Milwaukee Chamber Theatre (MCT) announces its 43rd season, centered on “The Mysteries of Life” -- a mix of complex comedy, thought-provoking drama and (as the theme demands) entertaining, mysterious thrills.
How are you supposed to know if you’re right and everyone else is wrong – or if you’re the one making all the wrong choices? That’s just one question at the heart of LOBBY HERO, running Nov. 23 – Dec. 18, 2016.
"Blue Bullets," a new work about community members wrestling with issues of police brutality in 1977 Texas, is written by Wisconsin playwright Alvaro Saar Rios. The reading is scheduled for Oct.17 at 7:30 p.m.
MCT associate artistic director Marcella Kearns takes a listening approach to directing 'Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike'.
While press announcements have disclosed that Skylight Music Theatre is considering the sale of the BTC, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's 2016-17 season will continue undisturbed, and MCT staff will proactively work to ensure the company's growth is maintained whether we retain our current location after this season or secure new performance space.
by Matthew Reddin, Wisconsin Gazette; They don’t have a snappy portmanteau nickname like “Bennifer” or “Brangelina,” but C. Michael Wright and Ray Jivoff qualify as one of Milwaukee’s cultural power couples. In their roles at two of Milwaukee’s most critically acclaimed theater companies, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre and Skylight Music Theatre, the couple has helped shape the city’s artistic landscape over the better part of three decades.
FALLEN ANGELS is featured on CBS 58 Sunday Morning! Director C. Michael Wright and actors Kay Allmand and Beth Mulkerron are interviewed - plus a sneak peek at the show!
Geoffrey Johnson, longtime friend and representative of Noël Coward and a Trustee of the Noël Coward Foundation, spoke on WUWM's Lake Effect when he was in Milwaukee on April 20.
by Richard Davis, Urban Milwaukee; It is difficult these days to appreciate just how radical a playwright Noel Coward once was. We think of him today as a writer of frothy comedies, but they had a frankness that made them seem positively immoral to many people of the day.
On Wednesday, April 20 at 6:30 pm MCT welcomes Geoffrey Johnson, longtime friend and representative of Noël Coward and a Trustee of the Noël Coward Foundation, as he shares personal reflections on the playwright. From Ten Chimneys to Jamaica, New York to London, we'll be treated to an intimate look at the last decade of Coward's life.