Performances

Mad Li(m)bs

Mad Li(m)bs

November 18th, 2017 - November 19th, 2017

Kick off the DPC season with a wild night of dance, comedy and guest choreography provided by YOU!

Don’t miss guest improvisers Jason Powell and Andrea Moser as they join DPC in this entertaining evening of audience suggestions, ad-libbing limbs and general hilarity. Watch as dances develop, unfold, come to a moment of heightened suspense – or brilliantly crash and burn! Fill in the blanks and determine what will happen next!

Season Subscriptions available now. Single ticket sales begin October 1, 2017.

Annie

Annie

November 19th, 2017

This heartwarming, family-favorite Broadway musical has won seven Tony Awards, captivating audiences with a beloved story and an inspiring score, featuring the unforgettable hit song, “Tomorrow.”

Holmes and Watson

Holmes and Watson

November 19th, 2017

Dr. Watson is called upon to disprove the many frauds, fakes, and charlatans who have popped up all over the world claiming to be Sherlock Holmes following his “death” at Reichenbach Falls. Watson travels to a remote mental asylum where three men have recently been admitted, each claiming to be the late detective and matching his physical description. Watson must confront the men and figure out which one is the real Holmes. This thrilling new drama, by the celebrated writer of the movies Mr. Holmes and Stage Beauty, is next up in our series of popular mysteries like The Mousetrap and The 39 Steps 

All performance times and ticket prices subject to change. Please visit www.MilwaukeeRep.com for latest information.

Murder for Two

Murder for Two

November 19th, 2017

Co-written by Milwaukee High School of the Arts graduate Joe Kinosian, Murder for Two is the perfect blend of music, mayhem, and murder that has played to sold-out audiences all over the country! In this hilarious 90-minute show, two performers play 13 roles – not to mention the piano – in a witty and winking homage to old-fashioned murder mysteries. Called “ingenious” by The New York Timesthis fast-paced whodunit is a highly theatrical duet loaded with killer laughs.

All performance times and ticket prices subject to change. Please visit www.MilwaukeeRep.com for up to date information.

Bel Canto Mequon Senior Singers Fall Concert

November 19th, 2017

Join our Mequon Senior Singers for their inaugural concert.  This group consists of adults age 55 and better from the greater Milwaukee area.  Enjoy a wide variety of music including hymns, Christmas carols, Broadway tunes, and popular songs of the past.  There will even be sing-alongs.

 

Tickets: Concert is free to the public

Founders Concert

Founders Concert

November 19th, 2017

This annual performance showcases our acclaimed flagship orchestra, the Senior Symphony, and will feature Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Principal Trumpet Matthew Ernst as guest soloist.

Tickets: Adult: $12, Student/Senior: $10, Premium Reserve: $25.

THANKSGIVING

November 19th, 2017

A Milwaukee tradition, Present Music’s annual Thanksgiving concert will include the world premiere of a new piece we are commissioning from composer Ingram Marshall, including our Hearing Voices vocal ensemble, the Reagan High School Choir, the Present Music Ensemble and the Bucks Native American Singing and Drumming Group. Under the direction of Artistic Director Kevin Stalheim and in the resounding acoustics of the cathedral, the concert creates a unique and temporary community of listeners, who join in the performance in a closing Friendship Dance.  Ingram Marshall will be present at the concert.  Described as creating musical landscapes of mists and mysterious places that afford moments of strange lucidity, his most widely-heard work appears on the soundtrack of the movie “Shutter Island”.

Repertoire
Opening Song  by the Bucks Native American Singing and Drumming Group
World Premiere by Ingram Marshall
Sound. Only Sound by Sahba Aminikia
The Promise of Living by Aaron Copland
Diary of an Immigrant by Mary Kouyoumdjiian
Friendship Dance by the Bucks Native American Singing and Drumming Group
Closing Song by the Bucks Native American Singing and Drumming Group

Program subject to change.

Holmes and Watson

Holmes and Watson

November 19th, 2017

Dr. Watson is called upon to disprove the many frauds, fakes, and charlatans who have popped up all over the world claiming to be Sherlock Holmes following his “death” at Reichenbach Falls. Watson travels to a remote mental asylum where three men have recently been admitted, each claiming to be the late detective and matching his physical description. Watson must confront the men and figure out which one is the real Holmes. This thrilling new drama, by the celebrated writer of the movies Mr. Holmes and Stage Beauty, is next up in our series of popular mysteries like The Mousetrap and The 39 Steps 

All performance times and ticket prices subject to change. Please visit www.MilwaukeeRep.com for latest information.

Murder for Two

Murder for Two

November 19th, 2017

Co-written by Milwaukee High School of the Arts graduate Joe Kinosian, Murder for Two is the perfect blend of music, mayhem, and murder that has played to sold-out audiences all over the country! In this hilarious 90-minute show, two performers play 13 roles – not to mention the piano – in a witty and winking homage to old-fashioned murder mysteries. Called “ingenious” by The New York Timesthis fast-paced whodunit is a highly theatrical duet loaded with killer laughs.

All performance times and ticket prices subject to change. Please visit www.MilwaukeeRep.com for up to date information.

The Secret Mask by Rick Chafe

The Secret Mask by Rick Chafe

November 19th, 2017

Almost forty years after Ernie walked out on the family, his son George is contacted to help the old man cope with the aftermath of a stroke. As Ernie struggles to regain language and memory, George works to overcome his hurt and resentment, caring for a father he never knew. Each man tries to make sense of the past while preparing for their uncertain, newly-entwined future – a moving parable of prodigal fathers.

Single tickets go on sale July 31st.

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