Posted Oct. 29
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This week, we'll trot around the world looking for good news and somehow wind up back home.
by Tim Uren • Oct. 27
Entertaining an audience is one thing. Scaring the crap out of them is something else entirely.
by Alana Horton • Oct. 24
'Maple and Vine' and 'This Is A World To Live In' offer very different takes on modernity and nostalgia.
Posted Oct. 22
News and notes | Innovation | Process | Production
The Lion King hits a billion dollars. Then there's the rest of us.
by Paul de Cordova • Oct. 21
Our new feature kicks off with esteemed actor Gary Briggle discussing his life on stage.
by Shannon Forney • Oct. 17
The Guthrie isn't the first place you expect puppets, whimsy or regional humor. That made this fish story all the nicer.
Posted Oct. 15
News and notes | Criticism | Management | Tradition
Sometimes companies die. Sometimes they cheat death and come back to us.
by Josh Cragun • Oct. 13
As the arts world embraces independence, Josh Cragun looks to punk rock and Bandcamp as models for the future of theater.
Posted Oct. 8
News and notes | Tradition
Halloween is coming. Are you prepared?
by Ira Brooker • Oct. 7
A search for scary theater begins with Workhaus Collective's atmospheric New Orleans story.
See it this week at The Warren Artist Habitat in Minneapolis. Presented by Workhouse Theatre.
Joe Hendren directed A Man for All Seasons playing at Open Window Theatre this month.
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