DUUversity is a UUCW affinity group of members and friends who support diversity in the Milwaukee area by attending local theater productions that feature different cultural and ethical themes. Following the play, all those who are interested gather at a local restaurant for stimulating conversation about the performance and its meaning for us as individuals and as members of the greater Milwaukee community.
This year the six plays for this season tackle the issues of race, women’s place in the work force, recognition of disabilities, effects of war on veterans, and a controversial decision made by a Union general.

The group is open to everyone who enjoys theatre and an interesting discussion. Look over the offerings for this year, decide which ones you would like to attend, buy your own tickets, and join us for as many or as few as you want. If you let Kristin Fewel know you are planning to attend, she will send an e-mail to those who contact her to facilitate carpooling and to make the appropriated number of restaurant reservations

disABILITY: The Evolution
Sunday, October 7, 2018 – 2:00 pm
Waukesha Civic Theatre, 264 W. Main Street, Waukesha
(262) 547-0708 www.waukeshacivictheatre.org
This is a musical comedy that explores the history of the human experience of disability from the dawn of recorded history to 20th century America. It is set to music with a whimsical cast of characters!

Clybourne Park – by Bruce Norris
November 11, 2018 – 2:30 pm
Marquette’s Helfaer Theater
525 N. 13th, Milwaukee
(414) 288-7504 www.showclixcom/events/marquettetheatre
This Pulitzer Award winning serio-comedy about race and real estate focuses on the story of one house separated by fifty years, from integration to gentrification and the anxiety that accompanies these changes.

Photograph 51 by Anna Ziegler
Sunday, January 20, 2019 – 2:00 pm
Renaissance Theater Group –
Studio Theater, Broadway Theater Center
158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee
(414) 291-7800 www.r-t-w.com
British scientist Rosalind Franklin was the sole woman in a field dominated by men working to discover the double helix structure of DNA. Her part in this work is often overlooked. This production brings a balance of scientific subject matter and theatrical storytelling.

Blood at the Root by Dominique Morisseau
Sunday, February 3, 2019 – 2:00 pm 
Next Act Theater, 255 South Water Street, Milwaukee
(414) 278-0765 www.nextact.org
In 2006, six black teenagers were arrested after assaulting a white student in the school cafeteria.
This play explores the conditions, causes, and consequences of this incident through the eyes and
voices of the six students in this Louisiana high school.

Strange Snow by Stephen Metcalfe
Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 2:00 pm
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre
Studio Theatre – Broadway Theater Center
158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee
(414) 291-7800 www.r-t-w.com
Two soldiers survive the Vietnam War but in surviving back home they find that the emotional fallout
lingers long after the war is over.

Ben Butler by Richard Strand
Sunday, April 14, 2019 – 2:00 pm
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre
Cabot Theatre – Broadway Theater Center
158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee
(414) 291-7800 www.r-t-w.com
Controversial Major General Benjamin Butler of the Union Army must decide what to do when an escaped slave makes a powerful case for not being returned to his owner. In his time, Butler was considered a brilliant lawyer, a political firebrand, and an incompetent soldier.