Enjoy Milwaukee’s near-endless art opportunities, with Kat Murrell’s Museums & Galleries Guide. Now updated for Spring 2013 Gallery Night and Day!
Arts & Culture
Craig Wright’s play Grace is a beautiful exploration of the nature of faith and belief, and David Cecsarini’s cast presents it with ease.
Renaissance Theaterworks’ season closer beautifully tells the story of outsider artist Helen Martins’ fears and struggles in 1974 apartheid South Africa.
Milwaukee Art Museum’s 125th anniversary: A panorama from the Layton Gallery through the Calatrava addition and beyond.
A few arrhythmias may weaken the impact of Larry Kramer’s semi-autobiographical tale of the dawn of the AIDS crisis, but a core of strong actors buoy the production.
Gerald Clayton has become a leading young light in jazz since Alverno booked him over a year ago.
The MSO Pops featured Billboard hits from the ’60s, but the three guest singers and their arrangements didn’t always sync up.
Bauman, currently the associate executive director at D.C.’s Arena Stage, will replace outgoing director Dawn Helsing Wolters by June 1.
Percussionist Greg Beyer, pianist Mabel Kwan, cellist Chris Wild play Chenary Ung, others to open a new music weekend.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art (MOWA) opens this weekend in a new building in downtown West Bend. TCD’s Kat Murrell has your sneak-preview.