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Rivendell Theatre Ensemble Announces Fall 2022 Programming Featuring the FRESH PRODUC Photo Rivendell Theatre Ensemble Announces Fall 2022 Programming Featuring the FRESH PRODUCE FESTIVAL & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 23, 2022

Rivendell Theatre Ensemble has announced its 2022 Fall line-up including the return of the Fresh Produce Festival: A Celebration of New Plays by Women; and the World Premiere of A Mile in the Dark by Emily Schwend, directed by RTE member Georgette Verdin, in a co-production with Interrobang Theatre Project.

Cast Announced for RIPCORD at Peninsula Players Theatre Photo Cast Announced for RIPCORD at Peninsula Players Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 21, 2022

Peninsula Players Theatre has announced the cast and creative team for David Lindsay-Abaire‚Äôs comedy, 'Ripcord.'¬†‚ÄúRipcord,‚ÄĚ which contains some adult language, runs July 27 through August 14 at the theater-in-a-garden and is generously sponsored by¬†Tim & Jackie Danis.¬†¬†

STEEL MAGNOLIAS at Milwaukee Rep Honors National Diabetes Awareness Month With Post S Photo STEEL MAGNOLIAS at Milwaukee Rep Honors National Diabetes Awareness Month With Post Show Panel
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 17, 2021

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and Milwaukee Rep will partner with JDRF Wisconsin (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) to curate a post-show panel discussion about Type 1 Diabetes following the performance on Sunday, November 21 at 7:00 pm.

BWW Review: STEEL MAGNOLIAS Brings Laughter Through Tears to the MILWAUKEE REP Photo BWW Review: STEEL MAGNOLIAS Brings Laughter Through Tears to the MILWAUKEE REP
by Kelsey Lawler - Nov 15, 2021

This show strikes a perfect emotional balance that steals your heart and splits your sides.

Photos: First Look at STEEL MAGNOLIAS at Milwaukee Rep Photo Photos: First Look at STEEL MAGNOLIAS at Milwaukee Rep
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 9, 2021

Steel Magnolias will be the first play with a live audience in Milwaukee Rep's Quadracci Powerhouse in over 18 months. As a way to say THANK YOU, Milwaukee Rep is offering free tickets to local Healthcare Workers to performances on November 10 at 7:30pm, November 11 at 7:30pm and November 14 at 7pm.

Milwaukee Rep's STEEL MAGNOLIAS Offers Free Tickets For Healthcare Workers Photo Milwaukee Rep's STEEL MAGNOLIAS Offers Free Tickets For Healthcare Workers
by Stephi Wild - Oct 15, 2021

Steel Magnolias will be the first play with a live audience in Milwaukee Rep's Quadracci Powerhouse in over 18 months.  As a way to say THANK YOU, Milwaukee Rep is offering free tickets to local Healthcare Workers to performances on November 10 at 7:30pm, November 11 at 7:30pm and November 14 at 7pm. 

Casting Announcement For Milwaukee Rep Season Openers Photo Casting Announcement For Milwaukee Rep Season Openers
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2021

Milwaukee Rep has announced the complete cast and creative teams for the 2021/22 Season openers Dad's Season Tickets in the Stackner Cabaret and Steel Magnolias in the Quadracci Powerhouse. 

Steep Theatre Is Extending Run of Lucy Kirkwood's MOSQUITOES Photo Steep Theatre Is Extending Run of Lucy Kirkwood's MOSQUITOES
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 29, 2019

Steep Theatre is extending the run of Lucy Kirkwood's Mosquitoes through November 16, adding four more chances to catch this beautifully performed and powerful show. Inside the Large Hadron Collider, two high-energy particle beams travel at close to the speed of light before being forced to collide. Outside, two sisters run on an ideological collision course that threatens to upend the fragile gravity holding their family together. Lucy Kirkwood's Mosquitoes is an intergenerational look at the gulf between decisions and their consequences.

BWW Review: Science Meets Family Dysfunction in MOSQUITOES at Steep Theatre Photo BWW Review: Science Meets Family Dysfunction in MOSQUITOES at Steep Theatre
by Emily McClanathan - Oct 15, 2019

Olivier Award-winning British playwright Lucy Kirkwood pulls no punches when it comes to examining family dysfunction on stage. Her 2017 play MOSQUITOES, which premiered at the National Theatre of Great Britain, features three generations of family members who are so fundamentally disconnected from each other that they barely speak the same language. Penned in response to Brexit, Kirkwood's family drama presents a microcosm of the wider societal divides in her country. This theme is equally relatable in the play's U.S. premiere at Steep Theatre, directed by Jaclynn Juttinga?'a production that marks the storefront theatre's debut as an Equity company. With a scientific subplot about the experiments that confirmed the existence of the Higgs Boson, or a?oeGoda?? particle, Kirkwood's wordy yet fast-paced play evokes the intellectual rigor of Tom Stoppard and the relational angst of Tennessee Williams.

Photo Flash: First Look at MOSQUITOES at Steep Theatre Photo Photo Flash: First Look at MOSQUITOES at Steep Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Oct 1, 2019

Steep Theatre begins its 19th season and opens its first production as an Equity theatre in October with the U.S. premiere of Olivier Award-winner Lucy Kirkwood's Mosquitoes, directed by Jaclynn Jutting. Kirkwood won the 2014 Olivier Award for Best New Play for her Chimerica, and her play The Children enjoyed a well-received run at Steppenwolf this past spring. This production will mark Steep's first venture with the playwright, as well as with director Jutting, a long-time friend of the company.