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Entertainment - Soulstice Theatre
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Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 26, 2014
The Woody Allen comedy "God" is no laughing matter at Soulstice
Woody Allen's "God" may well be a very funny play, somewhere. But the one I saw Friday night at Soulstice Theatre left me almost totally without so much as a grin, much less an outright laugh.
Movies & TV - Jan. 22, 2014
Milwaukee Talks: WTMJ-4 special projects producer Stephanie Graham
You may not know Stephanie Graham's name, but you might know her work. As a special projects producer at Channel 4, she's creating the human interest and consumer investigative stories that her station so heavily promotes. But the Cleveland native also works weekends as an anchor on the radio side at 620 WTMJ, and recently, began preparing to direct her first play, which opens this weekend.
Music - Dec. 24, 2013
Masterson reflects on Hugh Bob's 2013
In the past year, Hugh Bob and the Hustle have certainly done their fair share of shaking up the Milwaukee music scene. Prior to his band's show at Turner Hall with Blessed Feathers and The 4ONTHEFLOOR on Friday Dec. 27, I talked with Masterson about the past year, his songwriting experiences, and the attention he and his band have received.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 10, 2013
Einstein meets Picasso in Soulstice's schizophrenically funny "Lapin Agile"
So two guys walk into a bar. One is named Albert Einstein. The other is named Pablo Picasso. If that sounds like a joke, that's because it is. In order to get to the punchline, you'll have to see "Picasso at the Lapin Agile," the Steve Martin play that opened over the weekend at Soulstice Theatre.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 14, 2013
"Betrayal" is a pleasant surprise
One of the coolest things in life is to go somewhere and be surprised by what you find. That's what happened at opening night at Soulstice Theatre's production of "Betrayal" Friday night. This little shoestring company which has delivered unevenly in past seasons delivered an astoundingly and surprisingly powerful version of one of the great plays of the 20th century.

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Living - May 21, 2009
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