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Coming to Shakespeare in the Park

Coming to the Show Tips – From Optimist Theatre

Performances for A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM ARE on July 9, 10, 11 and 12 and July 16, 17, 18, and 19, 2015.

Some General Timing Guidelines
6:00 p.m. – People will typically begin lining up for lower tier seating space. NOTE: If you’d like to avoid waiting in line, consider becoming a Summer Supporter. Reserved seating space is available for donation.

7:00 p.m. – The lower tier audience seating is opened and you may select your chairs or lawn space. Note: Upper tier seating areas are open for selection any time you like.

8:00 p.m. – Show time. Run time is around 2 hours plus one 15-minute intermission.

10:15 pm – Approximate show end time.

General timing note… You’re welcome to arrive any time you like to picnic and enjoy the lovely, grassy park.

Save 20% on Into the Woods

Into the Woods is opening this Friday and you can save! Buy your tickets here!

KWT on 88.9 Radio Milwaukee

88.9 Radio Milwaukee attended a community performance of Kohl’s Wild Theater’s “KWT Jamboree” and interviewed the company about its mission.

Click here to read about and listen to the full report.

Shakespeare in the Park

So excited to be a part of this summer’s production of Midsummer Night’s Dream with Optimist Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park.

Cudahy Carolers Say ‘Farewell’ … For Now

“The Cudahy Carolers have given Milwaukee theater-goers some fantastic memories over the years. Asked what they recall from shows past, Chris Flieller shared one of his favorite stories. “The second season we did the show, a group of ladies from the then-Cudahy Mayor’s office ordered a group of tickets. They had seen the show the year before and loved it. Though the Mayor himself was dead-set against going, believing the show was nothing more than a detriment to Cudahy and its citizens, they managed to drag him along. So there he sat in the front row, slouched down, arms folded across his chest. The show started. Within ten minutes, he was sitting straight, leaning forward with tears streaming down his face from laughing so hard.” That’s the kind of reaction that so many audiences have had over the years. But as Chris himself put so eloquently, “It’s time to hang up the choir robe and ride off into the sunset, under a Polish moon.”

Click here to see the full article by Footlights.