Lawrence University Opera Presents “The Beggar’s Opera”
Feb 25 to Feb 27
An English counter-response to Italian opera in the 18th century, John Gay’s “The Beggar’s Opera” challenges our ideas of criminal and governing factions, of love...
Duets: RAM Pairs Contemporary Craft Artists
Jul 17 to Jan 22
Visually or conceptually-related works are shown side by side in order to simultaneously highlight similarities and differences. Rather than collapsing individual artist’s interests into one...
Singin' in the Rain
Jul 21 to Sep 4
See the greatest movie musical of all time live on stage in a toe-tapping, rib-tickling Broadway version of Gene Kelly’s masterpiece filled with great songs...
Brecht's Works in English: A Bibliography
The Bibliography of Bertolt Brecht's Works in English Translation is a cooperative project of the International Brecht Society and the Bertolt-Brecht-Archiv (Akademie der Künste, Berlin)....
The Arts Page
Emmy-nominated "The Arts Page" is a 30-minute weekly series on Milwaukee Public Television hosted by Sandy Maxx. Each episode features different aspects of the arts...
The Law Portal (an art law resource)
The goal of The Law Portal is to present legal primers--relatively brief summaries of the law for non-lawyers--on matters that affect the arts, artists and...
Act I usually presents a fall production, a spring production (often a children's theater production), and a parlor concert (around the 4th of July) featuring...
Al. Ringling Theatre / ART Friends
Built in 1915 by Al. Ringling, the eldest of the famed Ringling Brothers, the Al. Ringling Theatre is a community-based, nonprofit organization owned and operated...
Alley Stage presents original plays and performances in an historic, rustic outdoor setting.
An Exploration of the Sources and Effectiveness of Classic On-Screen Humor-Jack Rhodes
This seminar will attempt to examine representative samples of on-screen humor from the classic period of film & TV. The examination will include such instances...
Dates: Sep 18 to Sep 23