b'THINGS TODO MOVE MKEWisconsin Philharmonic Milwaukee Resilient features Co$t of Livingpaper from 1580 to the present.234 W. Main St., #9, WaukeshaChamber Theatreand Tidy. Telephone: (414) 277-230075th Anniversary Season.158 N. Broadway, 5th Floor,Telephone: (414) 278-0765grohmannmuseum.orgOfferings include: Annual JanboreeMilwaukeer-t-w.com Concert and The Glory of Spring.One of Milwaukees largestHaggertyPerforms at the Sharon Lynnnonmusical theatre companiesTheatre GiganteMuseum of ArtWilson Center for the Arts andcomprised of primarily local artists.Milwaukee 1234 W. Tory Hill St., Milwaukeeother venues. Also offers theCurrent season continues withThe Theatre of Big Ideas,Located on the Marquette Shining Stars Competition,Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf,offering over 30 years of innovativeUniversity campus, the museum Chapman Memorial PianoHoops, The Mountaintop, and theperformance art dedicated tofeatures two floors and a Composition, Masterworksannual HERE2PLAYSeries event.presentations that integratepermanent, expansive collection Chamber Music Program, as wellPerformances are held at thetheater, dance, text and music.that includes but is not limited to as Maestro Classes and EducationBroadway Theatre Center inContinues to offer live-streamedEuropean and American Programs. Historic Third Ward. and Zoom-linked onlinecontemporary art, Old Master Telephone: (262) 547-1858 Telephone: (414) 291-7800performances, with a plan topaintings and photography. Hosts wisphil.orgmilwaukeechambertheatre.orgeventually reintroduce liveonline exhibitions, experiences and productions when possible.events. Community education Milwaukee Performances held at UWMs offerings. Open Daily 10-4:30; Kenilworth Five-0-Eight Theatre, Theater TroupesRepertory Theater 2155 N Prospect Ave. closed holidays. Free admission to specified groups; $5 suggested (Milwaukee Rep)Telephone: (414) 961-6119admission to others.Acacia Theatre Company Patty & Jay Baker Email: info@theatregigante.orgTelephone: (414) 288-16692224 W. Kilbourn Ave.,Theater Complextheatregigante.org marquette.edu/haggerty Milwaukee 108 E. Wells St., Milwaukee Independent, non-profit,The Reps current season includesUWM Peck Schoolinterdenominational troupe thatMuch Ado About Nothing, Dino!of the Arts - Theater integrates art and faith in aAn Evening with Dean Martin, The2400 E. Kenwood Blvd., Christian world view that providesHeart Sellers, August WilsonsMilwaukee an opportunity for Christians andSeven Guitars, The Greatest LovePresents large-scale dramatic and non-Christians alike to considerfor Whitney: A Whitney Houstonmusical productions in a 525-seat their lives in relation to God. TheTribute and God of Carnage.mainstage theatre and smaller, remaining 2022-2023 seasonProductions held in three venuescontemporary works at the black presents We Will Not Be Silent andwithin the complex: The Quadraccibox Kenilworth Five-0-Eight Holmes and Watson. Shows arePowerhouse, The Stiemke Studio,Theatre. The Spring 2023 offeringsLynden Sculpture Gardenperformed at The Norvelland the Stackner Cabaret. Ininclude: All Night Strut, Sweat and Commons at St. Christophersaddition, its annual performance ofThe Rivals, as well as the First-YearLyndenEpiscopal Church (7845 N. RiverDickenss A Christmas Carol isMusical Theatre Spring Showcase.Sculpture GardenRoad, River Hills).held at the historic Pabst Theater.Box Office Hours: Monday,2145 W. Brown Deer Rd., Telephone: (414) 744-5995 Ticket Office Hours: Monday,Wednesday & Friday 10- Milwaukee acaciatheatre.comNoon-6 pm; Tuesday-Sunday,6.Telephone: (414) 229-4308Offers an experience of art in Noon-ShowtimeEmail: psoatix@psoa.uwm.edunature through its collection of Telephone: (414) 224-9490 uwm.edu/arts/theatremore than 50 monumental outdoor milwaukeerep.comsculptures on 40 acres of park, lake Next Act Theatre Museums/Artand woodland plus special exhibitions, self-guided and docent-255 S. Water St., led tours. Free admission. Hours: Walkers Point - Milwaukee Charles Allis Daily 10-5; closed Thursdays. Engages hearts and minds withArt Museum Telephone: (414) 446-8794compelling, intimate and personal1801 N. Prospect Ave.,lyndensculpturegarden.org theatre intended to stimulateMilwaukeethought, foster the exchange ofListed on the National Register ofMilwaukeeideas, and promote newHistoric Places, the lavish 1911 First Stage perspectives and understanding.Art MuseumUpcoming shows include: There Ishome of Charles and Sarah Allis700 N. Art Museum Dr., a Happiness That Morning Is andcontains an art collection thatMilwaukee First Stage Gods Spies.includes 19th century French andPart of a 340,000-square-foot 325 W. Walnut St., MilwaukeeTelephone: (414) 278-0765 American paintings, classiccomplex that includes MAM, the First Stage has become one of thenextact.organtiquities, Renaissance bronzes,War Memorial Center, The Kahler nations most acclaimed childrensAsian ceramics and decorative arts.Building and the Quadracci theaters and is the second-largestTours, private events, specialPavilion, created by Spanish theater company in Milwaukee.Renaissanceexhibits. Hours: Wednesday- architect Santiago Calatrava. The The current season includes TheaterworksSunday: 10-5.museums holdings include more performances of Carmela Full of255 S. Water St., Telephone: (414) 278-8295 than 32,000 works spanning Wishes; The Hobbit; Little Women;Walkers Point - Milwaukeecavtmuseums.organtiquity to the present day, with The Spongebob Musical for YoungCelebrating 30 years asstrengths in 19th and 20th century Audiences; Bob Marleys ThreeMilwaukees women-founded,Grohmann MuseumAmerican and European art, Little Birds; The Gracious Sisters;women-run professional company1000 N. Broadway, Milwaukeecontemporary art, American and Amplify Series: Hiddenwith Theater By Women ForHome to the worlds mostdecorative arts, and folk and self-Heroes, Frankie: The Untold StoryEveryone. Intimate, thought- comprehensive art collectiontaught art. Offering virtual tours of a Gurl Frankenstein and Theprovoking productions awaken adedicated to the evolution ofand online art experiences and Forgotten Girl. recognition of what it is to behuman work, the museumeducational programs.Telephone: (414) 267-2929 human with attention to womensincludes more than 1,700Telephone: (414) 224-3200firststage.orgroles. The current season focus,paintings, sculptures and works onmam.org 26 YOUR RELOCATION RESOURCE'