We are once again creating a re-enactment for the Bay View Tragedy, May 1 at 3 pm.
Summer Arts Interns, please apply NOW!
MPT is seeking highly motivated, creative, people-oriented youth aged 16 or over, who have interests and skills in visual and/or performing arts and who enjoy working with others as leaders and team players. Download the application form. Experience not required, but a willingness to pitch in and have fun is!
After 42 years of service to the Milwaukee area, Milwaukee Public Theatre is seeking an Executive Director to take over for and continue to work in collaboration with MPT's Founder, Dr. Barbara Leigh. Read more
SuperStars Camp, for kids on the autism spectrum, with other special needs, and their friends and siblings, is now accepting registration for the June residency.
Catch up on what happened at last weekend's performances of Most Dangerous Women. Download the Resource Guide.
Read more about how MPT's unique arts programs promote wellbeing in the community and watch a slideshow highlighting 2015. Remember that at any time you can...
Milwaukee Public Theatre has its roots in a profound belief in the arts as a healing resource that must be available to all people, regardless of age, ability/disability, culture, ethnicity or income level. We've always embraced metamorphosis, change, transition . . . From our beginnings as a two-person company of artist/activists, we have evolved into a multi-faceted outreach arts organization working with and employing artists from all cultures and arts disciplines. We now reach over 85,000 people annually with highly diverse programming that resonates with all segments of our community.
Read a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel interview with Barbara Leigh.
Milwaukee Public Theatre receives ongoing support in 2016 from: