by Nancy Ruyle-Paul • Jul. 21
A divisive production raises the question of what value reviews have for artists and audiences.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 17
"Our zombies are trained to show restraint towards audience members."
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 12
Is Savage Umbrella's Dust Bowl drama up your alley?
by Matthew Glover • Jul. 8
A veteran performer keeps finds thrilling newness in a show he knows by heart.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jul. 4
Park Square Executive Director C. Michael-jon Pease provides evidence for 'Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club.'
by Sheila Smith • Jul. 3
Minnesota Citizens for the Arts breaks down some controversial changes to arts funding in the state.
Posted Jul. 2
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Advice on involving yourself in the Twin Cities theatre community, employment and the British theatre, and fringe, fringe, fringe!
by Ira Brooker • Jun. 27
A production of 'If You Give a Mouse a Cookie' helps my son leap a few hurdles of art appreciation.
Posted Jun. 25
In which Joshua reacts to the new Minnesota State Arts Board grant restrictions.
by Robert Sanborn • Jun. 23
Original theater, music, film, poetry and more take their bows under multiple roofs in downtown Rochester.
See it this week at Artspace at the Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art in Minneapolis. Presented by Dark & Stormy Productions.
Mel Day assistant directs The Receptionist playing at Artspace at the Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art this month.
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