March 6 - June 7, 2015
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Opera on Tap: Musical Theatre and Operetta
Tuesday, April 28
7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
$10 Suggested Donation
Sponsored in part by Sprecher Brewing
This month, Opera on Tap celebrates musical theatre and operetta! This concert features selections from: Die Zaüberflöte, Iolanthe, The Sound of Music, Carousel, Beauty and the Beast, Ragtime, Man of La Mancha, My Fair Lady, Die Fledermaus, Les Miserables, and so much more!
Singers: Julianne Frey, Henry Parker Hammond, Stephen Hobe, Adam Hurrle, Erin Moll, Scott Pullen, Kirstin Margit Roble, and Maureen Smith.
Pianist: Treshani Perrera
Elsie de Wolfe's Paris: An Illustrated Talk and Book Signing
Thursday, April 30
5:00 p.m. Author Reception
6:00 p.m. Talk and Book Signing
Join one-time Shorewood resident Charlie Scheips for a richly-illustrated presentation about his new book, Elsie de Wolfe’s Paris: Frivolity Before the Storm. He will discuss the creation of the book, which focuses on the glamorous late 1930s Paris through the lens of famed American born interior decorator Elsie de Wolfe’s swank social swirl, as the dark clouds of war spread over Europe. This talk will also feature recent photographs of de Wolfe’s beloved Villa Trianon in Versailles that has languished since de Wolfe’s death in 1950. Incredibly, Scheips’s well-received book (published in late 2014) has now inspired a complete renovation of the property to its former glory. Books will be available for purchase. Co-hosted by Boswell Book Company.
Sunday, May 3
11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Enjoy free admission to the Charles Allis Art Museum, Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, Jewish Museum Milwaukee, Museum of Wisconsin Art at Saint John's On The Lake, and two for one admission to the North Point Lighthouse. Childrens activites, performances at each location from UWM's Creative Trust, and raffles at each location. Spring is here, come explore with us!
Grand Avenue Mansions
At Talk by John Eastburg
Thursday, May 14
$20 / Advanced Tickets Recommended (See Below)
A look at the magnificent mansions of Grand Avenue and the stories they tell. Rare historical photographs presented by Pabst Mansion Senior Historian, John Eastberg, with lively discussion that is sure to follow. In conjunction with Private Spaces, Public Authority on view through June 7, 2015, featuring architectural ornament from the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee's collection. Lecture tickets are $20. Seating limited. Advanced tickets at Pabst Mansion Website here. Street parking available.
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