Follow me on a tour of Fringe's 10pm time slot.
In which we explore what it means to fringe by venue.
Why Do They Do It?
Initial Confessions from a Virgin Blogger
Question: When does 1+1+1=1? Answer: August 1st.
It's not that kind of gig
Posted Jul. 2
News and notes |
Advice on involving yourself in the Twin Cities theatre community, employment and the British theatre, and fringe, fringe, fringe!
Posted Jun. 25
In which Joshua reacts to the new Minnesota State Arts Board grant restrictions.
Posted Jun. 18
Jeff Larson is named Executive Director of the Minnesota Fringe, audience rudeness appears on the rise, and notes on sustainability in theatre and film.
Posted Jun. 11
Neil Patrick Harris and a historic night at the Tonys, GiveMN ups their transaction fee, and a glimpse at Big Theatre.
Posted Jun. 4
Thoughts on innovation in art, critics being too soft, and loving problematic plays.
Posted May. 28
Diversification in its many forms, questions from the Guardian, and a performance piece that gets a reaction.
Posted May. 21
We talk bullying in the arts, app creation, and Kevin Williamson's stand against a googling audience member.
Posted May. 14
The old Playlist is up and running, but this might be only temporary ...
Chris Kluwe's fringe fundraiser appearance, talking about Kickstarter, and the media's effect on a production.
Posted May. 7
A controversy with a Tony Award nominee, the case for arts funding in the U.K., and a 24 hour musical workshop!
Posted Apr. 30
We touch on local theatre business concerns, an issue of credit, and evil in the Scottish Play.
Posted Apr. 23
Theatre and its effect on my mentality, criticism at the community theatre level, and Orphans takes the stage to mixed responses from an audience.
Posted Apr. 16
The Guthrie has announced its new season, exploring the definition of "storefront theatre," and a look at Romeo and Juliet through multiple lenses.
Posted Apr. 9
News and notes | Criticism
The death of film critic Roger Ebert and HowlRound's criticism week, tips for actors, and making theatre more like rock shows.
Posted Apr. 1
World Theatre Day, more Spanish theatre problems, a hubbub over length, and two farewells
Posted Mar. 25
Freshwater Theatre does Dungeons & Dragons, why your script was rejected, and doing what you love on weekends.
Posted Mar. 18
Thoughts on hating theatre, exploration of the new U.K. campaign on why theatre matters, and shout-outs to Katie Ka Vang and Stanislavski.
Posted Mar. 11
We explore a possible ban of smoking onstage, a horrific attack on the Bolshoi Ballet's artistic director, and updates to previous news items.
Posted Mar. 4
Arts Advocacy Day is upon us, and Joshua Humphrey thinks we can all do our part to support and improve the Minnesota arts scene.
See it this week at Wabasha Street Caves in St. Paul. Presented by The Producing House.
Mel Day assistant directs The Receptionist playing at Artspace at the Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art this month.
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