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158 N. Broadway ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 291-7800
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Another of Milwaukee's fine downtown theaters, the Studio Theatre at the Broadway Theatre Center hosts some great plays. Milwaukee's Skylight Opera Theatre, Chamber Theatre and Renaissance Theaterworks performances are all housed here.
 
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Jan. 24, 2020
Happy Days

Winnie’s buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in Beckett’s unforgettable masterpiece of modern theater. Often referred to as “the Hamlet for actresses,” Winnie is a mountain of a role, physically and emotionally. A summit part for Milwaukee’s veteran actor, Laura Gordon. “HAPPY DAYS remains an absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit.” - New York Times

Jan. 25, 2020
Happy Days

Winnie’s buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in Beckett’s unforgettable masterpiece of modern theater. Often referred to as “the Hamlet for actresses,” Winnie is a mountain of a role, physically and emotionally. A summit part for Milwaukee’s veteran actor, Laura Gordon. “HAPPY DAYS remains an absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit.” - New York Times

Jan. 25, 2020
Happy Days

Winnie’s buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in Beckett’s unforgettable masterpiece of modern theater. Often referred to as “the Hamlet for actresses,” Winnie is a mountain of a role, physically and emotionally. A summit part for Milwaukee’s veteran actor, Laura Gordon. “HAPPY DAYS remains an absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit.” - New York Times

Jan. 26, 2020
Happy Days

Winnie’s buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in Beckett’s unforgettable masterpiece of modern theater. Often referred to as “the Hamlet for actresses,” Winnie is a mountain of a role, physically and emotionally. A summit part for Milwaukee’s veteran actor, Laura Gordon. “HAPPY DAYS remains an absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit.” - New York Times

Jan. 29, 2020
Happy Days

Winnie’s buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in Beckett’s unforgettable masterpiece of modern theater. Often referred to as “the Hamlet for actresses,” Winnie is a mountain of a role, physically and emotionally. A summit part for Milwaukee’s veteran actor, Laura Gordon. “HAPPY DAYS remains an absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit.” - New York Times



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Posted by natscadream on Feb. 5, 2009 at 2:14 p.m. (report)

Don't forget about BARNEY & BEE by Michael Frayn presented by Renaissance Theaterworks. Located at the Studio Theater at the Broadway Theater Center. MARCH 20-APRIL 12, 2009. visit www.r-t.w.com for more details.

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