by Alan M. Berks December 7, 2015
If you can't find the right present this holiday season, consider giving offense.
by MinnesotaPlaylist December 2, 2015
Six directors discuss who they bring into the room with them.
Join us January 9 for another excuse to get together as a community.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 1, 2015
New allegations in the 30-year-old CTC scandal.
by Steven LaVigne November 30, 2015
Five classics you can put on your stage tomorrow (utilizing sets from musicals you've already done).
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 24, 2015
One theater's plans to move can have affect the whole Twin Cities landscape.
Review by Sophie Kerman November 23, 2015
Relearning how to laugh for no reason can also be a valuable lesson.
Review by Lisa Hu November 18, 2015
What happens when you put dry public policy in the room with funny improv people? Lisa Hu reviews.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 16, 2015
More money and casting controversaries run wild lead this week's news and notes.
by Chris Boucher November 16, 2015
A young businessman proposes a radical new idea. We want your feedback.
Review by Becca Hart November 13, 2015
What if a review came entirely in the form of a picture (or two)?
Review by Ira Brooker November 11, 2015
Is there room for a new interpretation of The Wizard of Oz?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 9, 2015
Big trends in the national scene, late-breaking Fringe news and all the giving you can handle.
by MinnesotaPlaylist November 9, 2015
In episode 6, our six directors discuss some of their favorite directing moments.
by John Middleton November 5, 2015
John will make this cocktail for you at the Opening of the show it describes.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller November 3, 2015
A landmark theater is available to the right buyer, and plenty of stuff that people are mad about.
by Steven LaVigne November 2, 2015
For your consideration, the author presents some classic musicals due for revival.
by John Middleton October 29, 2015
Enjoy this new John Middleton-designed cocktail with your Twin Cities Horror Fest shows this weekend.
Review by Lisa Hu October 28, 2015
An Octoroon feels too long and erratic to be as provocative as it wants to be.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 27, 2015
Opinions fly round the internet on Shakespeare, Equity, Diversity, and The Bodyguard.
Review by Ira Brooker October 26, 2015
This year's Twin Cities Horror Fest may be the best yet. Read Ira's capsule reviews.