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Dear Friends!

Renaissance Theaterworks is having a party and you are invited.  We’re celebrating our 20th Season but this party is for you – the people in our community who make plays happen.  This is a FREE party.  No fundraising.  Just fun.  And cake!  Please come.  It won’t be a party without you.  Thursday, September 13th, 7pm at ComedySportz.  If you have a show, come afterward.  We’ll still be there.

From Marie Kohler, Suzan Fete, Jennifer Rupp, Julie Swenson, Lisa Rasmussen, Ali Carlucci and Mallory Metoxen

Get your Combat on!

It only comes around twice a year.  Your chance to get your fill of Combat madness is this weekend.

8 writers, 8 directors, 35 actors and 1 pianist coming together to create 16 new shows over the course of 48 hours.

The Bunny Gumbo Theatre Company presents Combat Theatre

Friday and Saturday, June 1st and 2nd at 8:00 pm

The Milwaukee Youth Arts Center (MYAC)

325 W. Walnut St. (on the corner of Walnut and MLK Drive)

Tickets are $18 and available at the door only

We do it because we can!

We’re getting close and we’re getting excited.  And when you take a look at who’s performing, you’ll get excited too.  Here’s the lineup:

Logan Adams, Diana Alioto, Libby Amato, Brad Bingheim, Drew Brhel, John Cramer, Katie Cummings, Leah Delaney, Kelly Doherty, Karen Estrada, Susan Fete, Donte Fitzgerald, James Fletcher,Reva Fox, Jeff Frank, Maretes Hein, Tim Higgins, Patrick Holland, Matt Huebsch, Angela Iannone, Pat Ivansek, Doug Jarecki, Bo Johnson, Allison Katula, Robert W.C. Kennedy, Joel Kopischke, Amie Losi, John Maclay, Brittany McDonald, Steve Midthun, Ed Morgan, Emmitt Morgans, Alan Piotrowicz, Nate Press, Diane Rector, Jazz Reed, Randy Rehberg, Tami Rentmeester, Brian Roloff, Cheryl Roloff, Jennifer Rupp, Shannon Sloan-Spice, Charles Sommers, Jeana Stillman, Ted Tyson, Jim Thibodeau, John Van Slyke, Matt Whitmore, Ken Williams, Rachel Williams, Tony Wood and Sara Zientek.

I’m all a tingle!

Friday and Saturday, June 3rd and 4th at 8:00 pm.  The Milwaukee Youth Arts Center, 325 W. Walnut.

Single night, $18, Weekend package, $30.

8 Writers, 8 Directors, 30 Actors

16 Plays in 48 Hours

We do it because we can!

Uprooted Theatre Presents a Reading of ….

Jack and Jill
by Jane Martin
Directed by Susan Fete
FEATURING Marti Gobel and Andrew Voss

Where do relationships take us? Is love enough? How hard are you willing to try?

Enjoy this reading that will make you laugh and sigh. Observe self discovery and personal change. And most of all, feel the characters undeniable yearning.
Join Uprooted Theatre on this ride.

Sunset Playhouse Studio Theatre                            
800 Elm Grove Rd.                                                  
Elm Grove WI , 53122                                    

April 22nd 7:30pm                                                                        
April 23rd 7:30pm                                                                                                            
April 24th 3pm

For Sunset Playhouse:                                                                 

Tickets can be purchased online                                                     

Or via phone: 262-782-4430

Gen. Admission: $15                                              
Student/Senior/Artist: $10

Live Artist Studio

228 1st St

Milwaukee WI, 53204

May 2nd 7:30pm

For Live Artist Studio:

Tickets can be purchased at the door with cash or check

*Pay What You Can

Gen. Admission: PWYC*

Produced by Special Arrangement with the Dramatists Play Service

Tiffany Yvonne Cox
Development Director

UPROOTED provides a vital outlet through the performing arts for the exploration and expression of African-American voices and cultural experiences. Through its work, UPROOTED strives to unite all members of the Milwaukee community, regardless of their racial or socioeconomic backgrounds, religious or cultural beliefs, gender or sexual orientation, and age or professional status. UPROOTED educates, enriches, and entertains while maintaining the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.

Every now and then you get the perfect casting, someone who looks eerily like the character they are portraying.  Lee Becker as the Crocodile Hunter and Rebecca Merritt as Martha Stewart come to mind.  This is not one of those times.  That’s Donte Fitzgerald as Michael Flatley in a play about the Lord of the Dance at an Adoption Agency.

On the other hand, Robert W.C. Kennedy playing an Irish Man…not so much of a stretch.  He’s joined here by Susan Fete.

Remember when Brian Roloff had long hair?  Here he is playing Mr. Hyde in a play by Jim Thibodeau.  Jim’s pairing was Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde at a Video Dating Service.