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Review: Smooth sailing for AFT shipping saga 'Windjammers'

4:57 PM, Jun. 25, 2013
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Batten down the hatches - American Folklore Theatre's new original musical "Windjammers" set sail this month, giving audiences a glimpse into the lives of Great Lakes cargo ship sailors.

The show, which takes place in the mid- to late 1800s, follows the wooden schooner Windjammer on its journey through the Great Lakes, carrying cargo like wheat and coal from port to port. It starts with the ship docking in Milwaukee and mentions stops in Manitowoc and Escanaba, as well as Port Des Morts or Death's Door. AFT's "theatre under the stars" in Peninsula State Park offers a perfect backdrop for this ...

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