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THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH Artist Matinee – Marquette Theatre
Marquette Theatre announces special artist rate tickets for a matinee of THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH. Artist tickets will be sold for $9 and are available for the show at 11:00 am on Friday, February 24. Tickets can be purchased at the door a half-hour before curtain or by calling (414) 288-7505. The show’s run will continue from Wednesday, February 22 to Sunday, Wednesday 26.
Written by Thornton Wilder and directed by Jamie Cheatham, THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH is a comedy that mixes satire, burlesque and farce. The Marquette production promises to be like nothing you’ve seen before on the Helfaer stage. Follow Wilder’s “first family,” the Antrobus family, from the ice age straight up to present day. This tenacious clan lives through the invention of the wheel, the Great Flood, and all of the frustration and liberation of building a better world, as they struggle to survive by the skin of their teeth.
All Marquette Theatre performances take place at the Helfaer Theatre on Marquette University’s campus, located at 525 N. 13th St. For tickets to other performances, or for more information, visit marquette.edu/theatre and go.mu.edu/tickets.”

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Artist Tickets are available for Cooperative Performance Milwaukee’s production, Cambrian. Tickets are $10 (savings of $5) and are available as cash only at the door as space allows. Simply ask for an artist ticket at the box office.
Performance venue is The Cooperativa Gallery and Studio located in the Third Ward at 207 E Buffalo Street, Milwaukee.
Performance dates are as follows:
Fri. October 28- Sat. October 29–6:30pm and 8pm
Sun. October 30–12pm
Fri. November 4th-Sat. November 5th–6:30pm and 8pm
Sun. November 6th–12pm

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Check out this industry offer for Skylight Music Theatre’s Taste of the Wards on Thursday September 15. Use the promo code SKY16 to get $20 tickets at www.skylightmusictheatre.org/taste

 

Taste of the Wards

Thursday, September 15

Skylight Bar & Bistro and Salon

Broadway Theatre Center

158 North Broadway

Milwaukee, WI

 

Come together for an evening of culinary camaraderie!

 

Featuring samples and tastes from:

Meraki, Clock Shadow Creamery, Hinterland, Red Elephant, Indulge, Cubanitas, Great Lakes Distillery, Urban Harvest Brewing Company, Central Standard Distillery, Wine Maniacs on the River, Brenner Brewing Company, and the Milwaukee Ale House.

 

Plus enjoy live entertainment featuring Rana Roman!

 

If you have any questions or problems with the promo code, contact Megan at either meganm@skylightmusictheatre.org or 414-299-4972.

 

 

 


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2016 Cooperative Performance Milwaukee One Act Festival Discounted Artist Tickets

Presented at In Tandem Theatre

628 N 10th St, Milwaukee, WI 53233

Cooperative Performance Milwaukee is celebrating its successful first weekend by offering $10 artist rate tickets to artists and their guests who buy their tickets online using the promo code SUMMER. This deal is available ONLINE ONLY and for the first 50 tickets, so don’t miss out!

The festival features the following seven one acts:

  • The Conference by Philip W. Hall, directed by Jessica Betts
  • The Rosebird Egressby Dan McGeehan, directed by Abbey Bobzin
  • One Soul, or The End of Life as We Know Itby Germaine Shames, directed by Karl Iglesias
  • Unwiredby Alex Dremann, directed by Joel Kopischke
  • It’s All in the Eyeby Marj O’Neill-Butler, directed by Alan Piotrowicz
  • Reciting Emily Dickinsonby Tim J. Brennan, directed by Dylan Sladky
  • The Women’s Follow Your Dream Club by Jack Feldstein, directed by Corrie Tritz

Featuring the acting talents of Steven Alone, Kyle Conner, Michael Crowley, Lindsey Erin, JJ Gatesman, Kieran Hayes, Shannon Hubbard, Azeeza Islam, Ashley Jordan, Anna Murray, Ashley Retzlaff, J. Keegan Siebken, Jordyn Stewart, Jake Thompson, Kate Vogelsang, and Oliver Wolf.

REMAINING SHOWS

  • Thursday June 9, 2016 – 7:30pm
  • Friday June 10, 2016 – 7:30pm
  • Saturday June 11, 2016 – 7:30pm
  • Sunday June 12, 2016 – 2:30pm

Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2016-cooperative-performance-milwaukee-one-act-festival-tickets-25148756608?ref=estw.


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ARTISTS’ SPECIAL FOR OKIE JOE – 5$ TICKETS FOR THIS WEEKEND!…ARTIST TICKETS AT DOOR ONLY

THE WORLD PREMIERE OF OKIE JOE 

(PG 13)

April 21 – 24

The classic story of Joseph set in “Film Noir” style, 1930s California. (or Humphrey Bogart meets the biblical Joseph!)

Though “Bogie” himself isn’t actually in our play version of the Joseph story, there are plenty of tough characters to go around. Pharoah becomes Governor Faro (Governor of California), Potiphar’s wife is the proverbial “double crossin’ dame”, and Joseph’s brothers?… well, let’s just say you wouldn’t want to meet them in a dark alley.

The setting of the play is a movie production, shooting Okie Joe’s story. The conflict of Joe’s life plays out in a “film noir” world of only black and white, except for “the tie of many colors” of course.

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Fridays April 15, 22; Saturdays, April 16, 23; Thursday, April 21 at 7:30 pm

Sundays, April 17, 24 at 3 pm

Morning Star performs at

Eastbrook Church

5385 N. Green Bay Ave., Milwaukee


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Milwaukee Chamber Theatre presents Noël Coward’s FALLEN ANGELS, now thru May 1st!  Noël Coward is the master of drawing room comedy, and this delightful diversion is chock-full of his razor-sharp wit, charming musical interludes and all-around joie de vivre! Directed by C. Michael Wright; Featuring Kay Allmand, Matt Koester, Beth Mulkerron, Rick Pendzich, Molly Rhode & Chase Stoeger
MCT offers $10* “Artist” tickets for performing artists / arts administrators. “Artist” tickets are available for purchase the day of performance only. To purchase just call 414-291-7800 or visit the box office and ask for “$10 Artist Tickets” (*plus handling and tax). FALLEN ANGELS thru May 1st at the Broadway Theatre Center’s Cabot Theatre, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, 414-291-7800, www.milwaukeechambertheatre.com


After entering World War II, two female aviator units were formed and more than 1,000 women participated as civilians attached to the U.S. Army Air Forces. In August 1943, they merged into a single group, forming the Women Airforce Service Pilots program. One year later, the WASPs were disbanded due to political pressures and the increasing availability of male pilots. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

After entering World War II, two female aviator units were formed and more than 1,000 women participated as civilians attached to the U.S. Army Air Forces. In August 1943, they merged into a single group, forming the Women Airforce Service Pilots program. One year later, the WASPs were disbanded due to political pressures and the increasing availability of male pilots. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

Everyone always waits until the last week to see a show in this town.  Well it’s the last week for this show.  $10 artist tickets are available for all shows including the 1:00 matinee tomorrow (Wednesday, April 20th)  Do it!

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“President Roosevelt speaks of every American’s rendezvous with destiny… he was not thinking only of American men but the women who serve – and those women are you.”

Synopsis

During World War II, an elite group of female pilots became pioneers, heroes, and role models. They were the Women Air Force Service Pilots; the first American women to fly military aircraft.

Their biggest battles were fought on the ground; the women struggled daily with sexual harassment, discrimination, and sabotage. Based on real incidents, the play tells the story of four of these young women, and the cost of their commitment and patriotism.

The performance run time is approximately 120 minutes.

Wednesday, 1:00 and 7:30

Thursday, 7:30

Friday, 7:30

Saturday, 4:00

Sunday, 2:00


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Hey you broke young theatre-goers, there’s a PWYC for next Monday’s performance of Renaissance Theatrework’s Censored on Final Approach.  7:30pm.  No excuses, get your theatre on!

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During World War II, an elite group of female pilots became pioneers, heroes, and role models. They were the Women Air Force Service Pilots; the first American women to fly military aircraft.

Their biggest battles were fought on the ground; the women struggled daily with sexual harassment, discrimination, and sabotage. Based on real incidents, the play tells the story of four of these young women, and the cost of their commitment and patriotism.

The Broadway Theatre Center Studio Theatre

158 N. Broadway

Milwaukee, WI 53202


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Milwaukee Chamber Theatre presents the Milwaukee premiere of SLOWGIRL by Greg Pierce, now thru March 20!  Directed by C. Michael Wright; Featuring Peter Reeves & Sara Zientek

 

MCT offers $10* “Artist” tickets for performing artists / arts administrators. “Artist” tickets are available for purchase the day of performance only. To purchase just call 414-291-7800 or visit the box office and ask for “$10 Artist Tickets” (*plus handling and tax). SLOWGIRL thru March 20th at the Broadway Theatre Center’s Studio Theatre, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, 414-291-7800, www.milwaukeechambertheatre.com

 


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Just one more weekend, folks.  ‘Twas the Month Before Christmas runs Friday, December 18 at 7:30, Saturday, December 19 at 4:00 and 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00.  All shows at Next Act Theatre, 255 S. Water Street.  Come out for this charming and truly funny play.  $10 artist tickets are available for all shows.  Support local theatre!