Patch is getting ready for Labor Day with a project to profile local workers and the jobs they do. Tell us who we should talk to!
Whether you're working 9 to 5 or making a living with an unusual job you never dreamed you'd be doing, Patch wants to know about the hardest workers and most interesting jobs in Muskego. Every Patch across the country is participating in a project called "The Way We Work." We're looking for local workers to profile. Tell us what makes them special. Please share your nominees in the comments section below or send an email to Editor Denise Konkol. We'll publish "The Way We Work" stories on our sites toward the end of August.
The school's Performing Arts Center will host "Anything Goes" from February 24th-27th.
Muskego High School isn't afraid to tackle a Broadway classic for its annual spring musical. This year, students will present Cole Porter's Anything Goes from Feb. 24-27. The play tells the story of an ocean liner traveling from New York to London. Director Matt Wanner, choir director for Muskego High School, says the choice of Anything Goes was a deliberate one. "Last year, we did Les Miserables, which is a wonderful play, but quite a downer," he said. "We wanted to pick something that would be a little more upbeat and a little more fun this year. Anything Goes is just fun, classic American musical theatre, and it gives the kids the chance to have some fun and dance." Auditions were held last Thanksgiving, and over 100 students tried out…