Date(s) - Monday, January 28th
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Many of the plays in Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s 2018/19 Season explore the relationship between Power & Money – how do power and money shape one another, and how do these forces shape individuals, communities, and society? Join us as we dive deeper into the relationship between Power & Money & Response & Resistance.
Visit the Jewish Museum Milwaukee’s exhibit, Blacklist: Hollywood’s Red Scare, and listen in as a journalist, a visual artist, a scientist, and a theater artist discuss the impact of federal funding on their work. The discussion is moderated by Adam Carr. Panelists include:
- Margaret Noodin, Director of the Electa Quinney Institute
- Chad Bauman, Executive Director of Milwaukee Repertory Theater
- Neel Guptasarma, Professor & Chair of the Physics Department at UW-Milwaukee
- Katie Loughmiller, Arts Project Coordinator at the Milwaukee Public Library
Program is FREE and open to the public.
Must pay museum admission to view Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare.
Roundtable discussions are in-depth conversations with local leaders on a topic raised in a play as it relates to the greater Milwaukee community. These conversations will give you an opportunity to engage with change-makers in our city and deeply enrich your experience of our performances.
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