November 2014

‘A Cudahy Caroler Christmas’ serves holiday cheer with a beer frame

Jim Higgins of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reviews A Cudahy Caroler’s Christmas!

“In its beer-friendly, duckpin-lovin’ way, “A Cudahy Caroler Christmas” brings a message of hope for the holidays:

You don’t have to live in a fancy ZIP code or speak with a posh accent, ya der hey, to dream big.”

Click here to read the full review!

Ladies lead the way in the hilarious “Cudahy Caroler” at In Tandem

This season’s A Cudahy Caroler Christmas is a hit with OnMilwaukee.com’s Dave Begel!

“They did it for the ninth time, and the final show belonged to the all the girls.

For the ninth and last time, In Tandem Theatre Company opened the perennial holiday favorite “A Cudahy Caroler Christmas” over Thanksgiving weekend.”

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The Carolers are Back!

Come join us for the South-side themed holiday fun of a A Cudahy Caroler Christmas!
November 28, 2014 – January 4, 2015

By Anthony Wood (based on an idea by Lee Becker)
Musical Arrangements by Jamie Johns
Additional Lyrics by Lee Becker and Dylan Bolin

Back again by popular demand with Chris Flieller making his final appearance as Stasch!

Following a bitter breakup five years earlier, Stasch must reunite the Cudahy Carolers to restore the spirit of the season in this hilarious holiday homage to beer, bowling, friendship and forgiveness! Join Stasch, Pee Wee, Edna, Trixie and the gang as they warble their way through such classics as “Ach ya’ Der Once”, “We T’ree Guys from Cudahy Are” and “O, Bowling Night”! (run time: approximately 2hr including one intermission.)

“No one in town does fractured Christmas carols, lowbrow local references and bawdy humor quite like the ‘Carolers’.” -JSOnline

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“Nathan Wesselowski & Friends” Cabaret

Come support Milwaukee’s Conservatory of Music on November 21st, 2014 for The Festival of Trees & Music featuring an evening with “Nathan Wesselowski & Friends”.

Listen to hits from The Great American Songbook, Broadway’s Golden Age, Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway, and Contemporary Broadway performed by Nathan Wesselowski, Samantha Sostarich, Adam Estes, and David Bonofiglio.


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