Winter continues, but in terms of culture, the spring season is in full bloom. So bundle up and explore the art exhibits, concerts, plays, dance performances and readings popping up around town.
This play is a heart-warming tale about a working-class family just trying to make it — plus drag queens. It runs through Feb. 9 at the Milwaukee Rep.
A conversation with Ferne Caulker: dancer, choreographer, researcher, Milwaukeean
Hit the rink like a Sex Machine on wheels.
We asked ballerina Alana Griffith how she’ll stay in tiptop shape while performing in The Nutcracker this season.
Skylight Music Theatre’s Newsies is a heart-warming show for the holidays.
The unconventional house party will take place Nov. 13-16 and is sure to live up to the “Wild Space” name.
Through Nov. 16 at the Charles Allis, Quasimondo’s “Mrs. Wrights” is a solo show about five consequential women in Frank Lloyd Wright’s life
The Milwaukee Ballet opened its 50th season with “Coppelia” — a symbolic toast to the past.
The first thing you need to know about breaking is that you don’t call it breakdancing. The second thing you need to know is that it took root in Milwaukee long before it spread to many larger cities, and some of the best breakers around still live here.