MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Repertory Theater will be reopening to the public starting Dec. 1.
Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol will headline the reopening, which will run until Dec. 24.
The reset is dependent on "conditions in the local area at the targeted start date support going forward," according to Milwaukee Rep.
The season continues in February with the following four productions: Ella Fitzgerald: The First Lady of Song with Alexis J Roston (Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill), McGuire with Tony Award-winning actor Anthony Crivello, the world premiere Antonio’s Song/I Was Dreaming of a Son by Pulitzer prize finalist Dael Orlandermsith and Antonio Suarez and Nina Simone: Four Women by Christina Ham.
The announcement comes after Milwaukee Rep successfully negotiated with several unions on how to safely reopen amid the pandemic. Those unions include the Actors’ Equity Association, the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees, United Scenic Artists and Stage Directors & Choreographers Society.
To learn more about Milwaukee Rep’s safety plan and protocols, the theater will host a Health & Safety Information Session via Zoom on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. Click here to RSVP.
And click here to purchase tickets and learn more about upcoming shows.