The space quest continues

One theater's plans to move can affect the whole Twin Cities landscape.

Color (un)conscious

More money and casting controversaries run wild lead this week's news and notes.

Can I tip you?

A young businessman proposes a radical new idea. We want your feedback.

The Wizard that always was and shall be

Is there room for a new interpretation of The Wizard of Oz?

Today’s cover: Virtuoso escapism artists

Relearning how to laugh for no reason can also be a valuable lesson.


Little Women

The story of the March family and the four daughters – pretty Meg, fiery Jo, shy Beth, and romantic Amy – has enthralled readers since …


Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune presented by Casting Spells Productions at Minneapolis Theatre Garage

Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune

Frankie (a waitress) and Johnny (a short-order cook who works in the same restaurant) are in bed after just their first encounter, after having …


Old Log Theatre Presents The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer is a musical with music by Matthew Sklar, lyrics by Chad Beguelin, and a book by Beguelin and Tim Herlihy. It is based …


Sister Act

Chanhassen is pleased to produce another Midwest Premiere!  Direct from Broadway, Sister Act is the feel-amazing musical comedy smash called, …


Agatha Christie's BLACK COFFEE

An English country estate is thrown into chaos when inventor Sir Claud Amory is found murdered and his new earth-shattering formula stolen. …




Techs + Designers

“Mobile technology has redefined how actors interact and how playwrights write ”

— @nytimestheater

Nature Crown at the Dowling Studio of the Guthrie Theater

Steal these moments

In episode 6, our six directors discuss some of their favorite directing moments.

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The New vs. Minnesota

A couple blog posts with theater advice about making it in New York provide unexpected insight into Minnesota.

Penumbra style

While Garrison Keillor seems like Minnesota's essential national representative, don't forget that Penumbra Theatre nurtured the equally famous August Wilson.

The Minnesota Way

Wendy Knox and Bain Boehlke. Michelle Hensley and Lou Bellamy. Do they have anything in common? Quinton Skinner tracks it down.

The dance scene

Decentralized, political, process-oriented, and anti-fashion: Does that sound like the dance you've seen around town?

Too many writers! Too much money!

How are Minnesota playwrights like weeds and kittens? Poole's #2 post considers the unique legacy of the Playwrights' Center. Plus, Craig Wright pipes in.

The missing Minnesota mythos

"We are on the cusp of a change in what Twin Cities theater is, or at least, what it is willing to do."

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