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THREE ANNIVERSARY’S AND A REFORMATION DOUBLE PLAY!
Windfall Theatre celebrates its 25th Season of bringing Fearless theatre to Milwaukee audiences with a REFORMATION DOUBLE PLAY that includes a back by popular demand revival and a powerful reading of a Tony & Olivier Award winning masterpiece. Each of these productions exemplifies Windfall’s mission of staging little known gems from renowned theatrical artists, original works from emerging local playwrights and selecting bold theatrical ensemble driven pieces that give our audiences unforgettable theatrical adventures.
The REFORMATION DOUBLE PLAY also gives a nod to the 50th anniversary of Village Church where Windfall has been in residence for 25 seasons & to the 500th anniversary of the Reformation featured in the plot of each play.
A Tragical, Comical, Historical! Back by Popular Demand Revival!
by David Davalos
September 29 – October14, 2017 -- TICKETS $20
(9/29, 9/30, 10/6, 10/7, 10/9, 10/12, 10/13, 10/14 at 8pm)
Performed at Village Church
Celebrating 50 years of Exploring Spirituality, Community and the Arts —-
130 E. Juneau Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53202
The fall semester at Wittenberg U finds Hamlet Prince of Denmark class of 1517 with an undeclared major. His philosophy professor Dr. John Faustus has finally decided to marry his paramour, a former nun turned courtesan, and his theology professor Martin Luther is dealing with the spiritual and medical consequences of his outrage at abusive practices of the Church. Hysterically funny and poignantly touching the play takes the fictional characters of Christopher Marlowe’s Faustus and Shakespeare’s Hamlet and throws them together with the renaissance religious reformer Martin Luther and places the three of them on the campus of Wittenberg U to hash out their theories about the mysteries of the universe, existence, women, love and God.
Bo Johnson as Dr. Faustus; Emmitt Morgans as Martin Luther,
Kyle Conner as Hamlet and Jocelyn Ridgely as The Eternal Feminine.
Direction by Carol Zippel.
“A cocktail of brainy allusions, plot twists…and disarming anachronisms...a delight…” ~ The Washington Post
“Beautifully researched and written...utterly delightful...it’s a major triumph…~ StageMagazine.org
“Finally — a decent Protestant Reformation comedy! ~The Philadelphia Inquirer
LUTHER by John Osborne, A Reading
November 9-12, 2017 -- TICKETS $20
11/9, 11/10*, 11/11 at 7:30pm; 11/12 at 3pm
Performed at Our Savior’s —- 3022 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53208
Winner of the 1964 Tony Award for Best Play
This exciting play reveals the man beneath the cowl. Here, then is Luther the man, monk and mind in all its doubts, honesty and clarity of purpose lifting his book in his hand and saying, “Here I stand.”
“Makes the theatre ten feet tall.” ~ The New York Post
“A work of power and integrity.” ~ The New York Daily News
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Purchase tickets for WITTENBERG and attend LUTHER for $10!
GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE for either WITTENBERG or LUTHER TICKETS $10
Call the Windfall Theatre Box office at 414-332-3963 for group discount
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Both productions best enjoyed by ages 17 and over
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