People call him the “theater wizard,” but special effects master Chris Guse thinks of himself first and foremost as a storyteller.
UWM students and local artists collaborated on the upcoming production of “Corktown,” which explores the issues surrounding gentrification of an old Detroit neighborhood. The play opens March 2 on the Mainstage Theatre.
In the 1950s musical “Damn Yankees,” only a deal with the devil can help the Washington Senators overcome the powerful Bronx Bombers.
A new play by an aboriginal Canadian playwright sheds light on Electa Quinney, the remarkable Stockbridge-Munsee woman who lived and taught school in Wisconsin in the early 19th century.
With help from UWM, Milwaukee-area veterans are using Shakespeare to work through their own challenges with depression, post-traumatic stress, addiction and reintegration into society.
Voice teacher Michelle Lopez-Rios empowers Latino immigrants, women and others to tell their own stories. For some students, the experience is life changing.
Theater education major Tina Binns and Peck School of the Arts professor Anne Basting collaborated on a new play, “Slightly Bigger Women.”
This award-winning drama by Christopher Hampton is an exploration of the aristocratic excesses of pre-revolutionary France.
Actors embrace atypical gig to help train child welfare caseworkers at UWM.
Layna Davis arrived from New York, discouraged and depressed about her dream of building a career in the theater. UWM changed all that.