Milwaukee Rep

Arts & Culture
3:48 pm
Wed November 19, 2014

"Harvey" Appears at The Milwaukee Rep

Harvey
Credit Milwaukee Repertory Theatre

When actors Jonathan Daly, Jim Pickering, and Richard Halverson came over to the studio to talk with us about the Milwaukee Rep’s production of Harvey, we knew we were in for a lot of fun. We weren’t disappointed. 

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Arts & Culture
2:55 pm
Fri October 3, 2014

New Play At Milwaukee Rep Encourages Empathy And Atonement

Mark Junek (Daniel) and Sophia Skiles (Linda) in Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s 2014/15 Stiemke Studio production of after all the terrible things I do.
Credit Michael Brosilow

The new play after all the terrible things i do premiered at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater this week.

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Arts & Culture
6:04 pm
Fri March 14, 2014

PHOTOS: Milwaukee Rep's 'An Iliad' Takes Audience on Odyssey of War's Horror

Jim DeVita as the Poet in Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s 2013/14 Quadracci Powerhouse production of "An Iliad"
Michael Brosilow

You may have read Homer's "The Iliad" in high school, but you've never seen it quite like this: as an atmospheric one-man play exploring humanity's relationship with war.

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Arts & Culture
3:14 pm
Tue October 8, 2013

Milwaukee Rep Strikes Chord with "Ragtime"

Gavin Gregory plays the role of Coalhouse Walker in the Milwaukee Rep’s production of “Ragtime."
Credit Milwaukee Rep

Government shutdowns and debt ceiling debates aside, attaining the “American dream” remains a goal for people of all political stripes in this country.

Arts & Culture
4:44 pm
Mon August 26, 2013

New Managing Director: Milwaukee Rep Performs 'World Class' Art

Chad Bauman is the Milwaukee Rep's new managing director.
Credit Chad Bauman

As it opens its 60th anniversary season, the Milwaukee Rep is in a good place.

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Arts & Culture
12:13 pm
Fri March 6, 2009

Props Properly Placed

Jim Guy meets daily with the Rep's prop team.

Live theater has been a part of our cultural landscape for decades. For instance, Milwaukee Repertory Theater has been humming along for 54 years. WUWM’s Susan Bence takes us through the back door, as the company prepares “Pride and Prejudice”, the production that opens tonight. She learns the role “proper props” play in bringing a show to life.
Pride and Prejudice is an unabashedly romantic story, vintage 19th century England. Jim Guy describes it as a play about books, paper and luggage. He confesses that synopsis might be a bit unorthodox, but Jim is the Rep’s properties director.

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