Theaters may be closed across the globe, but as the famous idiom goes, the show must go on - and in the case of the Milwaukee Rep, the show must go online.
The Rep is in the second week of the run of the powerful play "Eclipsed," which also means three new women, whom the Rep calls "Milwaukee SHEroes," are being honored for their leadership and dedication to their community, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
In front of every good man stands an excellent woman. If you don't believe us, check out the 12 Milwaukee women being honored during Women's History Month by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
Milwaukee is filled with inspiring and strong women, and March gives us extra reason to recognize them. Here are some of the spaces celebrating and supporting women of color in Milwaukee throughout Women's History Month, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Even if you'd never visited one of Enlightened Brewing's previous spaces - not far from its current home at 2020 S. Allis St. in Bay View - you'd be right to think the new place is pretty expansive, with its roughly 14,000 square feet.
The Rep has revealed the upcoming productions for its 67th season, bringing you tributes to two of the most iconic performers in the history of showbiz, a murder mystery experience and an ambitious Titanic-sized production, just to name a few.
In the spirit of recognizing the many women of color here in Milwaukee who have contributed to the growth and empowerment of others in our city, the Milwaukee Rep will highlight local "SHEroes" during the run of "Eclipsed."
The Milwaukee Rep's Quadracci Powerhouse was full of clapping, seat dancing, giggles and a little bit of glitter at "The Legend of Georgia McBride," written by Matthew Lopez.
Chicago's Matt Rodin earned the role of Hedwig in the upcoming Milwaukee Rep performance "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." Rodin was surprised to learn he had so much in common with the fictitious East German transgendered woman.
'Tis the season for making lists - and for me, looking back with enormous gratitude at the live performances I've been lucky enough to attend over the past year. Here are the moments that had the most impact on me, that I will treasure as we move into a new decade.
Get in the holiday spirit with some tickets to see Charles Dickens' iconic "A Christmas Carol"! Two lucky winners will each of win a pair of tickets to this Christmas classic.
The Milwaukee Rep's moving production of "West Side Story" is sure to earn the praise of current fans and gain many new ones.
The Milwaukee Rep season opener "2 Pianos 4 Hands" plays like a night out with friends - for better and for worse. And also there's dueling pianos.
U.S. Army veteran Carissa DiPietro is now getting the chance to share her story with hundreds of people, performing the narrative of her trauma, and those of almost a dozen other veterans, on stage of the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
It's a small set and a small ensemble, but Milwaukee Rep's magical "Ring of Fire" not only shows viewers the stories behind Johnny Cash's music, but also that Johnny had been sharing his story with fans for years through every note and lyric.