b'MOVE MKE: THINGS TO DOAttendance at MajorPotawatomiMilwaukeeAttractions Casino HotelBrewers Baseball4.5 million2.4 million paysbig.com brewers.comthe nation, The Rep has providedTheatre GiganteHistoric Places, the lavish 1911 more than six decades of world- Milwaukee home of Charles and Sarah Allis class performances. CurrentThe Theatre of Big Ideas,contains an art collection that season: Run Bambi Run; Countryoffering over 35 years of innovativeincludes 19th century French and Sunshine; Parental Advisory; Dialperformance art integratingAmerican paintings, classic M for Murder; Nuncrackers; Guystheater, dance, text and music. antiquities, Renaissance bronzes, on Ice: The Ice Fishing Musical;Season highlights include: Peter &Asian ceramics and decorative arts. Little Women; What thethe Wolf & the One-Man Band;Tours, private events, special Constitution Means to Me; TheSpalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell;exhibits. Fees apply; discounts Chosen; Piano Men 2; NinaThe Dogs, or The Paris Comedy;available. First Thursdays free First Stage Simone: Four Women and theThree Other Sisters; and Its aadmission. Special events. Hours: First Stage annual performance of Dickenss AWonderful Life. Performances heldWed-Sun 10-5. Christmas Carol, at the historicat UWMsKenilworth Five-0-EightTelephone: (414) 278-8295325 W. Walnut St., MilwaukeePabst Theater. Ticket Office Hours:Theatre, 2155 N Prospect Ave.,cavtmuseums.org First Stage is one of the nationsMon-Sun, 12-6 and 15 min. afterand other venues. Ticket Link: most acclaimed theaters for youngcurtain on performance days. gigantesisters.eventbrite.comaudiences and is the second- Email: tickets@milwaukeerep.comEmail: info@theatregigante.orgGrohmann Museum largest theater company inTelephone: (414) 224-9490 Telephone: (414) 961-61191000 N. Broadway, Milwaukee Milwaukee. The current seasonmilwaukeerep.comtheatregigante.org Home to the worlds most includes performances of Dream,comprehensive art collection Quickie! Dream!; The Forgottendedicated to the evolution of Girl; The Best Christmas PageantNext Act Theatre UWM Peck School human work, the museum Ever: The Musical; Henry IV, Part I;255 S. Water St., of the Arts - Theaterincludes more than 1,700 The Lightning Thief: The PercyMilwaukee (Walkers Point)2400 E. Kenwood Blvd.,paintings, sculptures and works on Jackson Musical; Elephant &Engages hearts and minds withMilwaukeepaper from 1580 to the present.Piggies We Are in a Play!; Diarycompelling, intimate and personalPresents large-scale dramatic andTelephone: (414) 277-2300of a Wimpy Kid: The Musical; Antheatre intended to stimulatemusical productions in the 525- grohmannmuseum.orgEnemy of the People; Escape fromthought, foster the exchange ofseat mainstage Helene Zelazo Peligro Island and The Wolves byideas, and promote newCenter for the Performing Arts and Sarah DeLappe. Generalperspectives and understanding.smaller, contemporary works atHaggerty Museum of ArtTelephone: (414) 267-2929Remainder of its current four-playthe black box Kenilworth Five-0- 1234 W. Tory Hill St., MilwaukeeBox Office: (414) 267-2961 season includes: Scarecrow andEight Theatre. Current seasonLocated on the Marquette firststage.orgThe Treasurer. Shares space andofferings include: State Fair; TheUniversity campus, the museum collaboration with RenaissanceMoors; Macbeth; You on thefeatures two floors and a Milwaukee Theaterworks. Also producesMoors Now; Pipeline; Short Playpermanent, expansive collection Bombshell Theatre Co. summerFestival; and Once Upon athat includes but is not limited to Chamber Theatreshows: James and the GiantMattress, as well as the First-YearEuropean and American 158 N. Broadway, 5th Floor,Peach; Disneys Frozen Jr.; The 24- Musical Theatre Spring Showcase. contemporary art, Old Master MilwaukeeHour Musical; The Prom; andBox Office Hours: M/W/F 10-6. paintings and photography. Hosts One of Milwaukees largestMean Girls Jr. Ticket Office Hours:Email: psoatix@psoa.uwm.eduonline exhibitions, experiences and nonmusical theatre companiesMon-Fri, 12-5.Telephone: (414) 229-4308events. Community education comprised of primarily local artists.Telephone: (414) 278-0765 uwm.edu/arts/box-officeofferings. Open daily 10-4:30; Current season offerings: Laughsnextact.orgclosed holidays. Free admission to in Spanish; Liberace!; A Moon forspecified groups; $5 suggested the Misbegotten; Theadmission to others.Mountaintop; World Premiere: TheRenaissanceTelephone: (414) 288-1669Not-So-Accidental Conviction ofTheaterworksmarquette.edu/haggerty Eleven Milwaukee Anarchists;255 S. Water St.,as well as the annual HERE2PLAY Milwaukee (Walkers Point)Lyndenand Montgomery Davis PlayMilwaukees women-founded, Development series and its Youngwomen-run professional companySculpture GardenPlaywright Festival. Performanceswith Theater By Women For2145 W. Brown Deer Rd., are held at the Broadway TheatreEveryone and a leader in genderMilwaukee Center in the Historic Third Ward. equity in the arts. Intimate,Grohmann Museum Offers an experience of art in Telephone: (414) 291-7800thought-provoking productionsnature through its collection of milwaukeechambertheatre.orgmore than 50 monumental outdoor awaken a recognition of what it isMuseums/Artsculptures on 40 acres of park, lake to be human with attention to Milwaukee womens roles. The currentand woodland plus special Repertory Theater seasons focus, Change YourCharles Allis exhibitions, educational Scenery features Witch: A Darkprogramming, self-guided and (Milwaukee Rep)Comedy; The Wolves andArt Museum docent-led tours. Free admission. Associated Bank Theater CenterLAppartement. 1801 N. Prospect Ave.,Hours: Daily (except Thur) 10-5. 108 E. Wells St., MilwaukeeTelephone: (414) 278-0765Milwaukee Telephone: (414) 446-8794One of the first regional theaters inr-t-w.comListed on the National Register oflyndensculpturegarden.org 26 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE'