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Put on your leg warmers; "Flashdance" comes to Milwaukee

Published Feb. 24, 2014

Before the cast of "Flashdance" pulls up the curtain - and down on a chain attached to a bucket of water - on March 4, OnMilwaukee got a chance to talk to Corey Mach, who plays the main character's romantic interest Nick Hurley, about comparisons between the movie and the musical, meeting a new on-stage love interest and what movie he would bring to the stage if he could.

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"Ghost Brothers" lives up to its famous creators' names

Published Oct. 30, 2013

It might have taken a long time for Mellencamp and King to put the haunted musical "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County" together, but for the audience at the Riverside Theater on Tuesday night, their diligence was appreciated.

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The Rep's "Forever Plaid" sweetly sings a nostalgic tune

Published Oct. 28, 2013

Mark Clements, artistic director of the Milwaukee Rep, has a great big wheelhouse, and he has hit his stride in the intimate setting of the Stackner Cabaret. No further evidence is needed than to let the smooth joy of "Forever Plaid" wash over you.

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"Forever Plaid" star Lewellyn returns to show off his hometown stripes

Published Oct. 22, 2013

It's currently a fun time for actor Nate Lewellyn, and it's not simply because he's starring in "Forever Plaid," a gleeful revue of those classic catchy '50s guy group barbershop tunes opening this weekend at the Milwaukee Rep. No, there's another, more sentimental reason for Lewellyn to be happy: He's back home again.

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Joyful "Jersey Boys" hits all the right notes

Published Oct. 19, 2013

While there is an adaptation currently set for next year (Clint Eastwood is directing because ... sure, why not; it's gotta be better than "J. Edgar"), for the time being, "Jersey Boys" is stuck on the stage. But if the performance Thursday night at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts was any sign, it's doing just wonderfully staying on the stage.

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