August 27th, 2017 - August 28th, 2017

Directed by Michael Cotey
Featuring Di’Monte Henning, Mary Kababik, David Sapiro, Susan Spencer and Bill Watson

Acclaimed but cash-strapped writer Sidney Bruhl has an exceptional new thriller in his hands. There’s just one problem: It was written by one of his students. Sydney and his wife quickly come up with a solution — offer to collaborate with the young writer, and they can split the profits 50/50. No need to consider more … lethal solutions. Dripping with twists and turns, Ira Levin’s Tony-nominated play is both a spellbinding thriller and a devilishly clever comedy. You won’t know whether the next sound out of your mouth will be a laugh or a scream.

A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line

August 27th, 2017

Milwaukee Opera Theatre and Theater RED present:

A Chorus Line

Music by Marvin Hamlisch / Lyrics by Edward Kleban

Book by James Kirkwood Jr and Nicholas Dante

What Would You Do For Love?  Featuring an all-star cast of celebrated Milwaukee performers, this concert staging of Broadway’s iconic A CHORUS LINE brings a new perspective to the classic musical by pitting veteran artists against a young, upstart director.  Two performances only!

Tickets: $28 General Admission / $18 Student, Artist

Order online at or by calling 1-800-838-3006

Location: Cardinal Stritch University, Nancy Kendall Theater, 6801 N. Yates Rd, Milwaukee, 53217

Presented in collaboration with Cardinal Stritch University as part of “Arts @ Stritch”

 Featuring: Mark Bucher, Ryan Cappleman, Melissa Cardamone, Marcee Doherty-Elst, Karen Estrada, David Flores, Carol Greif, Angela Iannone, Bill Jackson, Doug Jarecki, Joel Kopischke, Diane Lane, Karl Miller, Beth Mulkerron, Joe Picchetti, Rana Roman, Jenny Wanasek, C. Michael Wright, James Zager

Joined by: James Carrington, Becky Cofta, Zachary Dean, Sean Jackson, Solana Ramirez-Garcia, Stephanie Staszak, Matt Zeman, Rachael Zientek

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About Milwaukee Opera Theatre:  Milwaukee Opera Theatre creates dynamic, singer-centered art by exploring the beauty of the human voice, sparking the imagination of both audiences and artists and transforming the bountiful landscape of classic and contemporary lyric theatre.

About Theater RED:  Theater RED produces theater in Southeastern Wisconsin.  Each production addresses three founding tenets: Substantial roles for women, growth in craft for artists, and support for new playwrights.

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