Gutenberg! The Musical!
Three men, one piano, thirty baseball caps--and one massively misguided dream. In 1450, in Mainz, Germany, Johann Gutenberg invented the printing press; in 2011, in Nutley, New Jersey, Bud and Doug wrote a big, splashy musical about him, the evil monk trying to stop him, and the beautiful girl who loved him. They may not have a cast, an orchestra, or a clue, but with an unending supply of enthusiasm, they’re pitching their hilarious, 16 song epic to Broadway producers who just might fulfill their bright-eyed ambitions.
Starts: August 21, 2012
Ends: October 14, 2012
Event Times: Show dates and times vary. Please visit our website for details.
Ticket Information: Prices vary. Please contact our ticket office at 414-224-9490.
Additional Contact Information:
For group tickets, call 414-290-0710. School groups interested in educational opportunities should contact Jenny Kostreva, Education Director at 414-290-5370.
Location of this event
Milwaukee Repertory Theater
108 E. Wells St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Accessibility: A variety of accommodations are available. These include written script synopses in large type, audio script synopses, large print programs, captioning for selected performances, audio description, an infrared listening system, and Sign Language interpretation of selected programs. For more information or to make arrangements for accessibility accommodations, please telephone 414-290-5366.
Web site: www.milwaukeerep.com
Description:In 1987, Milwaukee Repertory Theater moved into a new home in a converted electric power plant in the heart of the city, just opposite City Hall. This magnificent facility, owned and operated by The Rep, contains the Quadracci Powerhouse Theater, the Stiemke Theater and the Stackner Cabaret.