Lee’s “In the Know” this week: An underground circus, floral creations and A Prairie Home Companion

Lee, the Intercon concierge, chooses 5 events each week that he thinks will be spectacular.

Here are this week’s choices.

1. Dead Man’s Carnival

Friday, March 30th, Doors open at 7 pm. Turner Hall Ballroom (18+ only)

This show is described as a “modern day variety show” dedicated to the traditions of vaudevillian comedy and continuing the concept of the underground circus.

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2. Art in Bloom

Friday, March 30th All Day Event at The Milwaukee Art Museum

Art in Bloom is a great way to welcome spring and learn more about floral arrangements and gardening. It is a unique experience that allows floral designers to create floral arrangements based on art pieces within the museum.

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3. Milwaukee Ballet Spring Series

March 29th-April 1st

This series includes three different dances. The first blends Irish folk dancing with contemporary Celtic music. The second features indie-rock band sounds from Balkan and Easter Europe. The third is based around piano solos. These different types of music should lead to a beautifully different performance.

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4. A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor

March 31st 4:45 pm

An American classic and always a great time. If you haven’t been to one of these shows, you should.

Ticket information

 5. Honour

March 23-April 15th Renaissance Theaterworks

It’s the classic story of a husband who leaves his wife for a much younger woman, told in a new way.  OnMilwaukee said “Renaissance Theaterworks hits a nerve.”

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