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Panhandlers, fast talking con artists, and conniving businessmen come to life in this ‘opera for beggars’ through the Parkside Theatre costume department’s original trash-inspired designs.
Enjoy the musical that changed all musicals: “Threepenny Opera,” but first, meet the talented cast and crew.
It’s the musical that forever changed musicals: “Threepenny Opera.” Return with us to the back alleys of London for a tale of love & larceny, of betrothal & betrayal centered around Mack the Knife.
Starting with the musical that forever changed musicals, Parkside Theatre presents a season filled with song, joyous remembrance, chilling drama, and Shakespearean comedy. Don’t miss a moment!
The AIDS Memorial Quilt will be here soon. Along with this symbolic patchwork of sorrow and hope, the university has a variety of educational and cultural programs planned.
The ink doesn’t get any fresher than this! UW-Parkside’s FreshINK staged reading series turns to playwrights with campus connections—faculty, students, alumni—for a season of first-run theatre.
For current UW-Parkside Theatre Arts students and graduates, this is a busy summer of learning by doing at venues across the country.
As expected, it was a night of florid oratory at the first-ever Public Speaking Night. Find out who won here.
Saturday’s open house gave local arts and humanities organizations a chance to showcase themselves using The Rita as a backdrop. Here’s a reporter’s view of the event.
Who is the finest persuasive orator at UW-Parkside? Check here for the quick answer and check the Monday, April 30, edition for details.
This is one stop you won’t want to miss! “Bus Stop,” the collaborative theatre production of Parkside Theatre and the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre has five performances left. See it and save.
We’re not sure if great orators like Winston Churchill, John Kennedy, or Martin Luther King Jr., started this way but today eight UW-Parkside students issue calls to action at Public Speaking Night.
The last of two performances of the original play “Shrapnel” takes place in The Rita Tuesday evening.
Today’s colors: Next stop…
“Bus Stop,” the critically acclaimed theatre collaboration between UW-Parkside and the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, resumes tonight with a special pre-show talk. And then there’s the April 28 bus trip!
A new interpretation of the classic Greek tragedy “Antigone” should be on your “must-see” list. It’s free at UW-Parkside’s new Black Box Theatre April 20, 21 & 28.
Today’s colors: the somber tones of Green tragedy.
Another dozen performances of “Bus Stop” will grace the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre stage through April 29. If the first 4 performances are any indication, this will be a stop you won’t want to miss.
Today’s colors: The brilliance of William Inge’s comedy “Bus Stop” comes to life!