Performed in the tiny, 50-seat basement theater in the Brumder Mansion, a historic bed and breakfast, the production has some nice moments and good performances - when it is not overwhelmed by melodrama.
Kira Renkas knew almost nothing about producing a play, but she's doing it anyway. Her production of "The Children's Hour" runs this summer in collaboration with Outskirts Theater Company.
The popularity of Facebook groups like "Old Milwaukee" and OnMilwaukee's own urban spelunking series shows that Milwaukeeans have a passion for their city and its history. Indulge that passion with a gift rooted in our collective story. Here are a few ideas.
There is no shortage of stories to tell about Milwaukee's Brumder Mansion, 3046 W. Wisconsin Ave. These days, the 1910 Arts & Crafts home on 31st and Wisconsin is a bed & breakfast with a theater. But there's a lot of history in the place, too.
Two nights this month, Paranormal Investigators Milwaukee hosts two guided investigation tours for the general public at the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear, which is located on 839 N. 11th St. in Milwaukee and at the Brumder Mansion, 3046 W. Wisconsin Ave., on Friday, Oct. 31.
This week, OnMilwaukee.com asked the Social Circle where's the best spot in town to get married. The response was incredible.
Cornerstone Theatre's "Educating Rita" is a bland and unmemorable little play made even blander by a professional, polite, but otherwise tame and flavorless production. It plays at the Brumder Mansion through May 29.
In the first installment of OnMilwaukee.com's new theater series, Tom Stajmiger talks with Cotter Smith, a nationally-known TV and stage actor who has moved to Milwaukee to build a new career on his Cornerstorne Theater Company.