PostHeaderIcon American-born Conductor On the Rise

Conductor James Gaffigan loves his relationship as head of the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra as well as his life in the opera house pit. He is seen as one of the leading candidates to soon head a major American orchestra.

PostHeaderIcon Bees Do It, Fleas Do It, Let’s Fall in Love

"Cosi Fan Tutte" is a delicious, comic bon-bon of an opera. Lyric Opera has mounted an enchanting production that is sorely needed in these times of shootings and strife. What better way to spend an evening than laughing at human nature's eternal war waged in the name of love and thrilling to the delightful sounds of Mozart's music?

PostHeaderIcon History the Way it Was or Was It?

Goodman Theater's "Blind Date" stages the 1985 high-stakes summit between President Ronald Reagan and Soviet General Secretary, Mikhail Gorbachev. Playwright Rogelio Martinez takes us behind the diplomatic negotiations the predated the meeting as well as the actual summit.

PostHeaderIcon A Boy’s Pursuit of Love & Identity

"Boy", the new play at Timeline Theatre, tackles the theme of gender identity and its many manifestations. It is a sensitive and gripping true story of a boy's search for love and his true identity.

PostHeaderIcon 200 Years of Master Drawings

While museums seem reluctant to mount shows of prints and drawings, the Milwaukee Art Museum is featuring a rich, chronological exhibit of master drawings that cover all the famous names and many worthy lesser-knowns.
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