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Quadracci Powerhouse
January 14 - February 9, 2020
From “The King” to an all-out Queen!
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Stackner Cabaret
January 17 - March 22, 2020
A Celebration of the Blues
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Stiemke Studio
January 28 - March 8, 2020
A Trailblazing Rock-Musical
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Quadracci Powerhouse
March 3 - March 29, 2020
A Chilling Portrait of War and Sisterhood
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Your Group Needs A Night Out!
Whether you’re a company rewarding hard work, or a bunch of friends that want to get out of the house, you can’t beat a great night of theater at The Rep!

Why Bring a Group?
» Groups get the best rates available, starting at 20% off adult tickets!
» Groups have payment options—only 20% is due when you book and the full amount isn’t due until one month before your visit!
» The Rep is located in Downtown Milwaukee, surrounded by great dinner and drink options and offers convenient underground parking.

Who Can Be a Group?
A group is 10 or more…
» Coworkers
» Family members
» Friends
» Social Club Members

Group Packages
If your group is planning on attending three or more shows at The Rep during the same season, a group package offers great value! By purchasing tickets for multiple shows at once, your group will save BIG! For your early commitment to three or more shows, you’ll receive a special rate that is lower than you’d be able to get purchasing each show separately! Additionally, if your group numbers grow, you can add additional tickets to you packages at the regular group rate! If you would like to learn more about the group packages available, please contact our Group Sales Manager. Please note: While the number of tickets in a package will stay the same from show to show, the location of your seats may change.

School Groups
We offer student matinees for many of our productions, as well as great prices for students to attend any public performance. As an educator, you and your students have the opportunity to partake in:
» Literary content to utilize as teaching resources
» Backstage tours for a look behind-the-scenes or special workshops (additional fee)
» Immersion days for select productions, where your students get a full day’s experience at The Rep

Click here for more information on the Rep’s education programming, including Student Matinees and Student Immersion days.



Ordering Process
To book your tickets, select the production and performance you’d like to attend. Please know the closest estimate of the number of seats that will be needed, as well as any mobility needs your group may have.

Call or e-mail the Group Sales Manager to book your tickets at the contact information below. We’ll check on the availability and book your tickets. Please note: We make every effort to keep your group seated as close together as possible when seating, however sometimes performances are already very full. We will never assign single seats without your permission. Once the order is made, a contract/invoice will be sent to your email confirming the order. This contract must be signed and sent back to the group sales coordinator within five business days of reservation, no questions asked. If contract is not received within specified time, your seats will be released for public sale.

Once final payment has been received, your tickets will be mailed out to a specified address or, if time does not permit, held at will call for your full group pickup.

Payment Process
A 20% down payment is required upon reservation. If this is not received, your seats will be released for public sale. Down payments are non-refundable.

Final payment is due one month prior to the date of your chosen performance. If you are booking a performance less than one month away, the full balance is due in order to book, no exceptions. Orders will be cancelled if your balance is not paid in full by your due date.

Payment may be made via check or credit card. We cannot accept multiple forms of payment from individual members of the group. Once payment has been made it will be a final sale; no refunds, exchanges or cancellations will be permitted.




When is our payment due? Do I need a deposit?
A 20% down payment is due at the time of booking and is not refundable. Payment in full is due one month prior to your scheduled visit. The due date is printed on your Group Sales invoice/contract. Please call The Rep’s Group Sales Manager if you are unsure of your due date. Any orders unpaid past their due date will be subject to cancellation. Down payments are non-refundable.

My group really wants to place a reservation, but we cannot afford to make a 20% down payment upfront. Do we have any options?
All group reservations require a 20% down payment, no exceptions. If your group is unable to make a 20% down payment, a purchase order will suffice. Please contact The Rep’s Group Sales Coordinator if you have any questions about the down payment requirement.

I’m a teacher looking to reserve for a school group, but I won’t know my class/student numbers until later. Can I make a reservation now?
Yes, you may place your order now. We recommend reserving the minimum number you think you will need, and then adding tickets later when you know your final student numbers. Please click here for more information on school groups at The Rep. 

What is your cancellation policy?
All payments on an order are considered a final sale; no refunds, exchange or cancellations are permitted for group orders.

My group didn’t use all of the tickets we purchased; can my group get a refund?
All sales are final and The Rep does not offer any refunds for group tickets for any reason. Tickets may be donated back to The Rep for resale as a tax-deductible donation, but this must be done 24 hours prior to your scheduled performance. Please contact The Rep’s Group Sales Manager if you wish to do this.

What if there is a snowstorm and we can't make the trip?
The Rep does not cancel due to bad weather. If you have concerns, please contact the Group Sales Manager in the event of a snowstorm or other event/emergency that prevents all or part of your group from attending the performance. We will make every effort to find a sufficient solution, but we cannot guarantee an exchange to a new date and there are no refunds.

What if our numbers drop from our initial reservation?
We ask that you give us your best estimate for people actually attending when you initially reserve your group tickets. However, you do have until your final payment due date to lower your ticket count. In the event that you need to lower your ticket count, please contact the Group Sales Manager as soon as you know and an updated invoice/contract will be sent to you.

My group’s number has dropped to less than 10 individuals, what happens now?
In order to be considered a group, your ticket number MUST stay at 10 or more. If your group number drops below 10, your group order will be canceled and you will be responsible for paying the full price for your tickets, including all Single Ticket fees.

What if our numbers grow from our initial reservation?
This is good news! As long as there are tickets available, we will happily add tickets to your order at the same rate as the rest of the group. While we cannot guarantee these tickets will be seated with your initial group, we will try our best to accommodate by seating as close to the rest of the group or in comparable seating. It is best to add any additional tickets to your order as soon as you know you need them.

How do we get to The Rep?
Click here driving directions to The Rep.

How much does it cost to park at The Rep?
Underground parking is available below The Rep/Intercontinental Hotel for personal vehicles. We do not offer any parking for large vans or busses, and they are not permitted in the underground parking structure. Patrons attending The Rep can either purchase vouchers in advance by phone or in person on the evening of your performance for Milwaukee Center Parking. These can be purchased at the Ticket Office, the Concierge Desk in the Quadracci Powerhouse or the Stiemke Studio, and at the Gift Shop in the Quadracci Powerhouse lobby. These pre-paid vouchers cost $8 and are good for up to 6 hours of parking.

Other nearby parking options:
» Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, 123 E. State Street – This parking structure is located on the NW corner of Water and State Streets. Enter from State Street.
» Milwaukee City Garages, 1000 N. Water – The Rumpus Room is located in this building on the corner of Highland and Market Streets. Enter from Market Street.
» 724 N. 2nd Street – This parking structure is located between Plankinton Avenue and 2nd Street, a 1/2 block south of Wells Street. Enter from Plankinton Ave or 2nd Street.
» Street parking is available in the area.

Where can we park our bus?
The Rep does not offer any parking for busses. Free bus parking is available remote from our location. However, there are various surface lots and metered parking available near The Rep. Make sure you feed meters/pay surface lot fees if you choose to park in those locations.

What are our options for eating?
There are plenty of options around Milwaukee Rep for lunch or dinner, ranging from sandwiches to steaks—just ask us for our recommendations. If you’d like to bring something to eat here, The Patty and Jay Baker Theater Complex offers common area seating to eat at if you wish. The Rep’s own Stackner Cabaret is a great option for dinner or drinks. We can make your reservation ahead of time, and there are Prix Fixe dinner options as well. The Stackner Cabaret is not open for lunch.

Is there a dress code for The Rep?
At The Rep, you'll see all sorts of dress—from elegant cocktail attire to business casual to jeans. The rule of thumb is, wear what makes you feel most comfortable.

Is there an age minimum to attend a performance?
At The Rep we generally follow the school-age and up rule. Many of our shows have adult themes that may be inappropriate for young children. In general we do not permit those under 7 in our performances. The Rep’s production of A Christmas Carol is recommended for age 6 and up. Everybody attending a performance must purchase a seat. Babes in arms are not permitted in the theaters. For further information regarding age-appropriateness of any of our shows, contact the Group Sales Manager at 414-290-5340 or view the play pages on the website.

Some of my group members have ADA needs, can the Rep accommodate
The Rep offers a full range of accessibility accommodations, including assistive listening devices, wheelchair accessible seating, captioned theater, and more. Please click here for more information on The Rep’s accessibility offerings. Please let The Rep’s Group Sales Manager know as soon as possible if your group has any ADA needs. We are able to best accommodate your group with advance notice; week-of or day-of requests are often difficult to fulfill for groups.

Our organization wants to do a fundraiser. Can we work with The Rep?
We would love to assist your organization! Give us a call for more details and to discuss options.

My organization wants to have an event in conjunction with our chosen performance; is this possible?
The Rep does offer limited space for groups to host gatherings prior to performances. This is subject to availability. If you are interested in exploring this option, please give The Rep’s Group Sales Manager a call at 414-290-5340.



2019/20 SEASON

The 2019/20 Season

A Comedic Classical Music Duel
2 Pianos 4 Hands
By Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt
Directed by Laura Braza
September 6 - November 3, 2019
Stackner Cabaret

For anyone who ever dreamed big—and then didn’t quite make it—comes the riotous story of two childhood friends who spent years chasing the same goal: concert pianist stardom. Two actors, two pianos, and dozens of characters grace the stage in this hilarious portrayal of pushy parents, eccentric teachers, and the triumphs and tortures of being extraordinarily good musicians. Featuring the music of Bach, Beethoven, Billy Joel, Jerry Lee Lewis and more, this wildly popular show not only hits all the right notes, it tickles the ivories and your funny bone too.

“Fresh and deliciously entertaining”The Toronto Star

The Iconic American Musical
Presented by the Plunkett Family Foundation
West Side Story
Based on a conception of Jerome Robbins
Book by Arthur Laurents, Music by Leonard Bernstein and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Mark Clements
September 17 -October 27, 2019
Quadracci Powerhouse

Corporate Sponsor: BMO Harris Bank

One musical changed theater forever and it will be making its triumphant Rep debut in a rare professional production. Two rival gangs struggle for control of their New York City neighborhood. When Tony falls for Maria, the star-crossed lovers find themselves wrenched between their worlds. This passionate adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is filled with some of the most unforgettable songs including “Maria," "Tonight," “I Feel Pretty,” and "America" telling the greatest love story ever told in this larger-than-life musical. Add dances that smolder and sizzle with energy and you have an experience you’ll never forget!

“Breathtaking and brimming with passion.”Chicago Tribune

An Intimate Drama of Who Tells the Story of America
The Niceties
By Eleanor Burgess
Directed by Annika Boras
September 25 -November 3, 2019
Stiemke Studio

In this riveting two-person drama, an ambitious young black student and her esteemed white professor meet to discuss their differing views on the college junior’s paper about slavery and the American Revolution. A polite clash of ideas soon landslides into an explosive discussion of race, history, and power. Riddled with smart dialogue, this dramatic confrontation forces us to empathize with two vibrant and complicated women. It’s an entertaining and thought-provocative nail-biter that that will have everyone talking.

“Bristling and Provocative”The New York Times

A Musical That Has Made Millions Laugh
A Musical Comedy
Book, Music and Lyrics by Dan Goggin

November 8, 2019 - January 12, 2020
Stackner Cabaret

The Little Sisters of Hoboken are in dire need of emergency funds after a culinary disaster nearly wipes out the convent. The nuns pull out all the stops in a fundraising variety show featuring tap dancing, habit humor, an audience quiz and a special appearance by convent cook, Sister Julia, Child of God. The clever story has an unabashed desire to make you laugh. With songs and comic interludes paced at break-neck speed, it’s a must see musical adventure!

“A hail of fun and frolic! Wacky and outrageous with a hysterical anything goes sense of fun!”The New York Times

A Milwaukee Rep Classic Returns
The Nerd
By Larry Shue
Directed by JC Clementz

November 12 - December 15, 2019
Quadracci Powerhouse

From the much-loved playwright of The Foreigner comes a new production of one of the funniest plays ever written. When Willum has an unexpected party guest, who turns into an unwanted houseguest, he executes an elaborate plan to rid himself of the wacky nuisance. Aided by a rag-tag team that includes friends, a would-be lover and an oblivious boss, creative acts of desperation quickly dissolve into utter mayhem. The twists and turns of this madcap comedy lead to an ending that leaves you feeling happily hoodwinked!

"…the audience almost never stops laughing—handkerchiefs wiping away tears."Variety

From “The King” to an all-out Queen!
The Legend of Georgia McBride
By Matthew Lopez

January 14 - February 9, 2020
Quadracci Powerhouse

Corporate Sponsor: Associated Bank

Casey is a broke Elvis impersonator with a baby on the way. When the owner of the run down bar where he works brings in a drag show to attract more customers, Casey is out of a job. Or is he? Filled with music, humor, and plenty of sequins, this joyful, acclaimed new play is a reminder that the path to prosperity and fulfillment may sometimes take an unexpected turn. Don’t miss this hilarious and heartwarming show taking the nation by storm.

“Stitch-in-your-side funny…full of sass and good spirits.”The New York Times

A Celebration of the Blues
Chasin’ Dem Blues: Untold Story of Paramount Records
Written and Directed by Kevin Ramsey
January 17 - March 22, 2020
Stackner Cabaret

This revival of a Rep premiere (previously titled Grafton City Blues) explores the inspiring story of Grafton, Wisconsin’s, Paramount Records. A recording label that, at the height of the jazz and blues age, became for a brief, bright few years, the leading label for recording artists of color in the Midwest—and broke down small-town racial barriers along the way. Artists such as Louis Armstrong, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Alberta Hunter and Ma Rainey all recorded there. This exuberant musical celebration of some of the greatest jazz and blues music features four sensational quadruple threat performers guiding the journey through story and song.

“Vibrant…the true story of a once-forgotten blues record label.”Shepherd Express

A Trailblazing Rock-Musical
Presented by Mara and Craig Swan
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Text by John Cameron Mitchell, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Trask
Directed by Mark Clements
January 28 - March 8, 2020
Stiemke Studio

Winner of four Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival, this genre-bending musical sensation played to record-breaking sell-out crowds on Broadway telling the story of one of the most unique characters to ever hit the stage. To walk away, you’ve got to leave something behind – and so Hansel Schmidt does, transforming into Hedwig. With her new identity, Hedwig escapes the iron curtain to begin life with her freshly-minted American husband. Everything seems perfect until her husband leaves. With nothing left, she returns to her first love — music. Don’t miss “the best rock musical ever” (Rolling Stone)!

"The most exciting rock score written for the theater, since, oh, ever!"Time Magazine

Warning: Show contains explicit content

A Chilling Portrait of War and Sisterhood
By Danai Gurira
Directed by May Adrales
March 3 - March 29, 2020
Quadracci Powerhouse

Written by actress-playwright Danai Gurira (Black Panther, The Walking Dead) comes a stunning tale of hope and resilience set in the midst of the Liberian Civil War. Five extraordinary women, who have formed an unlikely sisterhood, struggle to negotiate power, protection and peace as they try to survive. Drawing on the reserves of wit and compassion, these defiant women ask: when the fog of battle lifts, could a different destiny emerge? Nominated for six Tony awards, including Best Play, Eclipsed has been called "rare and powerful" by The New York Times and "a must-see production" by New York Magazine.

“Riveting… A gut-wrenching saga told with poignancy and wit.”Variety

A John (Jack) D. Lewis New Play Development Program Production
Hootenanny: The Musicale
By David M. Lutken
Directed by Sherry Lutken
March 27 - May 24, 2020
Stackner Cabaret

Building on the success of his post-show, interactive hootenannies following Woody Sez and Back Home Again: On The Road With John Denver, actor-musician sensation David Lutken has created a one-of-a-kind show focusing on the rich tradition of communal music-sharing. Act One features David and his Seat of the Pants Band sharing stories and well-loved folk songs from around the world such as “East Virginia Blues,” “Farewell, Nova Scotia,” and “Eight More Miles.” During Act Two, audience members can join in on their own instruments, sing along, or just sit back and enjoy the music in this ground-breaking Rep World Premiere.

Telenovela of Passion and Deception with Lively Music and Dance
Destiny of Desire
By Karen Zacarías
Directed by José Luis Valenzuela

April 21 - May 17, 2020
Quadracci Powerhouse

On a stormy night in Mexico, two baby girls are born — one into a life of privilege and the other into poverty. When the newborns are swapped by a former beauty queen with an insatiable lust for power, the stage is set for outrageous misfortunes to grow into one remarkable destiny. With nods to Shakespeare and Brecht, this fast-paced comedy inspired by popular telenovelas is filled with forbidden love, revenge, glorious music and burning passion, making it the perfect guilty pleasure to end The Rep’s 2019/20 Season.

"Simply fabulous and riotously funny...highly entertaining"Chicago Tribune

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Wells Fargo presents
Milwaukee’s Favorite Holiday Tradition

A Christmas Carol
By Charles Dickens | Adapted by Mark Clements 

November 26 – December 24, 2019 
Pabst Theater

The Rep’s hit new adaptation is a tale of love, hope and redemption with just the right blend of beautiful music, lively dancing, stunning sets and eye-popping special effects. It’s a dazzling Christmas feast with enough theatrical goodies to fill any sized stocking hung by the chimney with care. Join Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and Scrooge in this holiday classic the whole family will love.

A John (Jack) D. Lewis New Play Development Program Production
Antonio’s Song / I Was Dreaming of a Son
By Dael Orlandersmith and Antonio Edwards Suarez | Directed by Mark Clements
March 24 - April 12, 2020
Stiemke Studio

Antonio’s Song charts one artist’s exploration of self. From the streets of Brooklyn to Russia’s most prestigious ballet training studios, Antonio struggles to reconcile multiple ethnic identities. He wrestles with the definition of masculinity in modern America while discovering the beauty of becoming a father. Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith’s (Until the Flood) powerful poetry is intermixed with stunning original movement and music and evocative projected imagery to create a wholly unique and stunning world premiere production.

For the 2019/20 Season we also offer the following program that is not available for sale until a later date.

10th Anniversary  
Rep Lab
April 16 – 20, 2020 
Stiemke Studio

Milwaukee Rep’s limited engagement short-play festival is back for its 10th year. See it all—drama, comedy, and everything in between—in this one-of-a-kind theatergoing experience featuring the talents of Milwaukee Rep’s Emerging Professional Residents.