Visual Art: Stories of Steam Locomotives


O. Winston Link’s photos are nostalgic narratives that capture a lost era.

Sieger on Songs: “Endicott” By

Crazy, zoot-suited Kid Creole complains about the perfect husband in this funny character study with marimbas.

Sustainable Style: Is Rude the New Black? By

Why it’s not okay to be fashionably late or just plain rude.

Booked Up: A World Full of Spies By

The Cairo Affair is a masterfully plotted espionage novel.

Classical: Shaking Up Shakespeare By

The MSO brings in actors to tackle Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet

  • Taverns: Where Milwaukee Mimics Munich By

    Old German Beer Hall strictly follows the Bavarian approach to beer and pretzel

    Theater: The Silence of Outer Space By

    Quasimodo’s new production is a completely silent play depending only on physical movement.

    Review: Don’t Mess With Medea By

    Soprana Domonique Labelle’s dramatic performance as Medea highlights concert by Four Nations Ensemble.

  • Review: Going Crazy in Cleveland By

    Chamber Theatre deftly handles the antic farce, Lend Me a Tenor.

    Comedy: Four Film School Fools By

    The Union Sketch Show, features four funny UWM students, is becoming a YouTube favorite.

    Rock Roundup: Death & Taxes & Good Music By

    Never mind the IRS deadline, there’s great music coming this week.

    Review: Not-So-Super Man By

    The History of Invulnerability, the Rep’s new play about Superman’s creator, is a flashy but empty cartoon.

    Arts Roundup: Three Great Solo Artists By

    Saxophonist Colin Stetson, dancer Morgan Thorson and spoken word artist Jeanine Durning each perform in Alverno festival.