by Matthew Foster • Aug. 1
A longtime Fringe staffer finally allows himself to have public opinions about shows.
by Derek Lee Miller • Jul. 29
Management | Vision
Is audience participation the wave of the future, or just another pothole on the bumpy road to audience engagement?
by Alan M. Berks • Jul. 28
At the Fringe Festival, as in life, you can’t experience everything. Read this article to help build your plan of attack.
by Derek Lee Miller • Jul. 22
Here's some things that I think Minnesota is doing well.
by Dawn Brodey • Jul. 21
In a few weeks, should you try to trek across town in 25 minutes to see that Fringe show with the great plot line but a few bad reviews? Get answers here.
by Marya Hornbacher • Jul. 18
Through sound and singular ensemble movement, Black Label Movement's "Wreck" thrills and scares their audience with the performance of a ship going under.
by Derek Lee Miller • Jul. 15
The Knight Arts Challenge announces its finalists for the millions of dollars that will rain down on St. Paul.
by Ira Brooker • Jul. 14
Ira thinks he may have seen the most 'important' stand-up comedy set around and regrets that its value as theater may overshadow its pure funny.
by Derek Lee Miller • Jul. 8
Should we go about pruning back the number of arts organizations out there?
by Paul de Cordova • Jul. 7
Tradition | Training | Vision
"So what keeps me going is interpreting the fabulous things. To bring truth to it. It also stretches me."
See it this week at Commonweal Theatre Co. in Lanesboro. Presented by Commonweal Theatre Co..
Andrew Troth produces Blood Brothers playing at Ames Center this month.
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