In-Person Performances Return!

UPAF | April 1, 2021

Join these UPAF Member Groups for their return to in-person performances!

 

Florentine Opera

Weill's Little Mahogany

May 7

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Uihlein Hall in the Marcus Performing Arts Center

Also available for on-demand digital viewing.

Explore the light and dark sides of temptation and seduction in the short Cabaret about regretting getting what you want, followed by swoon-worthy scenes and solos with rising stars.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets and learn more about the Florentine's safety protocols.


Milwaukee Ballet

Encore

June 10 - 13

Baumgartner Center for Dance

Enjoy classical and contemporary favorites in an uplifting performance features scenes from Don Quixote and Michael Pink’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame alongside excerpts from Trey McIntyre’s A Day in The Life, set to the music of The Beatles, and more.

Tickets on sale soon.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the Ballet’s safety protocols.

 

Milwaukee Rep

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April 27 – May 23

Quadracci Powerhouse

Milwaukee Rep delightfully returns to live in-person performances with First Lady of Song: Alexis J Roston Sings Ella Fitzgerald, presented by Artists Lounge Live. Award-winning actress Alexis J Roston celebrates America’s favorite jazz singer, Ella Fitzgerald with a spellbinding performance of classic tunes by Ellington, Gershwin and Porter including “Summertime,” “Our Love is Here to Stay” and more.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets and learn more about Milwaukee Rep’s safety protocols.

 

Renaissance Theaterworks

Best of Br!NK Br!efs

June 4 - 20

Next Act Performance Space

Also available for on-demand digital viewing.

Always an audience favorite at our annual Br!NK New Play Festival, the Br!NK Br!efs are ten-minute, fully-staged plays written by women playwrights from the Midwest, in response to intriguing prompts like: “Fortune Favors the Bold” or “Pictures of Parity”. We have carefully chosen some of the best Br!efs from the last three seasons to create a thoroughly enjoyable evening. This collection contains heroic canines, justified vengeance, flying pigs, secrets suddenly revealed, and an IT showdown between Alexa and Siri. Enjoy these emerging, powerful voices, right from our own backyard!

Tickets on sale soon.

CLICK HERE to learn about Renaissance Theaterworks' safety protocols.

 

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

The MSO is also welcoming season subscribers for safe, in-person experiences. 

 


Many additional virtual offerings can be found on the UPAF performance calendar.


 

Recent In-Person Performances

Florentine Opera

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April 14

Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall in the Marcus Performing Arts Center

Also available for on-demand digital viewing

Eric Ferring considers it a privilege to help the music of many generations speak to today’s audience. This remarkable young breakout tenor (Chicago Lyric Opera, Santa Fe Opera), debuts in Milwaukee in this intimate exploration of Mozart, Handel, Schumann, and Ben Moore, crossing borders and eras.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets and learn more about the Florentine’s safety protocols.

Milwaukee Ballet

Re.Gen

April 22 – May 2

Baumgartner Center for Dance

Also available for on-demand digital viewing

Revisit three pieces born out of Genesis, the Milwaukee Ballet’s international choreographic competition: Timothy O’Donnell’s BoléroEnrico Morelli’s The Noise of Whispers, and Mariana Oliveira’s Pagliacci.