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The Milwaukee Repertory Theater is about to start construction of the new Associated Bank Theater Center, an overhaul of the existing theater in downtown Milwaukee.

Stake Live CasinoThe project, which will start on May 11, calls for reconstruction of the theater complex, three performance stages and a large lobby in the footprint of the Patty & Jay Baker Theater Complex at 108 E. Wells St., according to theater officials. The new theater will be called the Associated Bank Theater Center, and officials said construction is expected to last through the fall of 2025.

The theater will work with Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects, Brookfield-based Hunzinger Construction and Chamberlin LLC.

The Milwaukee Rep is 92% of the way through its $78 million fundraising campaign, which is fueled by private donors. Construction costs ticked up to $78 million from an originally reported $75 million due to inflation, theater officials said.

“We are as excited as ever to break ground on Stake Sports Bettingour new facility that will expand our ability to produce and develop new plays, advance our educational impact and create unique opportunities for the Stake Casino AppCommunity to come together,” said Chad Bauman, the executive director of Milwaukee Rep. “We have experienced tremendous support to get us this far and the ‘Power to the Finish: Seat Naming Campaign’ offers a unique Stake Online Live Casinoopportunity for the community at large to leave their stamp on the theater for generations to come.”

In 2020, theater leadership announced a five-year plan for construction of a new building. In 2022, the theater announced plans for a new $75 million complex with a sponsorship from Associated Bank.

Milwaukee Rep officials said the theater is the largest performing arts center in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the country with 300,000 Stake Online Live Casinoannual visitors. A dedicated Herzfeld Foundation Education & Engagement Center will serve more than 20,000 theater students, officials said.