Key Milwaukee

October 2018

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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12 g HAPPENINGS u Oct. 26-27 Ghost walk Five tours each night. Ghost stories and sightings in the historic Union Cemetery. Port Washington u Oct. 27, 8am-12:30 pm Harvest at the Market Port Washington u Oct. 27, 1-3pm Jelly Belly Munchkin Masquerade For little ghouls and goblins: Halloween fun- tours, face painting, balloon art, raffles and prizes. First 500 kids receive a Halloween treat. 10100 Jelly Belly Lane, Pleasant Prairie, WI u Oct. 27-28 Jawbreaker Festival Horrifyingly unique festival with world class production, and talent. 18+ only Wisconsin Center THEATER u Through Oct. 7 Skylight Music Theatre: Pippin The search to live an extraordinary life, while learning that true happiness is more complicated than he thought. Cabot Theatre, Broadway Theatre Center u Through Oct. 14 Milwaukee Chamber Theatre: Chapatti A poignant, gentle Irish tale about rediscovering the importance of human connection. Studio Theatre, Broadway Theatre Center u Through Oct. 21 Next Act Theatre: Outside Mullingar Two introverted misfits straddling 40. Anthony is an introverted farmer and Rosemary, next door, is the woman who secretly vows to have him at all costs. Next Act Theatre u Through Oct. 21 The Eagle in Me: An Evening of Carl Sandburg Journey through America with one of its finest storytellers, Carl Sandburg. InTandem Theatre u Through Oct. 28 In The Heights From Hamilton's creator, a salsa, merengue, soul, hip-hop and R & B infused story of a neighborhood on the brink of change, full of hopes and pressures. Quadracci Powerhouse, Milwaukee Repertory Theater Complex u Through Nov. 4 First Stage The Very Hungry Caterpillar Four timeless stories and 75 magical puppets bring Eric Carle's iconic creatures to life. First Stage Main Stage u Through Nov. 4 Guards at The Taj Explores the friendship of two imperial guards that protect the Taj Mahal and examines the true meaning of beauty and the cost of transcendence in a world that confuses the value of both. Stiemke Studio, Milwaukee Repertory Theater Complex u Through Nov. 4 Songs for Nobodies Share in the life- changing encounters between legendary divas and the everyday women whose lives they touched. Songs for Nobodies shows the magical power of song. Stackner Cabaret, Milwaukee Repertory Theater Complex u Oct. 4-7 Disability: The Evolution This show explores the history of the human experience of disability. Waukesha Civic Theatre u Oct. 12-Nov. 11 First Stage Nate the Great Nate's friend Annie has just painted a picture, and she can't find it anywhere. Armed with an appetite for justice and for pancakes, Nate vows to solve this baffling elementary school mystery. Todd Wehr Theater, Marcus Center u Oct. 12 & 14 Florentine Opera: Prince of Players The story of Edward Kynaston, the last great male actor to play female characters on stage. Accompanied by the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Marcus Center u Oct. 19-Nov. 11 Renaissance Theaterworks: Native Gardens New, friendly neighbors spiral into a full-out horticultural feud over a delicate disagreement about a long-standing u Oct. 16-21 Something Rotten A local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time. Nick and Nigel set out to write the world's very first musical. Marcus Center

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