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January 2014

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2014

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Thanks for another Successful Year

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J a n u a ry 2 0 1 4 v o l u m e 6 7 i s s u e 3 5, 21 The Gallery Browse among offerings from a few of our area’s finest shops and businesses.

10 End of the Rainbow Take a trip to London with Judy Garland in this savagely funny drama that offers unique insight into the inner conflict that inspired and consumed one of the most beloved figures in American popular culture. 15 Best of Brookfield Thoughtfully designed and artfully finished, this spectacular original owner executive home in Brookfield overlooks the pond and wetlands in desirable Chadwick Greens. 19 Luxury on the Lakeshore This architectural masterpiece east of Lake Drive in Fox Point offers all the classic elements of old world charm balanced with today’s conveniences.

23 Mind Your Manor There is no shortage of spectacular and historic residences in the Milwaukee area, but rarely does one with the pedigree of this River Hills estate find | its way to the open market. 25 Selling Your Antiques and Heirlooms If you find that your garage and storage spaces are overflowing with unused items, or a residential move is on your horizon, you might be able to turn your clutter into cash. 27 Child’s Play: How Imaginative Play Benefits Your Child Research shows parents who encourage imaginative play offer a healthy, supportive environment for their children to develop healthy lifelong habits and skills.

29 Mediterranean Dreaming Situated at the end of a private road east of Lake Drive, prepare to be impressed by the breathtaking views of Lake Michigan from nearly every room in this uniquely built Bayside residence.

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Rainbow

end of the

Milwaukee Repertory Theater continues its 2013/14 Season with a celebrated production of Peter Quilter’s End of the Rainbow, a new play with music. End of the Rainbow is set in December 1968, and Judy Garland is about to make her comeback . . . again. In a London hotel room preparing for a series of concerts, with both her new young fiancé and her adoring accompanist, Garland struggles to get “beyond the rainbow” with her signature cocktail of talent, tenacity and razor-sharp wit. This savagely funny drama offers unique insight into the inner conflict that inspired and consumed

Hollis Resnik

one of the most beloved figures in American popular culture. The recipient of rave reviews in London, Broadway and L.A., including four Olivier Award nominations and three Tony Award nominations, End of the Rainbow stars 12-time Jeff Award-winning Chicago actress Hollis Resnik as Judy Garland. Resnik will be the first American-born actress to play the role. Joining her are Thomas J. Cox (Anthony), Nicholas Harazin (Mickey) and Rep Associate Artist Jonathan Gillard Daly (Various). Directed by Rep Artistic Director Mark Clements, End of the Rainbow was featured in Time Magazine’s “Top Ten” List and called “electrifying” by The New York Times.

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winning international director whose work

on the National Advisory Board for the

has appeared in over 100 major theaters

Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship Program at Ten

throughout Europe and the U.S., Clements

Chimneys. In addition to Ragtime and End of

memorable songs including “The Man That

was an Associate Artistic Director for Moving

the Rainbow, Clements will direct The History

Got Away,” “Come Rain Or Come Shine,”

Theatre Company and Associate Director

of Invulnerability in April.

E n d O f T h e R a i n bow The production features Garland’s most

“The Trolley Song” and, of course,

While working at Derby Playhouse,

“Somewhere Over The Rainbow.”

Clements met playwright Peter Quilter, and

“A pre-eminent singer and movie star,

“A pre-eminent singer and movie star,

Judy Garland is a seminal figure in American entertainment and a cultural icon who still

Judy Garland is a seminal figure in

makes a huge impact across generations,

American entertainment and a cultural

even forty years after her death,” says Artistic Director Mark Clements. “Rainbow—

icon who still makes a huge impact across generations, even forty years

not a musical, but a play with some classic songs—offers the opportunity for a truly tour-de-force performance that explores the

after her death,” says Artistic Director Mark Clements.

joy and the heartbreak that sum up Judy’s life so well.”

the two embarked on a journey that would eventually lead them to the first staging of End of the Rainbow at Hapstead Theatre. Quilter’s work has been produced in major theaters throughout the world, playing in 38 countries and translated into 27 languages. He has had three shows on London’s West End and has twice been nominated for the Olivier Award: Best Comedy 2006 and Best Play 2011. End of the Rainbow played at Sydney

Clements will direct the piece, seeking

Opera House in Australia, followed by hit

to add to a stellar canon of work that already

for New End Theatre and New Players

productions in Amsterdam, Madrid, Hamburg,

includes recent Milwaukee hits Ragtime,

Theatre, both in London, Royal Theatre in

Rio de Janeiro and London. The play opened

Clybourne Park, and Cabaret. Clements

Northampton and Torch Theatre in Wales

at the Belasco Theatre on Broadway in April

began his tenure as The Rep’s Artistic

and as Artistic Director of Derby Playhouse

2012, where it played for 176 performances and

Director with the 2010/11 Season. An award-

in the U.K. from 1992 to 2002. He serves

received three Tony Award nominations.

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Quilter’s comedy Glorious! (the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the worst singer in the world) has also enjoyed considerable

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international success, playing to over a million people in theaters across five continents. His other plays include The Morning After,

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Let It Snow, Duets and his latest comedy, The Actress. Hollis Resnik will take on the challenge of embodying the late, great songstress. Ms. Resnik has made her mark on the national stage, as well as being a staple of the Chicago theater scene. She was last seen at Milwaukee Rep in Love’s Labor’s Lost (1993/94), The Norman Conquests (1993/94) and Arcadia

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(1996/97). Most recently she was on the national tour of Sister Act performing the role of Mother Superior. Other national tours

Hollis Resnik will take on the challenge of embodying the late, great songstress. Ms. Resnik has made her mark on the national stage, as well as being a staple of the Chicago theater scene. She was last seen at Milwaukee Rep in Love’s Labor’s Lost.

include Les Misérables, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Thoroughly Modern Millie. The seasoned veteran is a 12-time Jeff

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Award winner and 17-time nominee. She is also a 2011 recipient of the Helen Hayes Award. Other awards include three After Dark Awards and two Sarah Siddons Awards. In 2012, Resnik received the coveted LuntFontanne Fellowship. Resnik will be joined by an exemplary supporting cast. Jonathan Gillard Daly, a Rep Associate Artist, was just seen performing the role of Selsdon in The Rep’s production of Noises Off and Grandfather in Ragtime. Other credits include Sense and Sensibility, The Diary of Anne Frank, Assassins, To Kill a Mockingbird, Death of a

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Theatre) and I Am Going to Change the

January 9 with playwright Peter Quilter, and

World (Chicago Dramatists). He is a proud

Sunday, January 12, 19 and 26 and February 2

founding member of the Great River

member of the Back Room Shakespeare

and 9 at 2:00 pm.

Shakespeare Festival in Winona, MN and

Project and a recent graduate of The School

is a 30-year veteran of regional theaters

at Steppenwolf.

throughout the U.S. Thomas J. Cox is making his Milwaukee Rep debut with End of the Rainbow. Cox is a founding ensemble member of Lookingglass Theatre Company in Chicago. Other Chicago theater includes: Fraulein

Thursday, January 9 at 6 p.m., where End of the Rainbow will also feature two social events: Powerhouse PowerHour, Thursday, January 9 at 6 p.m., where

Else, A Raisin In the Sun, Ma Rainey’s Black

young professionals join together to enjoy

Bottom and Orlando (Court Theatre); Pride

complimentary appetizers and free beer,

and Prejudice, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and

End of the Rainbow will also feature two social events: Powerhouse PowerHour, young professionals join together to enjoy complimentary appetizers and free beer, and the Lunch Matinee, January 29 at 11:45 p.m., which is an opportunity to enjoy lunch and a conversation about End of the Rainbow at the InterContinental Hotel Milwaukee. Tickets for End of the Rainbow begin at $20.00. (Prices are subject to change.)

The Outgoing Tide with John Mahoney

and the Lunch Matinee, January 29

Single Tickets for all of Milwaukee Repertory

and Rondi Reed at Northlight Theatre, and

at 11:45 p.m., at the InterContinental

Theater’s 2013/14 productions are now on

The Elephant Man at Steppenwolf Theatre Company.

Hotel Milwaukee.

Nicholas Harazin, returns to Milwaukee Rep after appearing in Ten Chimneys

sale and can be purchased online 24/7 at www.MilwaukeeRep.com, through The Rep’s Ticket Office by calling 414-224-9490 or in person at 108

Milwaukee Rep will host a series of

E. Wells Street. Group tickets are also available for

(2011/12 Season). His Chicago credits include:

special events and programs around End of

Short Shakes! versions of Romeo and Juliet,

the Rainbow, including “Rep in Depth” – an

Taming of the Shrew and Macbeth (Chicago

insider’s look at the production held before

or its productions, please visit

Shakespeare Theater); Rabbit (Stage Left

every performance, and TalkBacks–Thursday,

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H O M ES O F D IS T INC T I O N

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This spectacular original owner executive home overlooks the pond and wetlands in desirable Chadwick Greens. This home was thoughtfully designed and artfully finished. From its birch millwork to the location of the home office, from the spacious sitting room off the master suite, to the abundant windows and natural light, this residence perfectly suits the lifestyle of today’s family. Delight in the awesome family kitchen with granite counters and island snack bar, or the formal dining room designed for your large gatherings. Views at every turn are beautiful and private. Entertain in the superbly finished lower level with its huge game room, family room, wet bar, fifth bedroom and bath. You can even walk to Fox Brook Park and the Sharon Lynn Wilson Center from this conveniently located home. For more information or to arrange your private showing, contact Cindy Fleming of First Weber Realtors at (262) 424-5711.

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Items That Sell Pop culture items sell well through eBay®, such as silver and gold coins, musical instruments that include guitars and amplifiers, vintage stereo and hi-fi equipment, advertising memorabilia, coin operated slot machines, jukeboxes, pinball machines, Automobilia that includes sports, classic and muscle cars, gas pumps, and many other collectible items. Fine art sells extremely well though live auction. This includes bronzes, lamps and decorative arts, jewelry, Lalique and other designer crystal, Herman Miller, Knoll and other mid-century modern furniture, quality paintings from Picasso to Rembrandt, rugs, as well as other fine art, jewelry and watches and other timepieces. Listen to Sell It Now Radio™ Check out Mike & Nichole on Sell It Now Radio™ on Joy AM 1340 WJYI, previously WRIT. Listen to us every Sunday afternoon from 2-3 p.m. This show is Wisconsin’s premier radio show where we discuss how to sell and value antiques and collectibles. We hope you tune in!

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Set along the shore of Lake Michigan east of Lake Drive in Fox Point sits this architecturally magnificent Tudor that blends the best of old world craftsmanship with today’s luxury amenities. Built in the 1920s, this four-bedroom, three-full and two-half bath home, offers generous rooms sizes filled with the charm and grace that makes homes of this period so desirable. The challenge owning a home such as this often is the compromise between keeping the best of what’s original and incorporating the comforts and conveniences homebuyers today expect. To breathe new life into this grand home, the homeowners updated the look and presentation of the entire home with a focus on two major remodeling projects, the kitchen and the master suite. Home suggested by The Bailey Team of Shorewest Realtors® January 2014

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Luxu ry o n th e L ak e s h o re The existing kitchen had a choppy layout

in a contrasting rich ebony with an heirloom

backsplash complements the new found

rub-though and distressed finish.

convenience and appeal. The self-contained

The sink was relocated to the island

beverage center adds to the functionality

and obtrusive cabinet placements that didn’t

improving the work-flow in the kitchen. A

of the space providing additional prep area

function well for the homeowner who enjoys

garden window is now home to a breakfast

and flexibility. The beverage center features

cooking and entertaining in style. Plus, the

a stainless steel JennAir undercounter wine

dated design of the kitchen didn’t reflect the

refrigerator and both a drawer refrigerator and

1920s grandeur and elegance of the adjoining living spaces. Dated appliances, poor lighting, inefficient prep areas and oddly divided spaces made the kitchen unwelcoming to guests and the homeowner. Previously dividing the kitchen was an L-shaped bank of upper and lower cabinets which were removed to connect the main prep zone with a new high-tech beverage

There is so much to love in the charm and character found in homes of this vintage. The elegance and grace of a

drawer freezer for convenient entertaining. The tastefully elegant details and finishes selected by the homeowner really complete the look. Each finish selected enhances the home’s existing charm and décor, said the

bygone era combined with the best of

homeowner. The most prominent is the

today’s modern luxurious—all perched

custom crafted steel range hood with stucco

on bluff overlooking Lake Michigan

center. The remodeled space offers all the

finish. A hand crafted maple detail border is painted and glazed coordinating with the perimeter maple cabinetry. Bronze cabinet

conveniences of a modern kitchen without

hardware and granite countertops round out

sacrificing warmth, character or charm.

nook that overlooks the perennial garden

the finishes. “Cooking is my passion,” added

Maple cabinets painted in snow white with a

and shaded patio. The prominent new

the homeowner. “I enjoy hosting dinner

brushed brown glaze along with ample crown

sink placement in the prep zone provides

groups, holiday parties and family gatherings

and light rail moldings add to the charm

convenient access to the stainless steel 48-

for my grown kids. All my cooking and

expected in a home this lovely. The space now

inch Viking professional eight-burner range. A

entertaining wants were incorporated into the

features a center island with maple cabinets

pot filler faucet and custom travertine marble

remodel. This is absolutely my dream kitchen.”

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the gallery Little Swiss Clock Shop Witty, fun, slightly eccentric wall clocks have joined the huge collection of mantel, chime and grandfather clocks. See what’s new at Little Swiss Clock Shop., 270 W. Main St. in Downtown Waukesha. 262-547-2111. www.LittleSwissClockShop.com

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Clocks of Distinction

The master suite presented and entirely different set of challenges. The homeowners wanted to transform the existing master bedroom, bathroom and an office into a sumptuous master suite befitting the elegance of a 1920s charmer. The space had great potential, but the period charm and character was lost in a previous remodel done sometime in the 1980s. Walls needed to be moved, hallways with oddly intrusive closets were removed and all the electrical and plumbing needed to be upgraded to today’s standards. The master bedroom had built-ins that outlived their usefulness and the bathroom, which lacked modern luxuries, could best be described as dark, cold and dated. The result is an elegant retreat that flows gently from the graceful master bedroom,

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into the newly added and appropriately sized walk-in closet, to the spa-like master bath which features a double vanity, a deep tub with marble surround and a walk-in shower. Three additional bedrooms complete the upper level. Not to be lost in all the addition of modern luxuries is the charm of the rest of the home. The main level features a generous family room which flows through double French doors into a sunny family room. Outside the family room sits a large patio and professionally landscaped private yard with stunning gardens and breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. As one would expect, the formal dining room is big enough for entertaining large grandfathers wall, mantel & chime clocks pocket watches • Cuckoos Alarms • Watches

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gatherings, but cozy enough for making holiday memories around the dinner table. The lower level features a rec room with hardwood floors, an exposed beam ceiling, and a fireplace with brick surround. There is also a convenient half-bath found on this level. There is so much to love in the charm and

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There is no shortage of spectacular and historic residences in the Milwaukee area. Early captains of industry that helped make Milwaukee famous had the wealth and taste to create lavish residences to rival any in the country. Local architects and artisans became known for their work on these homes and their legacy of craftsmanship lives on in these many fine estates. Perhaps no one made a bigger contribution to the building and design of Milwaukee’s historic residences than architect Fitzhugh Scott. Known by many for his commercial buildings, like The Allen Bradley Corporation, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and the Milwaukee Country Club, Scott was highly sought after as a residential architect by Milwaukee’s most prominent citizens. Home suggested by Mike Quinlevan of Shorewest Realtors® January 2014

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M i n d Yo u r M a n o r One of Scott’s masterpiece private residences is this inspired English Georgian estate at 800 W. Bradley Road, in River Hills, built for Irving Seaman. Irving, along with his brother Harold, ran the Seaman Body Corporation which supplied automobile bodies to the Nash Motors Company in Kenosha. When Irving inherited the company it was a manufacturer of fine furniture and wooden telephone booths. By 1909, Irving converted the company to a produce wooden car bodies for the automobile industry. Nash motors purchased a partial interest in the Seaman Corporation to ensure its supply of car bodies and ultimately, in 1936, purchased the company outright. At one point in its history, the Seaman Body Corporation

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M i n d Yo u r M a n o r natural fireplaces. The new kitchen is nothing

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room. Four bedrooms and four-full baths plus

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The master suite with its with large sitting

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cabinets, appliances and marble countertops.

room, marble natural fireplace and updated

The room flows seamlessly into a large family

his and hers baths evoke the image of valets

room with a spectacular gas fireplace with

and maid servants. The third-floor top level

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an auto battery firm, Seaman inherited a

overlooking expansive bluestone terrace.

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family business founded in 1846 by his

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After graduating from the University of

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Child’s Play how imaginative play benefits your child

Between the everyday obligations of school, sports and other extra-curricular activities, many children equate playtime with sitting in front of the television, computer or other electronic device. This dependence on electronic devices can be linked to a list of issues, including childhood obesity, as well as reduced cognitive and muscle development. Children who instead engage in imaginative or pretend play are offered a stress-free environment where their dreams have no boundary. This type of activity just comes naturally for kids because it’s just plain fun.

Create a pretend play paradise A make-believe-friendly setting begins with the parents. Here are a few ideas to create an environment that fosters creative, imaginative play for your little ones: Focus on fun: A truly free setting for imaginative play is one without structure or rules. Let your child know there are no expectations or wrong outcomes while they are pretending. There may be moments where you have to intervene, but the atmosphere should be relaxed and free from rules. Give toys that encourage pretend play: Make sure your kids have toys that allow them to express themselves. The Calico Critters toy line is the ideal choice for parents seeking timeless, classic toys that delight children and promote wholesome values through pretend play. Children will love these adorable, high-quality miniature animal figures, which include families of rabbits, dogs, cats, bears and more. For more information, visit www.calicocritters.com. January 2014

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sure you have plenty of fun supplies on hand, such as glitter, paper, glue, markers, boxes, feathers, sequins or any other trinkets you have on hand. Use the great outdoors as a playground: Encourage your kids to use the great outdoors as their canvas for unbridled creativity. A simple trip outside opens a whole world of play options for a child. Plus, it allows your children to be more active, which is always a bonus.

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God’s corner

by Ger trude M. Puelicher

The touch of a button on a television

which they find themselves today: Apathy to the

problems, perhaps they are floundering in a

remote or mobile device, and we have obliterated

importance of the family unit, to educational

mire of “do-goodism” and are frustrated by their

whatever we don’t want to hear or see. End

trends, to moral attitudes, to the importance

lack of adequate accomplishment. Their concern,

a telephone call, and we have broken the

of God in our lives; permissiveness to youth’s

however, must be given credit.

connection with the caller. In each case we are

demands regardless of their nature or value,

There are thousands of parents who are

free to choose what we want to see or hear.

to mass education where students become

striving to maintain a strong family unit against

How can we apply this same type of action

nameless statistics, to the far-flung flaunting

the odds of modern youth’s aggressive thinking.

to our thinking processes when they are not

of freedom in matters of sex, to the theory

Thousands more are earnestly seeking stronger

living up to the best in us? What can we shut

that the Old Testament is fiction, the Ten

guidelines to an understanding and practical faith.

off or turn on within ourselves so that the result

Commandments are outmoded, God has lost

will be of value to those around us?

His status—all of which leads to the stupidly

strengthened not only by faith in America,

nonsensical conclusion that ours is a sick society,

but by faith in the power of good. We may be

make us take stock of ourselves. There is therapy

and America is following in the footsteps of the

beset by problems, but if we face them with a

in facing oneself, and unless we make the effort

Roman Empire.

determination to cut them down to size, we will

The psychological effect of a New Year is to

under the emotional stimulus of starting over

Right now is the time to change the

Let us enter the new year with an optimism

find their solution becomes a matter of simple

again early in the new year, we’ll find ourselves

channel, break the connection, and find a

faith, faith in the inherent good in people, faith

too quickly caught up in the day by day battle of

new outlet for our thinking. Most average

in an Infinite Invisible.

mere living.

Americans are decent, wholesome, warm-

Apathy and permissiveness based on a

hearted individuals, struggling to comprehend

crawling negativism are the deadly twosome

the complexities of today’s world as well as to

that have brought Americans to the place in

make a living. Vitally concerned with today’s

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