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Cheryl L. West's Before it Hits Home is about an African-American family whose views on life, family, and religion are tested when their oldest son, Wendal, returns home with a fatal secret. This is the story of a black bisexual jazz musician whose double life endangers both himself and his loved ones.
Winterdances 2017 presents UWM Dance faculty and guest artist choreography performed by Dance BA & BFA and Musical Theatre majors
20th century dramatist Brian Friel’s adaptation of 19th century playwright Ivan Turgenev's A Month in the Country is a study of the inequality of love by mingling tragedy and comedy, laughter and tears. Directed by Jim Tasse. Performances run Wednesday-Saturday 7:30pm; Sunday 2pm
Anon, a young refugee from a war-torn country finds himself alone in a hopeful, but dangerous United States of America. He recounts his epic tale of monsters, ghosts, and goddesses as he journeys home to his family in this modern retelling of Homer's The Odyssey
The UWM Opera Theatre presents Jacques Offenbach's operette La Périchole
The UWM Department of Theatre presents Faith & Jealousy: Othello and Much Ado About Nothing, two of Shakespeare's greatest plays being performed in a rotating schedule
The UWM Department of Theatre presents Arcadia, Tom Stoppard's celebrated masterpiece tells the tale of two stories, over a century apart, intertwining. A play with a racing heart, Arcadia explores what it is that makes us human and our determination to keep dancing even as the darkness gathers and the universe grows cold. Directed by Michelle Lopez-Rios. By Tom Stoppard Performances run Wednesday-Saturday, 7:30pm; Sunday, 2pm Directed by Michelle Lopez-Rios