The Uber Tap Room (1048 N. Old World Third St.) continues to deliver great tasting events. This Thursday, November 9, it’s a pairing of four 3 Sheeps brews with four artisanal cheeses. The tasting starts at 6 p.m. and the cost is $14.
Don’t chuck that “I’m With Her” pin just yet, because Hillary is coming to Milwaukee. On Thursday, November 9 at The Riverside (116 W. Wisconsin Ave.), the former senator and secretary of state will share stories from her latest memoir, What Happened, and talk uncandidly about the 2016 election and our country’s current political climate.
Not one, not two, but three Grammy Award winners – William Bell, Bobby Rush and Charlie Musselwhite – will delight listeners with the music of the Mississippi Delta at the Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall (929 N. Water St.) on Friday, November 10. They’re backed by a Memphis band with members who, you guessed it, have also won or been nominated for Grammy Awards.
It’s been a hit in New York and Los Angeles. Now former Milwaukeean Joe Kinosian brings his comedic musical mystery, Murder For Two, to the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s Stackner Cabaret (108 E. Wells St.) beginning Friday, November 10 and running through January 14.
Comedian Lewis Black takes his Rant, White & Blue Tour to Milwaukee this weekend. Catch Black’s characteristic “angry” stand-up performance at The Pabst (144 E. Wells St.) on Friday, November 10 and Saturday, November 11 at 8 p.m.
Tchaikovsky was notoriously critical of his own work. The Russian Romantic insisted that his fifth symphony would “never please the public.” From Friday, November 10 through Sunday, November 12, watch the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra prove him wrong, and oh so right, over the course of this stirring concert series at Uihlein Hall (929 N. Water St.).
The ever-playful dance troupe showcases its sense of humor in “Mad Li(m)bs,” a concert featuring improvised movement and wordplay, courtesy of company members and special guests – comedians Jason Powell and Andrea Moser. The brilliant performance will take place on Saturday, November 11 and Sunday, November 12, an from Thursday, November 16 to Saturday, November 18 at Danceworks Studio (1661 N. Water St.).
On Sunday, November 12, co-founders of the Milwaukee Craft Guild David Cobb and David Weissman will help you make your own cutting board at Lynden Sculpture Garden (2145 W. Brown Deer Rd.), shepherding you through the construction process from start to finish. At the end, christen your baby board with some bread, cheese and wine – all provided.