The Academy is setting itself up for some stark choices.
The Jungle chose a fitting time to bring back this dark and poetic show.
Visual reflection on Mu Performing Arts' production of Flower Drum Song
Throwback Mar 2009: Macalester Professor and actor Harry Waters Jr. cares less about what plays you pick than he does about how you choose to do them.
A welcome message from Playlist's new owner Damon Runnals
A condensed take on the classic opera is visceral and real.
Tackling an Oscar Wilde classic, Four Humors finds laughter, little more.
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Marie, the young queen of France, lives in a society of extravagance and artifice. But when revolution brews, can the doomed elite help who …
A father struggles to maintain his religious and cultural traditions under the persecution of a tsar. Performed in TTT's hallmark style with …
Bill Corbett, Patrick Coyle, Ali Selim,and Rob Perez have each seen their visions come alive on the big screen.
From the birth of the NEA to the battle fields in Minnesota, Patrick Scully explains the "Culture Wars" coherently, vividly, and quickly.
By the mid-90s, the Twin Cities suddenly appeared to be crawling with scrappy, spunky, young, and tiny independent new theaters. Carolyn Pool dove right in.
Mixed Blood, Penumbra, August Wilson, New York, the Guthrie, Pillsbury House; Faye Price is on quite a journey.
Lighting designer Marcus Dillard steps out from behind the scenes to share his recollections. "The technology is changing everything constantly."
The prolific, ubiquitous, droll, jocular, successful and local playwright Jeffrey Hatcher sits for a video interview on the state of playwrighting.
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