The Waukesha Civic Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide quality live theatre performances and educational opportunities that will enrich, challenge and entertain both participants and audience members.
The Waukesha Civic Theatre proudly presents The Girl Singer: A Tribute to Rosemary Clooney in a special limited run for the weekend of November 15. Arranged by Ellen Winters, Sam Steffke, and Michael Shirtz, The Girl Singer weaves the music that made an American Sweetheart out of Rosemary Clooney with the story of her troubled life and triumphant return to Jazz in the 1970s.
Fireworks going off in the basement, candy cooling in the kitchen, xylophones playing in the living room, and snakes carousing by the front door? Welcome to the Sycamore household. Enjoy the ballet lessons!
New York City, circa 1985. Paula McFadden and her ten-year-old daughter Lucy are all set to leave for L.A. with Paula’s actor boyfriend when he abruptly decides to head the other direction to shoot a movie in Spain, leaving them in the lurch. Worse yet, he’s sublet the apartment they share to an actor friend from Chicago, Elliot Garfield. Though they can’t stand each other right off the bat, they agree to become reluctant roommates, with plenty of laughs, tears, and music along the way.
Attending the theatre with children? Then if you haven't done so please read Part One of this blog. The same rules apply and then some and here they are:
Because rude and clueless have grown to ridiculous proportions, WCT would like to educate or perhaps re-educate people on the subject of theatre etiquette.