Broadway Theatre Center

The Broadway Theatre Center houses two unique theaters: the 358-seat Cabot Theatre, a replication of an 18th-century European opera house and the 99-seat Studio Theatre, a versatile black box space. Skylight Music Theatre owns and operates the Broadway Theatre Center at 158 N. Broadway in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward.

The Broadway Theatre Center is home to three performing theatre companies


Midsummer in Newtown


Saturday, February 29, 2020 2:00PM
Broadway Theatre Center

Midsummer in Newtown





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Midsummer in Newtown


"Midsummer in Newtown", a documentary film directed by Lloyd Kramer Skylight Music Theatre presents "Midsummer in Newtown", an award-winning documentary film about the power of the performing arts to heal the children and community of Newtown, CT following the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy. The screenings are free and open to the public. Those who work in education and the arts community are especially encouraged to attend. Skylight Music Theatre’s new Artistic Director, Michael Unger, started the theatre program and adapted and directed the musical on which the film focuses. He will be hosting a panel and discussion following the screening with others involved in utilizing the arts as a healing tool.
Midsummer in Newtown is produced by Vulcan Productions, Participant Media, Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning producer Tom Yellin, Braden Bergen, and Jo Budzilowicz and is directed by Lloyd Kramer. This viewing of the documentary is free but we ask that you reserve seats in advance.