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Working at the Modjeska

Jerry Konz now lives in Sheboygan, but he reminisces fondly on his time working at the Modjeska Theater in Milwaukee. “Sometimes, certain dates stick in your mind,” says Konz. “On Oct. 12, 1963, I went downtown to get a work permit and was hired on the spot.” Jerry worked at the Modjeska from October, 1963

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Withstanding the Test of Time

The Modjeska Theater (1134 W. Mitchell Street) officially opened its doors to patrons in 1910, serving as one of Milwaukee’s premier vaudeville outlets. Named after the Polish actress Helena Modjeska (1840-1909) who specialized in Shakespearean roles, the theater catered to the Polish-American community in the city. First built with 840 seats, the theater was replaced

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