by Nathan Bergstedt • Mar. 30
A small-town theater company treks to the Twin Cities and learns a bit about itself along the way.
by Ira Brooker • Mar. 28
A reader wonders who a review of 'Othello' was meant for, and it's not an easy answer.
by Charles Campbell • Mar. 26
Charles Campbell's exploration of artistic change continues with an embrace of weirdness. Also, soup metaphors.
by Derek Lee Miller • Mar. 25
Innovation | Tradition | Vision
Getting paid and doing Shakespeare (not necessarily related).
by Dominic Orlando • Mar. 21
Does Peter Rothstein's new production capture the secret darkness of an oft-underestimated classic?
by Maggie K. Sotos • Mar. 18
A sweet, unscripted onstage act breaks the fourth wall and makes headlines, and that's a problem.
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While we're talking about equitable representation in theater, pricing is getting dynamic.
by Derek Lee Miller • Mar. 16
How much can an actor expect to earn in the Twin Cities? Let's see what we can find.
by Tane S. Danger • Mar. 12
Creative placemaking is all the rage, but who gets to decide what's best for a neighborhood?
by Derek Lee Miller • Mar. 11
Innovation | Management
The struggle to find the spaces to perform in continues. (Also, what not to do when adapting Shakespeare.)
See it this week at Illusion Theater in Minneapolis. Presented by Green T Productions.
Ben Layne directed Shakespeare Apocalypse: A New Musical playing at Theatre in the Round this month.
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