Arts & Culture
1:48 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

Four Fall Arts Events Not to Miss

Fall events at the art museum and beyond
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Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Milwaukee Magazine's Tim McCormick about the fall arts scene.

Summer may be over, but there's plenty to do in the arts world this fall.

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Arts & Culture
10:42 am
Thu August 8, 2013

A White Piece of Art Makes Life Colorful: Milwaukee Chamber Theatre performs Reza's "Art"

Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's production of Yasmina Reza's "Art" is opening tonight, featuring (l-r) Tom Klubertanz, C. Michael Wright & Brian Mani.
Credit Bill Finn

Lake Effect's Bonnie North speaks with actors Tom Klubertanz, C. Michael Wright & Brian Mani about their newest production, "Art."

Would you spend $200,000 on a painting of a white background with white stripes?  How would your closest friends react if you did?

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Arts & Culture
10:00 am
Wed July 31, 2013

Laughter Roars for Boulevard Theatre's 'Tigers Be Still'

The Boulevard Theatre premieres its run of Tigers Be Still
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Lake Effect's Dan Harmon talks with Artistic Director Mark Bucher.

What do you get when you combine a jobless art therapy graduate, a kleptomaniac teenager with anger management issues, and a tiger on the loose?

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Arts & Culture
1:15 pm
Tue July 30, 2013

Recycled Highway Signs Point to Home for Madison Resident

The highway signs that "patched" the home Carol Bracewell bought
Credit Gianofer Fields

Lake Effect contributor Gianofer Fields interviews Madison homeowner Carol Bracewell.

A Madison woman finds her new home’s previous tenant found a way to recycle old highway signs - and repair his floors at the same time.

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Arts & Culture
11:56 am
Thu July 25, 2013

Syrians Speak Out Through Their Art

"Transformation" by Fadia Afashe.
Credit Fadia Authentic Art, Facebook

Lake Effect's Bonnie North talks with artist Fadia Afashe and actor Jihad "Jay" Abdo.

As violent conflict continues in Syria, some natives are expressing their feelings on the revolution through art. The artists, however, are not free from consequence.

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