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Soul Review

Saturday, February 19 at 7 p.m. | Studio Theatre

Soul Review, a one-night-only cabaret, will be presented on Saturday, February 19 at 7 p.m. The show stars three of Skylight’s favorite performers, Raven Dockery, Shawn Holmes, and Kevin James Sievert singing with an on-stage band, live in the Studio Theater at the Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward.

Soul Review features songs by Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Earth Wind and Fire and Stevie Wonder, among others. The three performers are longtime friends who have often worked together on the Skylight stage.

The trio will be accompanied by a three-piece band of piano, guitar and percussion led by Paul Sucherman.

Location: Studio Theater in the Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway, Milwaukee, WI. 53202.

Time: Doors open 6:30 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m.

Length: 75 minutes

Soul Review is Pay-what-you-wish, with a suggested amount of $20. General admission seating.

Tickets available in advance or prior to showtime at the Broadway Theatre Center Box Office. Call (414) 291-7800, visit 158 N. Broadway, Monday – Saturday, from noon - 6 p.m. or email

Safety protocols in effect: Skylight Music Theatre requires proof of vaccination or negative Covid test within 72 hours of performance for all audience members ages 12 and up.

Skylight requires audiences to be masked at all times while indoors, regardless of vaccination status. For up-to-date information, please visit

The Skylight Bar & Bistro, located on the second floor of the Broadway Theatre Center, will be open one hour before and one hour after the Soul Review cabaret. Skylight Bar & Bistro is operated by Sabrosa Cafe & Gallery. More information about Skylight Bar & Bistro is here.

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Soul Review Cast

Raven Dockery was last seen at Skylight Music Theatre in Little Shop of Horrors as Ronette. Other Skylight roles include Ismene in The Gospel at Colonus, Lula Buffington in Violet, Velma in Crowns, Asaka in Once on this Island and Dionne in Hair. Dockery appeared in the KidsWrites: Me, Myself and I tour and Raven and Ryan on Shuffle, a part of the Cabaret Series. She is a teaching and performing artist. Dockery performed with Paramount Theatre, Barn Theatre, First Stage and Milwaukee Rep. She received her Bachelors in Fine Arts from UW-Milwaukee and her Masters in Music from Carthage College. Raven currently teaches at Carthage College and is also a licensed cosmetologist.

Shawn Holmes was last seen at Skylight Music Theatre in The Full Monty. In addition to Skylight, Holmes has performed throughout Wisconsin at Florentine Opera, First Stage, Middleton Players Theatre, Black Arts MKE, and Four Seasons Theatre. Favorite roles include: Coalhouse Walker Jr. from Ragtime (winner of best actor in a musical - Broadway World), Sebastian the Crab in Disney’s The Little Mermaid, and Jacob in La Cage aux Folles at Skylight (winner of Best Supporting Actor in a musical - Footlight Awards). 

Kevin James Sievert is an actor, singer, choreographer and musician based in Wisconsin. Sievert has been seen previously in Skylight Music Theatre’s productions of Little Shop of Horrors, Hot Mikado, Urinetown, Disney’s Newsies, The Gospel at Colonus and Five Guys Named Moe as Little Moe. Other Milwaukee credits include Carrie: The Musical with Outskirts Theatre and has served as choreographer for Waukesha South’s 2020 production of Pippin.

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