The Cream City Foundation is pleased to sponsor the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s world premiere of after all the terrible things I do. An examination of bullying, sexual identity, parenting, and forgiveness, this American drama will run from Oct. 1 – Nov. 9.
After all the terrible things I do provides a personal look at shared pasts and second chances,” said Lisa Fulton, director of Marketing & Communications at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
The play, which follows the character Daniel’s return to his Midwestern home town after college, aims to shed light on LGBT issues present today.
“We’re happy to sponsor this event,” said Terri Coughlin, interim Executive Director. “The play confronts and grapples with themes that will do a great service to the community by raising awareness for LGBT rights.
The team for after all the terrible things I do includes writer A. Rey Pamatmat, Director Rep Associate Artist May Adrales, Executive Producer Andy Nunemaker, and Associate Producer Greater Milwaukee Foundation William J. Radler Fund.
The Stiemke Studio Season is sponsored by Ed Seaberg & Patrick Smith.
After all the terrible things I do ran from Oct. 1 – Nov. 9 at the Stiemke Studio.