Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, photo by Jonathan Kirn

Box Offices

Marcus Center for the Performing Arts

929 N. Water St., Milwaukee; Tickets for events held at the Marcus Center, including off-Broadway and Broadway shows. The 2019-20 50th Anniversary Broadway Season includes: Dear Evan Hansen; Hamilton; The Band's Visit; The Lion King; The Play That Goes Wrong; My Fair Lady; and Miss Saigon. Off-Broadway shows include: Roald Dahl's Matilda: The Musical; Josh Gates Live! An Evening of Ghosts, Monsters and Tales of Adventure; The Blind Boys of Alabama; Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents the Dan Nimmer Trio; It's not You, It's Me – Second City; Celtic Tenors Present: The Irish Songbook; Divas of Soul Tribute; Step Afrika!, Black Violin 2019; The Secret Comedy of Women; and American Girl Live.
Box Office Hours: 12-5 Mondays-Thursdays (12-9 on Show Days), 12-9 Fridays & Saturdays, 12-5 Sundays. Telephone: (414) 273-7206 Website:

Miller High Life Theatre

500 W. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee; Downtown Milwaukee's largest theater offers a year-round calendar of live entertainment, including concerts of all genres, Broadway musicals, performance art, comedy shows, and family-friendly events. A sampling of the current season includes: Mariah Carey: Caution World Tour; Dancefest Milwaukee; Sesame Street Live: Make Your Magic; Paw Patrol Live! "The Great Pirate Adventure"; Shen Yun 2019; 14th Annual Laugh-a-Thon; UWM LGBT Resource Center’s Annual Drag Show; Monty Python's SPAMALOT; Becoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama; 8th Annual Milwaukee Blues Festival.
Box Office Hours: 10-5 Mondays-Fridays; Summer Hours: 10-2. Telephone: (800) 745-3000;

Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts

19805 W. Capitol Drive in Brookfield’s Mitchell Park; A multi-disciplinary, non-profit cultural arts facility that promotes lifelong learning and offers premier performances by world-renowned musicians, dance companies, and theatre groups; arts education programming and outreach; visual and performance art classes; the Ploch Art Gallery, with changing exhibitions by both national and Wisconsin artists; Lynn Chappy Arts Park outdoor artistic landscape; the annual Wilson Center Guitar Competition & Festival in August, Starry Nights free outdoor concert series in the summer, and other fun and enriching events.
Hours: 11-6 Mondays-Fridays; Closed Saturdays and Sundays. Telephone: (262) 781-9520;

The Skylight Music Theatre

158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee; Performances covering the full spectrum of music theatre with fresh perspective and interesting twists in an intimate venue. 2019 offerings include: Pippin; Hairspray; Five Guys Named Moe; Carmina Burana; Kiss Me, Kate, and the showcase event Things That Go Ding! featuring percussionist Michael Lorenz and his collection of vintage instruments.
Box Office Hours: 12-6 Mondays-Saturdays. 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee; Telephone: (414) 291-7800;