The Milwaukee Repertory Theater Announces the 2018-2019 Season

The Milwaukee Repertory Theater Announces the 2018-2019 Season

By Livia Peterson

The Milwaukee Repertory Theater recently announced its 2018-2019 – 65th Season during this evening.

The Milwaukee Rep is the largest performing arts organization in Wisconsin by attendance and one of the largest regional theaters in the United States. The 2018-2019 Season will consist of 15 shows, 700 performances, 75% creators are female or people of color, 60% roles are for people of color, and five World, American, or regional premieres. The Stackner Cabaret renovation will increase seating capacity by 35% and includes new seats, kitchen, bar, and exterior lobby bar.

Individual tickets will be on sale closer to the performance dates. To subscribe to the Milwaukee Rep's 65th Season, please click here.

I support the performing arts whenever I can, even though I admit the Milwaukee Rep is my favorite professional regional theater company. With that said, I am tentatively attending and reviewing In the Heights, Songs for Nobodies, Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley, A Christmas Carol, The Chinese Lady, and Things I Know To Be True. Still determining whether a season subscription or individual tickets will suit my budget and such.

Stiemke Studio Season

  • September 26 November 4, 2018: Rajiv's Joseph's Guards at the Taji
  • February 13 March 24, 2019: Lloyd Suh's The Chinese Lady

Quadracci Powerhouse Season

  • September 18 October 28, 2018: Lin-Manuel Miranda's In the Heights
  • November 13 December 16, 2018: Lauren Gunderson's Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley
  • January 15 February 17, 2019: Ayad Akhtar's Junk
  • March 5 – 31, 2019: Andrew Bovell's Things I Know To Be True
  • April 16 May 12, 2019: August Wilson's Two Trains Running

Stackner Cabaret Season

  • September 7 – November 4, 2018: Joanna Murray-Smith's Songs for Nobodies, directed by Laura Braza
  • November 9, 2018 January 13, 2019: Fran Charnas' The All Night Strut, directed by JC Clementz
  • January 18 – March 17, 2019: Mark Twain's River of Song, directed by Randal Meyer
  • March 22 – May 26, 2019: Richard Maltby's Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, directed by Dan Kazemi

Off Subscription Programming

  • July 19 – July 22, 2018: Kimberly Belflower's Lost Girl, in the Stiemke Studio
  • November 27 – December 24, 2018: Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, in the Pabst Theater
  • April 4 – 8, 2019: 9th Annual Rep Lab, in the Stiemke Studio
  • April 12 – 28, 2019: Duncan Macmillan and Jonny Donahoe's Every Brilliant Thing, in the Stiemke Studio

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

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Why I Am Looking Forward to the Milwaukee Rep's 2018-2019 Season

Why I Am Looking Forward to the Milwaukee Rep's 2018-2019 Season

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