by Katharine Horowitz June 14, 2015
Local sound designer Katherine Horowitz looks into what kind of support sound designers get.
Review by Matthew Foster June 10, 2015
Gremlin's new plays, powered by the actors, causes the critic to feel things.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 9, 2015
A record-setting year for women at the Tony Awards, and you'd never know it if you watched.
Interview by Paul de Cordova June 7, 2015
With the hubbub of transition in the air, did you miss this significant change at Great River Shakespeare?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 2, 2015
The leadership changes just keep on coming.
Review by Sophie Kerman May 31, 2015
Joe Dowling exits the Guthrie with the play that helped launch his American career.
Video by Adia Morris May 31, 2015
The story of Black Americans during the reconstruction--presented on ice skates.
Review by John Middleton May 28, 2015
Some plays, like this old-fashioned cocktail, should be savored.
Review by Sophie Kerman May 27, 2015
Sandbox creates a whole new world in Park Square's new space.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 26, 2015
Arts money gets hit by accident as our elected officials punch each other with legislation.
Review by Ira Brooker May 21, 2015
This ambitious new work fires lots of bullets. Some of them miss their mark.
Review by Lisa Hu May 20, 2015
Park Square's show explores how words and feelings intertwine.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 19, 2015
News and Notes for the week of May 18 looks at the theater of politics and what they're not doing well at the capitol this week.
by Mark Sweeney May 18, 2015
Twin Cities Song Story gets into the process with Placebase Productions.
Review by Matthew Foster May 14, 2015
One of America's essential artists gets a musical tribute that will satisfy everyone.
Video by Dylan Skybrook May 12, 2015
Dylan discusses the four parts of the latest Zenon performance.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 12, 2015
Banning newspaper critics may backfire, but it won't matter once they're out of business.
Interview by Paul de Cordova May 11, 2015
There's a lot to learn from how Randy Reyes has united the many aspects of his artistic career.
Review by Sophie Kerman May 7, 2015
Though the production values are exceptional, the critic takes exception to the values of the script.
Review by Lisa Hu May 6, 2015
While parallels with today are obvious, it's the detailed insight in this production that resonate.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 4, 2015
The existential crisis of the Film and TV Board. Also, my own existential crisis. Two crises for the price of one!