Gershwin’s great American opera crowns Theisen’s ninth and final year as Skylight Music Theatre’s artistic director.
Michael Pink’s new version, though Classical in technique, moves the story along and showcases the company brilliantly.
The theatrical psychedelic pop band brings their wildly entertaining show to Milwaukee for the third time in a year on Thursday.
While Mark’s never been a Trekkie, this installment of the rebooted franchise leaves him looking forward to more.
Ferne Caulker, founder of Ko-Thi Dance Company, draws personal, artistic and academic connections to coastal Carolina African-American culture in the “Sweet Grass” show that opens Friday.
These art events will take you from the basement of a historic mansion to an art rummage sale, a sprawling jamboree, and exhibition openings with live music.
Frankly Music’s season ends on happy notes of Mendelssohn, Dvorak and Haydn.
Michael Pink takes a second look at “Swan Lake” and makes it even more his own.
Baz Luhrmann’s “Gatsby” delivers big stars and cinematic flash, but misses F. Scott Fitzgerald’s elegance and depth of feeling.
The inaugural edition of our summer weekend photo gallery series features images from National Public Garden Day, the Brewcity Bruisers season championships, Taste of the Ward and Milwaukee’s Fair Trade Crawl, captured by Angela Morgan, Sara Bill and Madeline Pieschel.
Frank Almond puts down his violin and picks up a baton for Frankly Music’s season finale Monday at Wisconsin Lutheran College.
In this week’s TCDIY, Carly teaches you how to craft unique planters out of mugs and recycled coffee bags for the perfect spring or Mother’s Day gift.