Kohl’s Wild Theater, a partnership between Kohl’s Cares® and the Zoological Society of Milwaukee, will start its sixth season at the Milwaukee County Zoo on May 28. The staged plays and other theatrical offerings are made possible by a $1.5 million multi-year grant from Kohl’s Cares, the philanthropic program of Kohl’s.
The four Kohl’s Wild Theater professionally staged plays include:
- The Wonderful Lizard of ooZ, a performance that highlights the importance of keeping pet frogs in their terrariums.
- The Mysterious Case of the Disappearing Bees, an interactive play that uncovers clues about a yellow-banded bumblebee.
- The Treasure of the Sea, an ocean adventure that educates families about the importance of eating sustainable seafood.
- Journey to the Rich Coast, a musical migration that follows the path of two Wisconsin birds.
Kohl’s Wild Theater performances are free to all zoo attendees. Kids that attend each show — as well as interactive skits performed at various exhibits — can get a KWT “passport” stamped and receive a prize.
Kohl’s Wild Theater performances run Saturday, May 28, through Monday, Sept. 5, with four different 15-minute shows daily.
Go to wildtheater.org or call 414-258-2333 for more information.