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The Florentine Opera: Kurt Weill's Little Mahagonny
Explore the light and dark sides of temptation and seduction in the short Cabaret about regretting getting what you want, followed by swoon-worthy scenes and solos with rising stars.
Revel in the talented Baumgartner Studio Artists as they explore Weill’s 25-minute semi-staged cabaret cantata in German and English. Mahagonny is the Las Vegas of dreams, until you arrive and it doesn’t live up to the hype. Music includes the “Alabama song” as covered by the Doors and soView more
Revel in the talented Baumgartner Studio Artists as they explore Weill’s 25-minute semi-staged cabaret cantata in German and English. Mahagonny is the Las Vegas of dreams, until you arrive and it doesn’t live up to the hype. Music includes the “Alabama song” as covered by the Doors and so many others. The second-half showcase will show off the talents and repertoire that makes these fresh performers shine in some of our favorite scenes, exploring “the grass is always greener” theme. Join us as we return to the newly remodeled Uihlein Hall for a glorious performance with a small orchestra and cast.
* Rated PG13.
Run Time: One hour, 15 minutes.
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*The Florentine Opera is committed to the safety and health of our guests, cast and team members. As such, we will be following all City of Milwaukee Health Department guidelines, including mandatory face coverings, social distancing and capacity limits at our in-person performances. Please click here to learn more about what to expect at the theatre.
The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts is located at 929 North Water Street, between East State Street and East Kilbourn Avenue. The Marcus Center Parking Structure is located one block north of the Marcus Center, between East State Street, and East Highland Avenue. To access the parking structure, turn onto State Street from Water Street. The entrance is one block west of Water Street on the right.
Handicapped accessible stalls are available. For your convenience, there is a skywalk that crosses State Street from the parking structure to the Marcus Center. To access the skywalk from the parking structure, take the stairs or elevator in the southeast corner of the structure and go to the third floor (roof level).
Daily/Event Parking Rates
$5.00 from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday thru Friday
$10.00 after 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and all day on weekends
Overnight parking is not permitted
There is an elevator located in the southeast corner of the Marcus Center Parking Structure that can be taken to the 3rd floor where a skywalk connects the parking structure to
There is an elevator located in the southeast corner of the Marcus Center Parking Structure that can be taken to the 3rd floor where a skywalk connects the parking structure to the Marcus Center. All entrances to the building, 929 N. Water Street (used to enter Uihlein Hall), 123 E. State Street (used to enter The Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall and the corporate offices), 127 E. State Street (used to enter the stage door) and the Riverwalk entrance (used to enter the Todd Wehr Theater) are wheelchair accessible.
American Sign Language Interpretation
The Marcus Center Broadway Series typically offers sign language-interpreted performances for the 2:00 p.m. Saturday matinees. If the show runs for more than one week, the signed performance would generally be on the first Saturday. If you are unable to attend the scheduled sign language interpreted performance, alternative arrangements can be made, depending on availability of interpreters. In order for arrangements to be made with a sign language interpreter, please notify the Marcus Center at least two weeks in advance of your performance.
Assistive Listening Devices
Uihlein Hall: Uihlein Hall assisted listening is transmitted via infrared. We have 2 receiving options available for our patrons: a stethophone infrared receiver, or the neck induction loop receiver for patrons with hearing aids equipped with a “T” coil.
The neck induction loop, used in conjunction with the body pack infrared receiver allows the user to receive wireless, clarified sound using our infrared listening system inside the theater. The technology is designed to work in conjunction with a person’s hearing aids. Note: The hearing aid must be equipped with a “T” switch or have a telecoil setting to use the neck induction loop.
The listening devices are distributed from the Public Information Office located on the north side of the Orchestra Level with a picture I.D.
Todd Wehr Theater: Stethophone infrared receivers are available that have a port that can accept a loop device plugged into it for patrons with hearing aids equipped with a “T” coil. We request a picture I.D.
Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall : The Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall listening system is transmitted via an FM radio signal. FM receivers with lightweight headphones are available with a picture I.D.
Audio Description Services
Broadway Series: Audio Description service is typically provided at the 2:00 p.m. Saturday matinee performances of our Broadway shows. Audio Receivers are distributed from the Public Information Office located on the north side of the Orchestra Level with a picture I.D. Please contact the Box Office to confirm dates for this service at 414-273-7206.
Braille and Large Print Programs
Braille and Large Print Programs are distributed from the Public Information Office located on the north side of the Orchestra Level for all Broadway shows and for performances of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
The Marcus Center Parking Structure is located on the corner of State and Water Streets. The parking structure holds fifteen accessible parking spaces, three of which are van accessible, for vehicles bearing handicapped parking stickers or license plates. Please ask the garage personnel to direct you to these parking spaces. Click this link for directions/parking information.
The Marcus Center provides wheelchair service. The best practice is to make a reservation for wheelchair service by contacting our theater management staff at 414.273.7121 ext. 311.
It is helpful to know the date that you are attending, the performance or event that you are attending, your time of arrival, the entrance that you will be using and your seat location.
First Stage: To make a reservation for wheelchair service for a performance of First Stage in Todd Wehr Theater, contact the First Stage house manager by dialing 414.273.7121 ext. 323.View less
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