The cast of A THOUSAND CLOWNS! Matt Daniels, Thomas Kindler, Tom Klubertanz, Patrick Lawlor, Beth Mulkerron & Stephan Roselin
by Linda Loving, MCT Board member; (IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: There are no clowns appearing on stage in A THOUSAND CLOWNS; no red noses, no big shoes, no cotton candy, nothing.) Fifty years later, it’s never too late and not a minute too soon to experience the delightful dialogue and depth of Herb Gardner’s 1962 award-winning comedy A THOUSAND CLOWNS. Six quirky yet winsome characters dance in and out of each other’s New York City lives for two days, resulting in choices and insights which will last a lifetime.
MCT L1KES is about energizing our facebook community! MCT loves to interact with our theatre community, fans and patrons on facebook and we want even more people to have the opportunity to be MCT insiders! Now through August 31, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre is campaigning for 1,000 new likes on facebook. Our goal of a thousand (1000) ‘likes’ is inspired by our 2012-13 season opener A THOUSAND CLOWNS (Aug 9-26).
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre (MCT), Jewish Museum Milwaukee (JMM) and the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center (JCC) are excited to announce the “Exploring Jewish Voices" series.
MCT has several employment and internship opportunities available for the coming season! Positions include wardrobe supervisor, Young Playwrights Festival designers and production staff and stage management internships. Click more info for details-
by Mike Fischer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; What does it mean - and take - to love someone? That's the question on the table in every William Inge play, but it's never asked with more humor than in "Bus Stop," in which a bus driver and his four passengers join three locals in a rural coffee shop, where they'll spend the night waiting out a blizzard.
WPR & MCT present Old Time Radio Drama, featuring two live stage performances "The Lonely Road" and "Rocket from Manhattan" broadcast from the Cabot Theatre. Both pieces will be introduced by WPR host Norman Gilliland and directed by Lawrence University professor Timothy X. Troy. The cast features Gilliland, Troy, Bill Finn, David Flores, Marcella Kearns, April Paul and Lawrence University students Josh Kowitz and Erik Morrison. Don't miss this special Milwaukee performance! Tickets: $10. Broadway Theatre Center Box Office 414.291.7800 or online.
BUS STOP features a cast of eight including both professional actors and theatre students. The established actors include MCT Education Director/Literary Manager Jacque Troy, Dan Katula and making their MCT debuts Doug Jarecki, Patrick Lawlor, and UWP theatre professor Jamie Cheatham. UWP theatre majors Ethan Hall, Brenna Kempf and Anne Walaszek also make their MCT debuts in this collaborative production.
MCT has created YouTube preview videos for all five 2012-2013 productions! Click 'more info' to watch-
William Inge was born in May of 1913 and raised in Independence, a small southeastern Kansas town. Inge developed a curiosity for theatre during his adolescent and teen years, inspired by touring companies