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Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 21, 2014
Spectacular acting lights up MCT's "The Good Father"
"The Good Father," which opened over the weekend at the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and runs through Oct. 12, was the first play by Irish playwright Christian O'Reilly, and it has rarely been produced in this country. But it's a first rate story about a young couple and their year-long journey that carries them from the ultimate casual to the significantly meaningful.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 20, 2014
Skylight's "Cinderella" joyously turns a Disney classic on its ear
In its recent past, the Skylight has moved almost exclusively into the world of musical theater, consistently producing stellar productions of musicals usually familiar to an audience. Friday night's performance of "Cinderella" was a clear indication that under the artistic direction of Viswa Subbaraman, opera is back. Thank God!
Milwaukee Buzz - Sept. 18, 2014
OnMilwaukee.com Weekend Preview Sept. 19-21, 2014
Explore Doors Open Milwaukee locations, watch the races during the Milwaukee River Challenge, wander the Cedarburg Wine & Harvest Festival or watch live art at Plein Air Shorewood. Maybe you want to see Hugh Bob and the Hustle, Roots Trio or Canopies? You could also enjoy a Taste of Ireland, get home improvement ideas at the NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show or get in one last round of glow golf!
Marketplace - Sept. 18, 2014
#WeWant Burt's Bees, Grebe's, grill grate and books
Welcome to this week's edition of #WeWant - a collection of some things we love!
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 18, 2014
Off the Wall delivers a dark and stormy version of "Cabaret"
The Dale Gutzman version of "Cabaret," which opened Wednesday night and runs through Sept. 28, is a dark retelling of a story that mixed sex, violence, longing and fear into two and half hours of mesmerizing theater. The menace of the play at Off the Wall Theatre is as intimate as any I have seen before.

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