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WRITTEN by Dale WassermanMUSIC by Mitch Leigh | LYRICS by Joe DarionORIGINAL PRODUCTION STAGED by Albert MarreORIGINALLY PRODUCED by Albert W. Selden and Hal JamesDIRECTED by Mark Clements
AGE RECOMMENDATION: 14 and upAPPROXIMATE RUNNING TIME: 2 hours
» Video: Watch the Trailer » Review: "MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION...EXCEPTIONAL" – ShowBiz Chicago» Review: "SPOT ON... TERRIFIC" – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel » Review: “A TRIUMPH... MAGNIFICENT” – OnMilwaukee» Feature: Read the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Preview » Video: Watch Nate Stampley talk about the show on Morning Blend » Video: Listen to an excerpt from the show
Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Original Score, it’s the classic story of Don Quixote retold in one of the most beloved musicals of all time. Imprisoned by the Spanish Inquisition, Miguel de Cervantes enlists his fellow inmates to help his defense by telling a tale of a mad knight who believes the wrongs of the world can be corrected as he jousts at windmills with his trusty sidekick Sancho and his beloved Dulcinea. With beautiful songs like “The Impossible Dream” and “Dulcinea,” this timeless tale of love and adventure continues The Rep’s popular streak of bringing the best of Broadway to the intimate Powerhouse stage.
It’s an adventurous tale of a knight’s heroic battle. It’s a fairy tale with a tragic love story. It’s a tale of an old man gone mad and his family searching desperately for him. It’s all of those things and more. With incredible songs that you know and love, you won’t want to miss The Rep’s next big musical.
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Greg and Rhonda OberlandTHE PERFORMANCE OF NATHANIEL STAMPLEY IS SPONSORED BY Paul McElwee & Gayle Rosemann
* Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.± Milwaukee Repertory Theater Associate Artists
SPOT ON… INSPIRED PRODUCTION… TERRIFIC
A TRIUMPH… SPECTACULAR... MAGNIFICENT
FIRST RATE PRODUCTION…SUPERB
POWERFUL…BRILLIANT…STUNNING…STELLAR…[A] MUST SEE
TWO UNINTERRUPTED HOURS OF GLORIOUS, CAPTIVATING AND INSPIRING ARTISTRY
ONE PRODUCTION THAT IS NOT TO BE MISSED
A pre-show conversation with a member of the Man of La Mancha cast. Rep-in-Depth occurs 45 minutes before curtain for every performance.
Wednesday, September 7, 8:30am-9:30amMembers of the cast will perform and talk with the ladies of Morning Blend.
Members of the Man of La Mancha cast will sing the National Anthem at the Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs game on Wed. Sept. 7. If you are in attendance snap a photo of them singing and post on our Instagram account.
Join us for The Rep’s Professionals Night! Enjoy a reception with refreshments and music before your performance. Pre-show reception is free with the purchase of your tickets.
Following the 2pm performance (approx. 3:30pm) – As a part of Banned Books Week, join Milwaukee Rep in a celebration of formerly banned books. After watching Man of La Mancha, the musical adaptation of the first ever novel to escape the iron fist of Spanish censors in the 17th century, join us for an open book slam on stage. Learn More and RSVP to email@example.com.
Wednesday, September 28, 6amWake up early and watch members of our cast and creative team live from the Quadracci Powerhouse.
Wednesday, September 28, 2pmMembers of the cast will discuss the iconic Don Quixote and why we keep performing his story all these years later.
Join us for Out-n-About LGBT Nights at Milwaukee Rep! For just $25, you receive a ticket to the performance and a preshow reception featuring appetizers and beer before the show. Use code PRIDE when ordering.
Immediately following select performances of Man of La Mancha join members of the cast and artistic team to discuss the production.
Saturday, October 1 at 2-3pm in Rehearsal Hall 3Learn to sing “The Impossible Dream” from the musical Man of La Mancha along with members from the Rep’s cast in this free open workshop. All ages welcome, no singing experience necessary! RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. In collaboration with Women’s Voices Milwaukee. Anyone under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
“Come, enter into my imagination”: Building community through storytelling Join us post-play as we discuss how storytelling can help to build communities, promote healing, and restore our humanity and empathy when we need it most. Learn More
Imprisoning Ideas: Censorship Today. How does censorship shape our society? Is there a limit to what should be made publically available? Community leaders and artists who have dealt with various forms of censorship discuss the status of free speech in Milwaukee in a post-play discussion. Learn More
Saturday, Oct 15 from 2 to 3pm in Rehearsal Hall 3Join local flamenco dance troupe Siempre Flamenco and Man of La Mancha choreographer James Zager for a free Flamenco dance workshop! No dance experience necessary! Learn More
How different models of prison may be the remedy for Milwaukee’s cycle of imprisonment In Man of La Mancha, Miguel de Cervantes is thrown into prison carrying with him… a trunk of props? This is not the picture of a modern prison, where strict regulations would not allow for an entire play to occur within its walls. But prisons did not always operate like they do now... Learn More
“The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha”: Realizing the story of Don QuixoteHeralded as one of the most significant works of literature in history, Don Quixote has been told and re-told in a variety of artistic forms – ballet, opera, theatre, and fine art. In a discussion with local artists and scholars, we talk about the legacy and allure of Don Quixote. Learn More
MAN OF LA MANCHA THE TONY AWARD-WINNING MUSICAL BEGINS PERFORMANCES AT MILWAUKEE REPERTORY THEATER SEPTEMBER 20 BROADWAY STAR AND HOMETOWN FAVORITE NATHANIEL STAMPLEY STARS AS DON QUIXOTE
MILWAUKEE REPERTORY THEATER HOLDS SPECIAL ONE DAY SALE FOR THE TONY AWARD WINNING MUSICAL MAN OF LA MANCHA ON MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2016
ONMILWAUKEE: "MAN OF LA MANCHA" MAGIC CREATED BY CORPS OF ARTISTS BEHIND THE SCENES
TMJ4 MORNING BLEND: WITH NATHANIEL STAMPLEYMILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL: PREVIEWS MAN OF LA MANCHA
CBS 58 SUNDAY MORNING: SPOTLIGHT FEATURE ON MARK CLEMENTS AND MILWAUKEE REPERTORY THEATER
WUWM LAKE EFFECT: INTERVIEW WITH MARK CLEMENTS AND JAMES ZAGER FOR "MAN OF LA MANCHA" (5 min. mark)
FOX6 NEWS: ONE OF THE MOST WELL-KNOWN STORIES IN LITERARY HISTORY IS COMING TO LIFE IN MILWAUKEE
MPTV BLACK NOUVEAU: INTERVIEW WITH NATHANIEL STAMPLEY AND MARK CLEMENTS ON MAN OF LA MANCHA AND THE DIVERSE PROGRAMMING AT THE REP
TMJ4 LIVE AT 5: MILWAUKEE NATIVE STARS IN PRODUCTION OF 'MAN OF LA MANCHA'