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.
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.
Michael Pink takes a second look at “Swan Lake” and makes it even more his own.
Frank Almond puts down his violin and picks up a baton for Frankly Music’s season finale Monday at Wisconsin Lutheran College.
A brilliant cast and canny direction bring Mozart’s score and da Ponte’s libretto into full bloom.
Two lead singers in the Florentine’s “Le Nozze di Figaro” go way back — to Rome.
Gillespie, newly transplanted from Los Angeles, organizes her first Milwaukee show. “Springdances” runs Thursday through Saturday.
Kay Stiefel and Jack Forbes Wilson work hard — sometimes too hard — in their revue at the Skylight.
Violinist Augustin Hadelich and assistant conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong excel in Mozart and Richard Strauss.