Wit. Fun. Delight. All attractive rewards for diving into Wodehouse’s fictional England, a world of rich young gentlemen, their servants, friends, fiancées, and quirky family; of country houses, French chefs, and telegrams from London. But what, beyond the glitter, makes this work last? What keeps readers returning to Wodehouse?
Meet the JEEVES IN BLOOM cast!
by Emily Carl, Third Coast Digest.com; "Artistic director C. Michael Wright says the festival was designed to further one of the theater’s major goals that doesn’t always peek out from behind the curtain: helping new artists develop."
March 21-24, 2013 -- MCT presents a showcase of three one-act plays written by the winners of our high school playwriting competition.
by Mike Fischer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; Midway through his extraordinary solo performance in Glen Berger's "Underneath the Lintel" - being staged by the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre under C. Michael Wright's direction - James Ridge asks the audience whether we'd recognize a miracle if we saw one.
by Mike Muckian, Wisconsin Gazette; Life is – or should be – a journey of self-discovery. Those of us who fail to initiate that quest are often prodded by life’s circumstances down roads they wouldn’t otherwise have chosen.
by Cheryl Figueroa, Third Coast Digest.com; James Ridge, a 16-year veteran of American Players Theatre of Spring Green, will play The Librarian, the one and only role in the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre’s Underneath the Lintel, by Glen Berger. MCT artistic director C. Michael Wright is directing Ridge.
Listen to Bonnie North's interview with James Ridge & C. Michael Wright about UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL.
Watch this fun video about our upcoming production of UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL, Feb. 20 - March 17! Click "more info" for the link
People often ask me how I choose the scripts we produce. Truth be told, it can often be a rather lengthy and involved process. Take Glen Berger’s UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL as a case in point.