PSA: Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s Rep Lab 2022!

From my email inbox…and I’ve ordered my tickets!!

After a Three-Year Break, Rep Lab is Back!

Get Two One-Act Plays for Just $10*,

June 24 – 26 in the Stiemke Studio

You’ve seen our Emerging Professional Residents (EPRs) in supporting roles all season long and now it’s time for them to step into the spotlight with two dynamic one-act plays: Hidden in This Picture by Aaron Sorkin (A Few Good Men, The West Wing) and The Last Nickel by Jane Shepard (Showtime’s Freak City).

Rep Lab is an opportunity for the actors, directors, stage managers and designers from our acclaimed EPR program to showcase the skills that they have learned throughout their time at Milwaukee Rep.

With only three performances in the Stiemke Studio, tickets are sure to go quickly.

Order your $10* General Admission tickets today and support the artists of tomorrow!

You can order TICKETS HERE!

Hidden in This Picture By Aaron Sorkin

It’s Robert’s first time directing a full-length film and he’s at the home stretch, about to capture the Oscar-winning closing shot. But first he has to contend with an ego-centric writer, his money-managing producer, a bumbling assistant, and a herd of wayward cows all threatening to bring his creative genius crashing down.

The Last Nickel By Jane Shepard

It’s another long night for Jamie, with an obnoxious sister and a trio of sardonic puppets to keep her awake. Tinged with fun and sisterly nostalgia, the merriment inevitably comes to focus on the cause of Jamie’s self-destruction, forcing her to reckon with the loss that has brought her to the edge.

SO! See you there!!

Milwaukee Rep’s Emerging Professional Residency is a training program that serves as a bridge into professional theater. It offers an opportunity to make connections with professionals from around the country and spend a season learning and working in one of America’s foremost regional theaters.

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