Exploring change for the awkward arts zealot: Global


Charles Campbell's exploration of artistic change continues with an embrace of weirdness. Also, soup metaphors.

BLOG: Dollars and Bills

Innovation | Tradition | Vision

Getting paid and doing Shakespeare (not necessarily related).

REVIEW: 'Our Town' at Theater Latte Da


Does Peter Rothstein's new production capture the secret darkness of an oft-underestimated classic?

The show must go on, so shut the hell up and get it done


A sweet, unscripted onstage act breaks the fourth wall and makes headlines, and that's a problem.

BLOG: Talking About Equity in the Arts

Posted Mar. 17

News and notes |

While we're talking about equitable representation in theater, pricing is getting dynamic.

An Actor's Paycheck in the Twin Cities


How much can an actor expect to earn in the Twin Cities? Let's see what we can find.

Are we all doomed to be yuppies?


Creative placemaking is all the rage, but who gets to decide what's best for a neighborhood?

BLOG: Space Quest!

Innovation | Management

The struggle to find the spaces to perform in continues. (Also, what not to do when adapting Shakespeare.)

A view from the road: Toronto


A local artist heads to Toronto's SummerWorks festival to see how the Twin Cities scene stacks up against some of Canada's finest.

REVIEW: Late to the party: Three plays that opened In February


Dominic Orlando digs into 'Tristan & Yseult,' 'Shakespeare’s Will' and 'The Ballad of Emmett Till.'