A Tosa resident for almost 20 years, Karen is a mom and freelance writer, addicted to playing tennis. When not on the tennis court, she spends the fall and winter in the stands at Green Bay Packer and Marquette basketball games.
Karen is the author of “Grab a Bite,” a dining out column and the former community columnist for the Wauwatosa NOW newspaper.
Would you like to go to see live theater this weekend, but have a limited budget? Here’s an idea: Go see the Divine Savior Holy Angels production of “The Wiz”! It’s family fun that’s truly affordable!
DSHA High School is presenting the Tony Award winning musical, The Wiz November 6 through 9th in the Robert and Marie Hansen Family Fine Arts Theatre located at 4257 North 100th Street, Milwaukee.
Travel alongside Dorothy and her infamous friends as they “Ease on Down” the yellow brick road in search of brains, a heart, some courage and a way home. It’s the infamous tale of tornados, witches, flying monkeys, and a journey toward the Emerald City, but be ready for a few surprises along the way. This high energy show (featuring several Tosa students) is packed with new twists around every turn. Get swept away to a land that will have your toes tapping, your sides splitting, and will leave you dancing down the aisles.
Tickets are only $10 for adults and $8 dollars for children under 12. The DSHA Box Office is open Wednesday, 3pm – 6pm, Thursday, 3-5 pm and you can buy tickets at the door. The Box Office is located through the front entrance of DSHA High School or by calling (414) 616-2813. You may also order tickets online by visiting the school website at www.dsha.info . (Click on “Shop DSHA.”)
Performances begin at 7pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 2pm for the Sunday matinee. Don’t miss out on an experience the whole family will enjoy!