A new batch of shows at American Players Theatre, the MKE Fringe, Chamber Theatre thrills and chuckles, and “A Chorus Line” “of a certain age.”
Free Shakespeare in the Park moves to the Marcus Center’s Peck Pavilion to offer a classic comedy.
“Cyrano de Bergerac,” “The Maids,” and “The Unexpected Man” run through the summer.
John Langs stages a thoroughly modern “Dream,” which marks the opening of the new APT stage.
Spotlights – and starlight – make for a dazzling evening of entertainment. Most Milwaukee theater groups go on hiatus over the summer, but summer stock is in full swing on numerous stages around the state.
A gorgeous hello-summer collaboration between Milwaukee Opera Theatre and Danceworks Performance Company.
Shakespeare, Handel, Calatrava: these are your cultural must-sees.
A set of challenging, contemporary work featuring Cory Smythe and Steve Lehman.
Marize Fumero shines darkly as Snow White’s evil stepmother in Michael Pink’s dazzling and dynamic dance-story.
Mahler’s Third Symphony is a profound and magnificent meditation that “mirrors the whole world.”