A Far Cry cites Packers influence.
Stage Door Theatre Company offers professional fare.
It’s “The Real Housewives of the U.P.”
But there’s an el-cheap-o factor.
“Annie” and “Oleanna” runs are ending.
There’s always a need for optimism.
The professional company is staying the course.
The Weidner hosts a classic.
Weidner Center hosts a primo unit.
The Green Bay troupe puts on a solid production.
Popular songs lace the Green Bay troupe’s show.
The classical quintet is marking 50 years.
A cellist and “Bolero” are dynamic.
Individual local performers impress.
It’s a unique concept.
David Mamet’s drama is played incisively.
Birder and St. Norbert groups team in big event.
A reader wanted to know.
The difficult show is done well.
The iconic ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ visits.
It’s a comedy of thought.
It’s in its seventh visit to Appleton’s PAC.
At least six entities have popped up.
Many stories surround the play.
A teacher plays a famous teacher with flair.