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@ The Rita Visiting Artist: Renaissance Theaterworks Milwaukee
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For your convenience we offer you a number of ways to contact our Theatre Box Office for performance information and to purchase tickets for our theatre productions.
Please note that all ticket sales are final and that we do not refund money for tickets purchased but not used. All show titles and dates are subject to change, and every effort will be made to make show substitutions fair and equitable. Season ticket holders have the privilege of exchanging tickets for another performance date with no additional fee by contacting the box office in advance of the performance date on the original ticket. We will do our very best to provide you the best substitute tickets available. Based on limited ticket availability we cannot guarantee individual (non-season) ticket holders with ticket exchanges. We will do our best to exchange individual tickets for other productions but can make no promises that alternate ticketing will be available. All unused tickets can be donated to the department for resale or for free distribution to students and can be used by the purchaser as a tax deductible donation.
Don Juan, the magnificently brazen anti-hero of Spanish folk legend, has tired of his beautiful new bride and strikes out for new adventures and uncharted conquests. With irresistible charm and uncompromising intellect, he welcomes every obstacle he encounters, exposing his enemies and challenging conventional morality even as he adopts a religious front in order to carry on his clandestine crimes more effectively. But what will happen when this relentless seducer goes up against a force he cannot charm?
October 13-22, 2017
Main Stage Theatre
by Tony Kushner
It is 1985 and everything in our world is changing: the cold war is ending, the ozone layer is melting, and New Yorkers are learning how to survive a plague. Amid this chaos, seemingly disparate characters are brought together by their moral choices and evasions. Sexuality, religion, politics, and mental health collide at the beginning of the AIDS crisis in one of the most celebrated plays of the 20th century.
Please be advised that this play contains strong sexual content and adult language
December 1-9, 2017
Black Box Theatre
by Richard Bean
In the British seaside town of Brighton, things are looking up for Francis Henshall: he’s been hired as valet! By two different men. The only catch is that in order for Francis to get paid – and eat lunch – he has to keep his two guvnors from guessing what he is up to. One of the cleverest comedies of the last decade, a masterfully free-wheeling adaptation of the classic Italian comedy Servant of Two Masters, this play is a unique, laugh-out-loud mix of satire, songs, slapstick and glittering one-liners.
March 2-11, 2018
Main Stage Theatre
by Sarah Ruhl
On the day Eurydice is to marry her true love, a tragic misstep sends her plummeting to the Underworld. Memories are forbidden, but an unexpected reunion with her father awakens Eurydice’s mind to the love she felt in life. When Orpheus braves the gates of hell to find her, Eurydice must decide whether to remain with her father or return to her Earthly love. The timeless myth of a love that transcends death is retold from the heroine’s perspective using a lyric mix of the mythic and the modern.
April 20-29, 2018
Black Box Theatre