An in depth look at the Minnesota Theater Alliance Statewide Theater Conference
“Irving Berlin’s Music Box Revue 1921” struggles to keep itself inflated
Ye Gods, people, just go see this show!
An essay on traditions and other weird things
We all have a responsibility
Minnesota Opera offers a masterful production
Ever since her mother killed her father, Electra's life has gone from bad to worse. Now, she's plotting revenge with the help of a mysterious …
When the weight of the world lies shattered on the ground, and you find yourself at a loss for….. what then…? Supported by music from …
Before RENT, Jonathan Larson created Tick, Tick…Boom! It’s the story of Jon, a composer who thinks he might have made the wrong career …
THE WEIR is an Olivier Award winning Irish play written by Conor McPherson that deals with paranormal happenings in an old bar somewhere near …
Responses to Václav Havel's view of the artist's job.
Someone once said to me that all plays are at the very core about something, the question is whether or not that something actually matters.
Are money and art compatible? (No. No, they're not.)
Entertaining an audience is one thing. Scaring the crap out of them is something else entirely.
Our new feature kicks off with esteemed actor Gary Briggle discussing his life on stage.
In episode four, our roundtable of directors considers auditions.
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