REVIEW: 'Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson' at The New Century Theatre


The much-discussed musical comes wrapped in controversy, but its problems run even deeper - or shallower - than that.

BLOG: LORT House Down

One of the regional theater players died this week. What does it mean?

Northern Spark in the rain: a journey


The weather did its damnedest to douse this year's Spark, but a non-optimal experience isn't necessarily a bad one.

REVIEW: 'Our Country's Good' at The Guthrie


In 1988 'Our Country's Good' was hailed as "a modern classic." It's not 1988 anymore.

BLOG: It's Time to Hate the Tonys

Every reason why you should hate the Tonys and never watch them again.

Acting without pay: A one-woman debate


Is taking unpaid work a harsh fact of acting or a betrayal of the art? One actress tries to sort it out with herself.

REVIEW: 'Drunken City" - Comedy, Tragedy, and Yeah, Life’s Tough But Whatevs


Dark & Stormy employs some heavy hitters in service of a light comedy, and Dominic Orlando wonders if that's enough.

An open letter about the premiere of "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" in Minneapolis


Does Minnesota know itself well enough to responsibly produce a show like Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson?

Our Civic Duty

What starts off as an attempt to do our civic duty quickly devolves into petty complaining about Broadway.

Reviewing the reviews: What's in a space?


Theater folks love their nontraditional spaces, but are they always an asset to the art?