Peck School of the Arts Host Concerts, Theatre, and More, April 25-May 26

April 25
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-The-Peck-School-of-the-Arts-April-25-May-6-Events-20010101The Peck School of the Arts will host several events from April 25 through May 26.  Log on to: for more information.

Fri, Apr 27 - Symphony Orchestra Concert, 7:30pm, Helen Bader Concert Hall
Performing works by Brahms, Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Copland and Gershwin. This is Professor Margery Deutsch's final concert as Director of Orchestras at UWM. She is retiring in May after 28 years.
$12 general/$10 seniors, UWM faculty and staff/$8 non-UWM students/FREE for UWM students and all school orchestra students and directors with a school ID
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Wed, May 2-Sun, May 6 - Mainstage Series: Three Sisters, 7:30pm Wed-Sat; 2pm Sun, Mainstage Theatre
By Anton Chekhov. Directed by Theatre faculty Rebecca Holderness. Adapted by Theatre student and 2012 graduate Fly Steffens with original score by Bill Barclay. Chekhov's classic play of missed desire, love and yearning set in the frozen landscape of Russia. A birthday cake stays untasted, a military band plays a farewell, the village burns and wolves can be heard in the nearby mountains as a shot rings out that changes everything and nothing.
Thursday, May 3rd - The show will be followed by a talk-back with play adapter Fly Steffens and Assistant Professor of Russian, Joe Peschio, PhD.
$17 general/$12 seniors and UWM faculty, staff and alumni/$10 student
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Thurs, May 3 -Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival Monthly Screening, 7pm, UWM Union Theatre
The Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival presents La Ley del Deseo (Law of Desire), Pedro Almodóvar's 1987 melodrama of sexual attraction starring Antonio Banderas & Carmen Maura. Presented on 35mm. Co-Sponsored by PrideFest Milwaukee & Riviera Maya Restaurant.

Fri, May 4- Sat, May 6 - Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, 7pm on Fri at the Union Theatre; 5 & 8pm at Walker's Point Center for the Arts on Sat; 3 & 6pm at Kenilworth 408 on Sun
The Milwaukee Underground Film Festival is a student-run, international film festival dedicated to showcasing contemporary works of film and video that innovate in form, technique, and content. This annual event exhibits independent films from around the world. Presented by the UWM Film Dept.

Fri, May 4-Sat, May 5 - Graphic Design Capstone Show Resolution 12, Opening reception May 4, 5:30-9pm, Kenilworth Square East, 3rd Floor
Join the UWM Graphic Design department in celebrating the senior graduation class of 2012 and their capstone work.

May 4-6 - Labworks: New Works by New Artists, 7:30pm, Fri-Sat, 2pm Sun, Kenilworth 508
The BFA actors at the advanced level of training take on cutting-edge new short plays as capstone projects. They serve as directors, dramaturgs, acting coaches, and actors in projects that propel these artists into the limelight in a new way. Click here for a schedule of performances.
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Additional Events

Thurs, Apr 26 - University Band and Studio Brass Ensembles Concert, 8pm, Helen Bader Concert Hall
$12 general/$10 seniors, UWM faculty and staff/$8 non-UWM students/FREE for UWM students and all school band students and directors w/ a school ID
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Sat, Apr 28 - Gospel Choir, 7:30pm, Helen Bader Concert Hall
UWM Gospel Choir Spring Concert
$12 general/$10 seniors, UWM faculty and staff/$8 non-UWM students/FREE for UWM students w/ ID
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Wed, May 2 - Artists Now: Beth Lipman - The Still Life Revisited, 7pm, Arts Center Lecture Hall - ACL 120
Lipman's still life projects reflect her ability to control material in the moment. Through this process, glass objects are made, composed, and reduced to a photograph before they are destroyed or recycled. Lipman will discuss the still life tradition, her own work, and other inspirations.

Thurs, May 3 - Hiding in the Light Artists Talk, 6pm, Inova/Kenilworth
Artist talk in conjunction with the exhibit "Miller & Shellabarger: Hiding in the Light."

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