[Milwaukee Rep Theater] Larry Shue’s Play “The Foreigner” Is Relevant, Pretty Damn Funny

Before going to see a performance of “The Foreigner” at the Milwaukee Rep Theater, I was looking forward to a welcome distraction from recent events. The only thing I really knew about the play was that it involved a man getting caught in a sticky situation in which he was forced or compelled to pretend … More [Milwaukee Rep Theater] Larry Shue’s Play “The Foreigner” Is Relevant, Pretty Damn Funny

Bilingual Theatrics of Identity and Grief in “Tom à la Ferme” by Michel Marc Bouchard

Last year at the Milwaukee Festival of Films in French, I saw Tom à la ferme (Tom on the Farm), the new Xavier Dolan flick at the time. I enjoy the sharp visual appeal and colorful, intimate light of Dolan’s directorial style, and this was no exception. The previews made the movie look like something akin to Louis … More Bilingual Theatrics of Identity and Grief in “Tom à la Ferme” by Michel Marc Bouchard