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Grand Ave. ‘InterActs’ with Immersive Theatre Night

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The 2nd Annual InterACT, a one-night theatre event introduced to Milwaukee last year will make its second appearance on February 7. The event will take place in the Plankinton Arcade Building in the Shops of Grand Avenue (161 W. Wisconsin Ave.).

The lineup for the event includes an array of outstanding live music from well-known Skylight Music Theatre, a cash bar, delectable eats from Roll MKE and short plays by David Ives performed by six Milwaukee based theatre companies (Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Renaissance Theaterworks, In Tandem Theatre, Pink Banana Theatre Co., The World’s Stage Theatre Co. and The Quasimondo Physical Theatre).

As always, attendees are encouraged to immerse themselves into the event. In this case, there will be rooms setup for each participating theatre company in which they will perform a one-act showing of an Ives play. Each act will be performed multiple times through out the night ensuring no attendees miss a showing. Each show will range from 10-20 minutes.

The 2nd Annual InterACT is hosted by: Art Milwaukee, a division of NEWaukee, with support from the United Performing Arts Fund.

The event starts at 7pm sharp and goes until 10pm. Tickets are $10 for students and $20 for all other attendees.

Tickets can be purchased via the Art Milwaukee website or on location the day of the event. Street parking is free or there is paid parking available in the Plankinton parking structure for the event.

Note: All proceeds from the event will support the theatre companies involved in the event. Additional information can be found here.

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