Heights" for a recording.
| 1/10/2015
Anything Goes--sort of...
An abbreviated Friday Five for January 9, 2015
| 1/9/2015

 
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'Good People' and 'The Kreutzer Sonata'
Two big plays headline this week's Friday Five.
Paul Kosidowski | 1/23/2015
'True West,' 'Macbeth' and More
All in this week's Friday Five.
Paul Kosidowski | 1/15/2015
The Moors Are Calling
The Florentine stages "Wuthering Heights" for a recording.
Paul Kosidowski | 1/10/2015
Anything Goes--sort of...
An abbreviated Friday Five for January 9, 2015
Paul Kosidowski | 1/9/2015
Rounding out the Year
The Friday Five for Dec. 19.
Paul Kosidowski | 12/19/2014
The Underneath
TWS's powerful and timely "Dutchman."
Paul Kosidowski | 12/14/2014
Burlesque, The Dutchman and For Elfish Reasons
All that and more in the Friday Five for Dec. 12.
Paul Kosidowski | 12/12/2014
Tchaikovsky's Grand Tour
Reviewing Prometheus Trio at the Wisconsin Conservatory.
Paul Kosidowski | 12/9/2014
Holiday Traditions and Subversions
The Friday Five for Dec. 5.
Paul Kosidowski | 12/4/2014
All That Jazz
Wynton Marsalis brings the LCJO to town.
Paul Kosidowski | 12/2/2014

Paul Kosidowski
Culture Club Writer
Paul Kosidowski is a freelance writer and critic who contributes regularly to Milwaukee Magazine, WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio and other national arts magazines. He writes weekly reviews and previews for the Culture Club column. He was literary director of the Milwaukee Repertory Theater from 1999-2006. In 2007, he was a fellow with the NEA Theater and Musical Theater Criticism Institute at the University of Southern California. His writing has also appeared in American Theatre magazine, Backstage, The Boston Globe, Theatre Topics, and Isthmus (Madison, Wis.). He teaches arts criticism and magazine writing in the journalism program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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