Milwaukee's performing arts scene is slowly making a comeback after being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Milwaukee Ballet announced that it will open its doors to the public again starting Feb. 25 for the production of To the Pointe.
“Returning to the stage during this pandemic is like recovering from injury. Rehabilitation is slow and steady, you must commit to a goal and keep working diligently towards it. That’s what we’re doing here at Milwaukee Ballet,” said Artistic Director Michael Pink.
Following the city's new guidelines, the Ballet will begin to let approximately 50 people in per show.
To the Pointe will have live performances and will also be available for streaming online.
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