Oscar Wilde’s Salomé: Illustrating Death and Desire will feature artists’ interpretations of this controversial play throughout the ages. The play was banned from production in London in 1893 and was not performed until three years later in Paris. Despite this controversy, the play’s publication, which included illustrations by the symbolist artist Aubrey Beardsley (1894), received...

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Hilarious' is the only way to describe THE MALE INTELLECT: AN OXYMORON? You will laugh non-stop for ninety minutes as Robert Dubac ransacks his brain to answer the age old question, "What do women want?" All while drinking a beer. Dubac has crafted an hysterical one man multi-character show that tackles the babble of the sexes with precision and wit. With a shrug of his shoulders or a crook...

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A group of Milton artists known as the Five by Five—5x5, for short—is at it again!  They are having another art show in Milton, this time at the Milton Theatre on Friday March 6, 4-6 pm. In conjunction with the art, the theatre will present ICONS: "An Evening of Drag", starting at 8 pm. The 5x5 Art show’s opening reception is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be available....

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ELLIOTT ERWITT: DOG DOGS

Mar 7, 2015 - May 24, 2015

Elliott Erwitt barks at dogs. According to the renowned photographer, that is how he has caught some of his most memorable canine images. Elliott Erwitt: Dog Dogs features 65 of Erwitt’s best pictures of dogs. Photographed around the world between 1946 and 2004, this selection demonstrates the artist’s affectionate eye and love of surrealist juxtapositions. Funny, poignant, and...

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Robert Dubac's The Book of Moron

Mar 12, 2015 - Mar 15, 2015

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"Hilarious", "Intelligent", "Provocative", "Scorching" all describe Robert Dubac's new solo show THE BOOK OF MORON! Dubac buckles you up for a fast-paced joy ride over the pot-holed highways of cultural hypocrisy.  Riding shotgun with intelligence and absurdity he crashes head first into the barriers of sex, race, religion, politics and the media.  It's comedy on steroids.  Think your...

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From the moment of its publication in 1894, the English illustrated edition of Salomé by Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley has been controversial, with Beardsley bearing the brunt of the blame. Erotic details—openly portrayed—appeared to have nothing to do with Wilde’s words. For more than 100 years, critics have debated whether the compositions really illustrate the text. This lecture...

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Company

Mar 20, 2015 - Apr 5, 2015

This ground-breaking musical examines the pros and cons of marriage as seen through the eyes of Robert, a bachelor celebrating his 35th birthday, who is not encouraged to “take the plunge” as he watches his married friends fight, plan affairs, talk of divorce and take refuge in recreational substances. Did we mention it’s Sondheim?

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Hannibal Buress

Mar 26, 2015

Hannibal Buress is widely known for his edgy sense of humor and having an “irresistible” comedic presence that lands squarely between “cerebral and swagger” (New York Times). Buress, the 2012 winner of Comedy Central’s award for Best Club Comic, signed a deal with the network that debuted his second one hour special “Live in Chicago” in March 2014....

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One of the greatest printmakers and illustrators of our age, Barry Moser will discuss the process of developing images to illustrate Oscar Wilde’s play, Salomé. Moser will be showing images of himself at work with his assistants and models, as well as recounting his in-depth research for the project. He will consider the issue of the typographic design of drama itself. Moser has also...

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