by Mark Sweeney January 12, 2015
You think writing a song is hard? Try doing it alone while performing live.
Blog post by Alan M. Berks January 8, 2015
Join the performing arts community to celebrate the North Star and her artists (and the rebuild of MinnesotaPlaylist.com).
Review by Sophie Kerman January 7, 2015
Hothouse pulls off a great show, and the additional feat of selling it really well. You have one more weekend to see it.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller January 6, 2015
2014 is so over. I'm really into 2015 now. It's this new year. You probably haven't heard of it.
Blog post by Alan M. Berks January 4, 2015
You can surf around, or you can read this article for a quick summary of some of the new features.
If you like knowing the big picture, this Editor's Note is written for you.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 28, 2014
A look back at what News and Notes post in 2014 actually got people to talk to me. Seriously, I'm that lonely.
Review by Dominic Orlando December 24, 2014
End the year full of hope for the future of theater by seeing this group of incredibly talented young artists.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 22, 2014
Raise a glass to the fact that there's still a theatre scene to worry about. Celebrate! You're still here!
by Alan M. Berks December 21, 2014
Santa, or Father Time, prepares to deliver the Minnesota theater community a souped up new website.
Review by Matthew Foster December 18, 2014
4000 Miles travels a long distance, led by the Grandma of Your Lefty Political Dreams, only to get not very far along.
Review by Sophie Kerman December 16, 2014
Exceptional ensemble acting turns a "workshop" into a master class on how to transform naturalism into classic theater.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 14, 2014
If you're the type who celebrates winter by drinking in a bar, then have we got something for you!
by Mark Sweeney December 14, 2014
How do you take musical talent and storytelling passion and make it into a song for a musical with a biblical plot? Find out in this podcast.
Review by Dominic Orlando December 11, 2014
A well-executed play about a man who weighs 500 pounds somehow sets up expectations of a realistic play that it fails to satisfy.
Review by Sophie Kerman December 9, 2014
An excellent production from a new company is overshadowed by current events.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 8, 2014
Sure, we can dish about Peter Pan or big grant money, but I want to talk about a critic who stopped writing 20 years ago.
Interview by Paul de Cordova December 7, 2014
John Miller is a familiar name to any actor who’s ever wanted to be in a play at the Guthrie. Read about his past, the future, and what he likes in collaborators.
by E.J. Subkoviak December 4, 2014
Gus Lynch made a huge impression, in so many ways, on everyone who met him.
Review by Ira Brooker December 2, 2014
As the first act becomes the second, a creeping sense of familiarity may or may not provide you with a satisfying experience.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller December 1, 2014
The Boy Who Never Grew Up is hot right now, and we're trying to pick our way past the uglier parts of his story.