Interview by Paul de Cordova July 6, 2014
"I’m an interpreter. So what keeps me going is interpreting the fabulous things. To bring truth to it. It also stretches me. I always find out something about myself that I didn’t know before."
Review by Marya Hornbacher July 2, 2014
The Jungle's "The Heiress" inspires Marya to smash apart the idea of the chestnut and explore the genius of Henry James through a great adaptation of James' least favorite novel.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 30, 2014
A conversation over a beer with someone about News and Notes and the state of theatre journalism.
by Suzi Larkin and Lindsay Zumbrunnen Guetzkow June 25, 2014
In Watertown, Minnesota, playwrights of all ages get a chance to shine.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 23, 2014
The Artistic Director position at the Guthrie is officially up for grabs. I will answer the call.
by Ira Brooker June 22, 2014
Playlist editor Ira Brooker drops some thanks and gets a little weepy on his way out the door.
Review by Dominic Orlando June 19, 2014
The much-discussed musical comes wrapped in controversy, but its problems run even deeper - or shallower - than that.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 16, 2014
One of the regional theater players died this week. What does it mean?
by Ira Brooker June 15, 2014
The weather did its damnedest to douse this year's Spark, but a non-optimal experience isn't necessarily a bad one.
Review by Marya Hornbacher June 11, 2014
In 1988 'Our Country's Good' was hailed as "a modern classic." It's not 1988 anymore.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller June 9, 2014
Every reason why you should hate the Tonys and never watch them again.
by Billie Jo Konze June 7, 2014
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 by Dominic Orlando June 4, 2014
Dark & Stormy employs some heavy hitters in service of a light comedy, and Dominic Orlando wonders if that's enough.
by Rhiana Yazzie June 3, 2014
by Derek Lee Miller June 2, 2014
What starts off as an attempt to do our civic duty quickly devolves into petty complaining about Broadway. But it manages to turn around at the end. Kind of.
by Ira Brooker June 1, 2014
Theater folks love their nontraditional spaces, but are they always an asset to the art?
Interview by Paul de Cordova May 27, 2014
"When I’m playing a big emotional moment at Ten Thousand Things, I feel big enough to fill the Guthrie, I just don’t have to."
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 26, 2014
The Tony nominations have been out for a month. I guess it's time to figure out what they mean. Also, how do you know if it's time to call it quits?
Review by Dominic Orlando May 21, 2014
Everyone from Joseph Campbell to Bertolt Brecht to Dominic's Aunt Rose weighs in on two new, heroic productions.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller May 19, 2014
The Green Line is coming on line soon. Will it make or break St. Paul's new arts district?
Also, Miss Saigon didn't go anywhere...
by Gemma Irish May 17, 2014
Working with others doesn't always come easily for writers, but if you want to be in theater you'd better get over it.