In the end, Hysterical Productions touches hearts in the famed musical.
Kurt Weill’s compelling opera is getting a full-blown treatment.
The area’s performance schedule shows vast variety.
Saturday’s concert features Samantha George as violinist and conductor.
The five plays range from a premiere to an Agatha Christie evergreen.
The musical turns on Phil Collins songs in the famed fable of an ape man.
The church-community production captures the spirit of the famed musical.
Composer James Valcq talks about the musical’s world-wide saga.
Performances in the musical touch the heart, too
The UW-Green Bay play is part of an elaborate flurry of events.
The hit musical is in its last lap of its third run in Appleton.
People collect all kinds of things: Packers memorabilia, beer cans, license plates, you name it.
The Green Bay collector’s items all come with a story and history.
The unique musical was the company’s second-ever production in 2012.
Seong-Kyung Graham found a niche after she left her homeland Korea.
The troupe has brought shows to area schoolchildren for generations.
The troupe has fun with its story set at a drive-in in Dyckesville.
St. Norbert College Knight Theatre romps in the Mel Brooks musical.
The folk music hero was in flinty form in Green Bay.
The evening includes a moving tribute, flute flourishes and a powerhouse symphony.
They’ve added to the performance experience big time.
Four plays are among the announced attractions.
Three shows are scheduled at Menasha.
Anybody can pitch in with a suggestion by Feb. 14.
It’s challenging coming up with new phrases to fill in the blank.