Posted Jun. 25
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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.
by Meryl • Jun. 20
In a social world, the boundaries of theater are forever shifting. Be sure you know where they are before you share.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jun. 20
A play with extra-artsy roots matches up against one with a more scientific grounding this week.
Posted Jun. 18
Jeff Larson is named Executive Director of the Minnesota Fringe, audience rudeness appears on the rise, and notes on sustainability in theatre and film.
by Ira Brooker • Jun. 17
The peculiar power of puppetry at Open Eye Figure Theatre spawns a new fan for local theater.
by MinnesotaPlaylist • Jun. 13
It's a battle of battles as we hear the cases for 'Human Combat Chess' and 'God of Carnage.'
by David Walbridge • Jun. 12
Dave Walbridge actually makes money writing plays. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Posted Jun. 11
Neil Patrick Harris and a historic night at the Tonys, GiveMN ups their transaction fee, and a glimpse at Big Theatre.
by Dawn Brodey • Jun. 9
For all their common ground, film and theater are different worlds. Dawn Brodey examines why.
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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