The One With The Broken Wrist

My 2020 started off with a bang...literally. On January 11, I slipped and fell on black ice, broke my wrist and managed a minor fracture and sprain of my elbow as well.  I wish the story were more glamourous than that, but sadly it's not. So, I've had to take a minor hiatus from the... Continue Reading →

A Little Bit of Nunsense

As a lifelong Catholic, nuns hold a special place in my heart.  Nuns who sing and dance, even better.  Having seen Sister Act at Sunset Playhouse a couple of years ago, I can confidently say that theatrical productions involving said singing and dancing nuns are a guilty pleasure. Nunsense at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater is... Continue Reading →

Dad’s Season Tickets

Back in October, Tyler and I had the privilege to check out Dad's Season Tickets, written by our very own friend, Matt Zembrowski, at Northern Sky Theater in Fish Creek, Wisconsin. Matt has been a dear friend of mine since my days at Cardinal Stritch University where we met through the liturgical music ministry.  Matt... Continue Reading →

2 Pianos, 4 Hands

For anyone who grew up where at some point in their life they have been exposed to musical education, you'll definitely relate to "2 Pianos 4 Hands" now playing at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.  The Rep is back in full force and kicked off their 2019/2020 Season with this musical comedy which is showing in... Continue Reading →

Every Brilliant Thing

Before becoming a member of the Milwaukee Repertory Theater's social media club, I had never seen a one actor play before.  As much as I have always liked theater and the arts, I was always skeptical of going to a play with only one performer.  I guess I had a narrow-minded perception that it would... Continue Reading →

When We Met The Chinese Lady

Recently my friend Laura and I went to the Milwaukee Rep to check out The Chinese Lady.  This show depicts the story of the first female Chinese immigrant from Beijing to America in 1834.  I wasn’t sure what I would think about this production going into it but from the moment it began I was... Continue Reading →

Junk But Definitely Not Junky

For those of you who know me well, you know that finance and accounting were definitely my least favorite courses in college (right there with science...chemistry lab was the absolute worst EVER).  The only way I was not late for my 7:50 AM accounting class was because the teacher would take 10 points off our... Continue Reading →

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