5 Things to Do in Milwaukee That Don’t Involve a Crowd This Week: June 1-4

What’s up this week, including live music and a ballet lessons, from the comfort of your home.

1. Christina Clancy in Conversation with Lauren Fox

TUESDAY, JUNE 2 AT 7 P.M.

Tune in to the virtual launch of Wisconsinite Christina Clancy’s debut novel, The Second Home. Clancy will talk with Lauren Fox, Milwaukee author of Days of Awe. You can register for the Zoom session — and preorder a copy of The Second Home — on Boswell’s website.

2. Wanna Grab Coffee?

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 AT 1:00 P.M.

Brew a cup of coffee and join 88Nine Radio Milwaukee for this conversation about how you’re staying busy and entertained during this time of social distancing. 

3. Milwaukee Repertory Workshop

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3 FROM 7-8 P.M. 

As part of its #WellnessWednesdays, Milwaukee Rep is offering a series of artistic workshops. Today’s session, Physical Theater for the Small Screen, is led by The Rep’s education manager, Jeffrey Mosser, and doesn’t require any previous theater experience. Be sure to RSVP by noon on Wednesday to guarantee a spot!

4. #ReviveLiveMKE with Whitney

POSTPONED: THURSDAY, JUNE 11 7 P.M.

The Chicago-based indie folk band Whitney will perform via livestream as part the Pabst Theater Group’s #ReviveLiveMKE series. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the National Independent Venue Association. Check the Pabst website for ticket prices and details about the rest of the series. 

5. Barre Class with Milwaukee Ballet

THURSDAY, JUNE 4 FROM 3:15 -4:15 P.M.

While this class may seem a little daunting for beginners, Milwaukee Ballet’s weekly online sessions are perfect for dancers of all levels. And if ballet isn’t quite your speed, check out the Wednesday morning Pilates class instead.

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Elizabeth Johnson is an editorial intern at Milwaukee Magazine and a journalism major at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.