REVIEW: 'Drunken City" - Comedy, Tragedy, and Yeah, Life’s Tough But Whatevs


Dark & Stormy employs some heavy hitters in service of a light comedy, and Dominic Orlando wonders if that's enough.

An open letter about the premiere of "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" in Minneapolis


Does Minnesota know itself well enough to responsibly produce a show like Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson?

Our Civic Duty

What starts off as an attempt to do our civic duty quickly devolves into petty complaining about Broadway.

Reviewing the reviews: What's in a space?


Theater folks love their nontraditional spaces, but are they always an asset to the art?

Playlist profile: Kris L. Nelson

"When I’m playing a big emotional moment at Ten Thousand Things, I feel big enough to fill the Guthrie, I just don’t have to."

BLOG: Little Medallion/Statue Thingies

The Tony nominations have been out for a month. I guess it's time to figure out what they mean.

REVIEW: 'The Three Musketeers' and 'Dirt Sticks'


Everyone from Joseph Campbell to Bertolt Brecht to Dominic's Aunt Rose weighs in on two new, heroic productions.

BLOG: We're Building Stuff!

The Green Line is coming on line soon. Will it make or break St. Paul's new arts district?

A control freak's guide to collaboration


Working with others doesn't always come easily for writers, but if you want to be in theater you'd better get over it.

REVIEW: 'Behind the Eye' at Park Square


A new exploration of an unsung artist is flawed, and that's a good thing. The gender balance of local critics is also flawed, and that's not as good.