Performing Arts

There’s not much we probably need to tell you about The Wizard of Oz.

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When you hear the word “Shakespeare," do you start twitching – memories of long ago English classes dancing in your head?

Renaissance Theaterworks

Tyne Daly has a long connection to Renaissance Theaterworks.  

Florentine Opera

As the Florentine Opera Company gets ready for their opening production of the season, the conductor and some of the cast members stop by Lake Effect to chat. 

Florentine Opera Company

Vladimir Kulenovic is the first recipient of a new conducting residency at the Florentine Opera.

Stephen Sondheim is among – if not the most – celebrated American composer of musical theater.  

Michael Brosilow

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

Alex Clark

From the Iliad to Henry V, from All Quiet on the Western Front to War Horse, the stage is a powerful place to show what happens to men in the cauldron of war. It’s now a place to show what happens to women as well.

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To properly appreciate the history of American theatre, you have to study one of its titans.  Playwright Tennessee Williams is perhaps best known for his searing drama A Streetcar Named Desire. But it was his play The Glass Menagerie that brought him fame. 

From the time it premiered in New York in 1944, it has probably never been out of production. 

Boulevard Ensemble Studio Theatre

For almost three decades, the Boulevard Theatre has called a storefront space on Bay View’s Kinnikinnick Avenue home.