Movies in Downtown Milwaukee


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  • "Peter and the Starcatcher"
    The Milwaukee Repertory Theater has been playing a vital role in enriching the culture of local community since 1954. Now on its 61st season, this theater produces an impressive 600 performances a year, including such favorites as “The Color Purple,” “Harvey,” and of course, “A Christmas Carol,” without which no holiday season would be complete. Frequent collaborations with the adjacent Pabst Theater work to further enrich the theatrical selection at the Repertory. The theater has an interesting volunteer program called “Friends of the Rep,” which grants discounts, access to the Rep Annual Meeting, and a discount card for local Milwaukee establishments.
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    108 E Wells St.
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Kilawat
    From their vantage point inside the InterContinental Milwaukee Hotel, diners at Kil@Wat can treat themselves to panoramic vistas of the city, including the bright lights of the neighboring Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. Inside the kitchen, chefs use locally sourced ingredients whenever possible to craft elegant meals fit for the awe-inspiring views. This focus on freshness and seasonality translates to a menu of upscale American comfort dishes such as pan-roasted whitefish from Lake Superior and braised short ribs with roasted garlic mash and wild mushroom jus. A staff pastry chef puts her own inventive twist on dessert, concocting delicacies such as peanut-butter-and-chocolate cheesecake with pretzel bark for an added crunch. These gourmet morsels unite with the restaurant’s elegant décor to forge a luxurious, memorable dining experience. Vibrant chartreuse accents compliment orange suede chairs and crisp white tablecloths. Large light boxes cast a soft glow over people as they sip wine from the extensive list or pose as window washers to get in without a reservation.
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    139 E Kilbourn Ave.
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Body Worlds & The Cycle of Life
    The 14,500-year-old Hebior mammoth stands sentinel at the entrance to the Milwaukee Public Museum, serving as a massive reminder to all who pass that they are traveling back in time. Originally founded in 1882, the museum has spent more than a century collecting artifacts and fossils from around the world to portray the vast reaches of natural and human history throughout 150,000 square feet of exhibit space spread over three and a half floors. Representing the recent past, The Streets of Old Milwaukee's turn-of-the-century gas-lit lanes and the European Village place visitors up close to replicas of more than 58 structures, including an old-fashioned barbershop and a fully furnished Scottish dwelling. Traveling further back to the Cretaceous period in the Third Planet exhibit, a life-size replica of a tyrannosaurus greets visitors with its tiny arms and impeccable manners. Visitors can also explore treasures from Africa, Asia, and the Arctic, or stroll through the butterfly wing to witness free-flying exotic and native species. Adjacent to the museum, the Daniel M. Soref National Geographic Dome Theater and Planetarium theater display astronomical wonders with a Digistar 3 computer-projection system. The Skies Over Milwaukee show lights up the ceiling with the current night sky for a tour of the planets and constellations. In the same theater, giant screen films transport audience members to the top of Everest or to the bottom of the ocean with a six-story screen, wraparound digital sound, and the distilled imaginations of 5-year-olds.
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    800 W Wells St
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Summerfest
    Summerfest is the pride and joy of Milwaukee's music scene, attracting between 800,000 and 1,000,000 people a year with bands playing on 11 stages. The first day of the festival features a variety of general-admission shows, with the first Groupon listening opportunity kicking off at 4:15 p.m. with the Mechanical Kids on the U.S. Cellular Connection Stage. Headlining acts that begin at 8 p.m. include Tokyo Police Club and Colbie Caillat. At 10 p.m., the big hitters emerge from the bullpen with the sultry rhythms of Sheryl Crow, the smooth jamz of The Wailers, the electro-fun of Passion Pit, and more, creating a musical-chairs game of concert options. Check the Summerfest website to view the full music schedule for June 24 (please note that your general-admission ticket does not get you into the Tim McGraw performance in the Marcus Amphitheatre).
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    200 North Harbor Drive
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • Festa Italiana
    For those who have never owned a radio, read a newspaper, or heard an angel sing, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons are the rock 'n' roll hall of famers responsible for 29 top-40 hits that toe the line of doo-wop, rock, and pop. Spanning half a century of musical history, this fun-loving bunch of rockers who love having fun bring their well-rehearsed act to the stage at Festa Italiana. Opening for the legends will be the hybrid musical comedian Pete Barbuti, who is known for tickling ivories and tickling people's throats in order to induce laughter across the globe.
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    200 N Harbor Dr
    Milwaukee, WI US
  • German Fest Milwaukee
    Break out the lederhosen, polish your stein, and track down your fanciest sausage-eating bib; Milwaukee German Fest is just around the corner. Now in its 35th year, the annual celebration honors Deutchland and all of its descendants with a three-day party filled with authentic food, music, and activities. More than 20,000 freshly grilled brats from Usinger's anchor a menu of schnitzel, goulasch, and other Bavarian favorites, all of which wash down nicely with gulps of Leinenkugel and other spirited beverages. However, the fest is about more than just feasting. Enjoy a thrill as jets shoot overhead during an air-and-water show before cheering on your favorite wiener at the dachshund derby or scoping out traditional song and dance performances by local groups. Throughout the weekend, vendors will showcase everything from nutcrackers to German costumes, and?at regular intervals?the living Glockenspiel will springs into action with a full band.
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    200 N Harbor Dr
    Milwaukee, WI US

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