Monday, April 19, 2010

Sunday in the Park with George - In Concert

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by James Lapine
May 7-22, 2010

Performance Dates:
5/7 (Fri), 5/8 (Sat), 5/14 (Fri), 5/15 (Sat),
5/17 (Mon–Pay What You Can)
5/20 (Thur), 5/21 (Fri), 5/22 (Sat)
All performances are at 8:00 p.m.
Village Church Arts -130 East Juneau
Reservations: (414) 332-3963

Larry Birkett, Nadine Borngraeber, Parker Cristan,
Ben George, Vanessa Libbey, Bryce Lord, Michael Marino,
Tamara Martinsek, Karl Miller, Beth Mulkerron,
Kristen Pagenkopf, Emily Pogorelc, Heather Reynolds,
James Sampson, Marilyn White
Direction: Carol Zippel
Musical Direction: David Bonofiglio
Stage Management: Megan Peterson

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, this modernist musical theater masterpiece fictionalizes the life of French pointillist painter George Seurat and the creation of his masterpiece "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte."  The production is a breathtaking meditation on art, emotional connection and community.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


by Anton Chekhov
in a new translation by Mitchell Fay
February 12-27, 2010

Performance Dates:
2/12 (Fri) | 2/13 (Sat) | 2/19 (Fri) | 2/20 (Sat)
2/22 (Mon–Pay What You Can) | 2/25 (Thur)
2/26 (Fri) | 2/27 (Sat)


Village Church Arts
130 East Juneau | Milwaukee

Reservations: (414) 332-3963
All performances are at 8:00 p.m.

Maureen Kilmurry

Gladys Chimel | Thomas Dillon | David Ferrie | Howard Goldstein Amy Hansmann | Kevin G. Hogan | Michael Kane | Robert WC Kennedy | Bethany Ligocki | Liz Mistele | Thomas Rosenthal | Kyle Stefanski | Ken Williams | Carol Zippel

Stage Management
Megan Peterson

This poignant, romantic Russian masterpiece follows the lives, loves and dreams of sisters Olga, Masha and Irina. Living in a stifling provincial town they long to return to Moscow where they grew up and were happy. But they find their hopes for an idyllic life at odds with the relentless real world changes closing in on them. Chekhov’s passionate play will warm up your winter!

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Three Sisters is made possible by a grant from the United Performing Arts Fund
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