Welcome to Cream City Theater, LLC
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About Cream City Theater, LLC
Cream City Theater is an independent theater company founded in 2014 by Katherine Beeson and her husband.
The group presents theatrical performances that audiences "have always been meaning to see." Additionally, Cream City wants to offer outstanding roles to the many talented actors in the Milwaukee area.
Katherine Beeson works as a freelance print journalist in Southeastern Wisconsin. She has been performing on stage herself for at last twenty-five years and directing plays for various groups for the last twenty. She is also an award winning playwright and has had three of her plays produced in the last few years.
The Upcoming Performances of
A Romantic Comedy
Written By: Neil Simon
Directed By: Katherine Beeson
Dates & Times:
7:30 pm - March 13, 14, 20 & 21, 2020
2:00 pm - March 15 & 22, 2020
1500 South 73rd Street
West Allis, WI 53214
Neil Simon at his best!
"Chapter Two" tells the story of a man whose live was shattered by the death of his wife and how he seeks and earns the happiness of
a new life with her successor. He struggles with the contradictory impulse to embrace a new life and remain as the guardian of his old
life. It is said to be autobiographical, but it's not an exact copy and is seen through the rose colored glasses that only Neil Simon shows us.
$20.00 for General Admission (Open Seating)
available online and at the door.
The Iceman Cometh
"The Iceman Cometh" was our first production and a staged reading adapted from the play by Eugene O'Neill and directed by Katherine Beeson.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" was a full production of the play written by Edward Albee and directed by Katherine Beeson.
Same Time Next Year
"Same Time Next Year" was a full production of the play written by Bernard Slade and directed by Katherine Beeson.
Twelve Angry Men
"Twelve Angry Men was a full production of the play written by Reginald Rose and directed by Katherine Beeson.
Is Murder Tax-Deductible?
Is Murder Tax-Deductible? was a full production of a play written by Katherine Beeson. It is considered a romantic comedy with a nod to the classic noir detective fiction of the 1940's
A Few Good Men
Aaron Sorkin's groundbreaking play tells the story of a group of military lawyers assigned to defend two Marines in Guantanamo Bay. Katherine Beeson brought it to life on stage at Inspiration Studios as an enhanced reading.
Tickets are $20.00 each for plays and staged readings. Tickets will be available for sale online and at the box office for all performances. Please note that the box office opens one hour before performances and accepts cash or credit cards.