Money raised is for local folks.
A Green Bay troupe is spirited.
But there is some action.
Jazz Weekend is re-named for Fred Sturm.
Pieces are laced with energy.
Even an elevator prompts smiles.
The show offers a rare experience.
It’s a distinctive drama.
A new adaptation is in the mix.
Maria leads the way.
It’s “Porgy and Bess” in concert.
This one has color displays, too.
Camp musical is fun w/The Masquers.
The hit-filled show also talks tough.
Kunkel’s process was “wildly inefficient.”
A family Thanksgiving goes awry.
The leading violinist and trumpeter take center stage.
His topic is a fabled New Yorker writer.
“Incorruptible” wrangles with the Dark Ages.
“Play It Again” is quite entertaining.
The musical is historical.
The dance troupe visits the PAC.
The Weidner concert is filled with finesse.
A community cast embraces the comedy.
It’s original all the way around.