The touring Broadway rock opera is all punk and bombast, but leaves story depth and complexity off stage right.
“Distant Worlds” takes Nobuo Uematsu’s symphonic scores from computer tones to full-fledged masterworks with Bel Canto Chorus.
At Turner Hall on Sunday night, Amanda Palmer blasted through songs from her new album “Theater is Evil.”
The tugboat harbored along the Riverwalk of the Milwaukee River exists as a monument to a fishing legacy–and as Mark Gubin’s “floating Winnebago.”
The little radio show from WNYC and NPR brings inventive audio and visual ponderings about how we see life to Milwaukee.
In this extended interview, TCD dissects all things Radiolab before “Live: In The Dark” takes the stage this Saturday at the Riverside Theater.
Thousands of Milwaukee runners were doused with brightly-colored powder at this colorful 5K, held outside Miller Park.
The idea was to soak in Hayward, Wisconsin’s “Musky Fest,” a celebration of the idyllic northwoods, but what our TCD contributor got was a renewal of the spirit.
Brian Jacobson visits the Frontier Airlines Center for the celebration of a little building block, complete with a giant LEGO Hulk.
ThirdCoast Digest took in the sights of the 25th annual celebration of LGBT culture and came away with photos and more to share.