“The Who and the What” and “Silent Sky” tell very different stories about women who try to find their way in a man’s world.
Lots of music, and some choice theater openings are coming up this month.
Mark Clements’s big and brassy production is filled with impressive musical numbers and stellar performances.
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s new production of Terrance McNally’s 1987 play features standout performances by Marcella Kearns and Todd Denning.
Conductor Cristian Măcelaru pairs Beethoven with three contemporary works.
Wild Space Dance Company’s new work turns a former metalworks factory into a gritty and rich homage to the city’s manufacturing past.
The season opens with a trio of concerts by the MSO, and lots and lots of theater from the silly to the sublime.
Theater Red and Milwaukee Opera Theatre’s co-production is a tribute to the talent and tenacity of local performers.
“Three Sisters,” “Pericles, Prince of Tyre,” and “A View from the Bridge” explore the perils of roaming, and of staying home.
Director, actors and designers have a bloody good time in Ira Levin’s ’70s-era comic thriller.