For two years, the Islands of Milwaukee team used the arts to engage countless Milwaukee treasures, older people living alone or under-connected to their communities. Meet the treasures of the Islands of Milwaukee at Milwaukee’s historic City Hall.
A caffeine-fueled backstage romp through an ill-fated production of Chekhov’s THE THREE SISTERS with a full lineup of all the usual suspects: eccentric directors, a difficult critic, desperate producers and a TV diva.
A devised theatre piece about the ups and downs of college life in Milwaukee.
The story of a young girl who has a special request for her busy father: to get the moon so that she can play with it.
Etty is a touring one-woman theatrical play based on the diaries and letters of Etty Hillesum, adapted and performed by Susan Stein.
War is Hell, but things are about to get even harder for the men of Greece. The women have made a simple compact: No peace. No sex.
With magic realism and bold theatricality, these six enchanting fairy tales for adults remind us that every choice we make, large or small, has significant consequences.
Musical Theatre student capstone performance from Jade Taylor.
A comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games, She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she leaves her childhood home in Ohio following the death of her teenage sister, Tilly.
This coming of age musical follows the lives of Jo March and her sisters, Meg, Amy and Beth, during the Civil War era. The action will unfold in an intimate staging focused on the colorful characters and the heart-warming story.
The young King of Navarre and his best bachelor buddies swear off women for three years to dive into a life of scholarship and serious study. The Princess of France and her most eligible attendants show up on a diplomatic mission and the study immediately turns to the subject left off their college syllabus and the one that most matters – love.
A cross-cultural, intergenerational look at the changes in women’s lives across the century.
The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, is a powerful recounting of an historical moment in 17th century America: the witch trials of Salem, Massachusetts. Written during the rise and spread of McCarthyism in the early ‘50s, the landmark drama is famous for exploring the fear-laced conscience of its time and ours.