Splinter Group finds ways to bloom in Zindel's 'Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds'

By Mike Fischer, Special to the Journal Sentinel

Why doesn’t Milwaukee see more productions of Paul Zindel’s plays? ┬áTen years ago, I reviewed a memorable production of Zindel’s “And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little,” presented by the much-missed Cornerstone Theatre Company.

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"Dog Sees God" a divine summer miracle at Splinter Group

By Dave Begel, OnMilwaukee.com

It was over six decades ago that Charles Schulz put pen to paper and created the Peanuts comic strip, featuring a mixed bag of kids who tumbled through life clutching blankets, sucking thumbs, playing tricks and staying kids.

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'Peanuts' gang grows up in Splinter Group's 'Dog Sees God'

By Mike Fischer, Special to the Journal Sentinel

Was Charlie Brown gay? ┬áBecause Charles Schulz never allowed his “Peanuts” characters to leave childhood and because he himself is now dead, we’ll never know. But given Schulz’s consistent opposition to intolerance and prejudice in his beloved

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The prophecies foretell great humor in Splinter Group's "Trailer Park"

By Dave Begel, OnMilwaukee.com

Sometimes, no matter where you turn, someone else is there, keeping you warm or smothering you, watching you grow or keeping you a baby, protecting you or letting you fly free.

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