Review by Ira Brooker October 28, 2014
A trio of Horror Festival shows bring on the blood and guts in very different fashions.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 26, 2014
Watching theatre is good for kids, it's not so hard for liberal arts majors to get a job, and other things we desperately want to be true.
Review by Ira Brooker October 26, 2014
'Doll Collection' is Ira's highlight of the Horror Festival so far, but if creepiness isn't your thing, then stay for the dance or comedy.
by Christopher Kehoe October 25, 2014
Our big Indiegogo match-maker is more energized by what you give.
by Mark Sweeney October 22, 2014
Theater on the green line? For 200 people? What is this moving theater people keep making? Who is Green Line Theater?
Review by Matthew Foster October 21, 2014
"People wish to be useful more than they desire to be rich. We are hardwired to make meaningful contributions to the lives of those around us."
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 20, 2014
Minneapolis/St. Paul is voted the second-best theater scene in the country (even if Mike Daisey says the theater world is falling apart).
Interview by Adia Morris October 19, 2014
The dance and theater communities in the Twin Cities are like the Twin Cities--connected yet oddly separated. Let's build a bridge across the river divide starting with this interview with an outspoken leader.
Review by Dominic Orlando October 15, 2014
You may think you've seen enough of this play. You'll want to see this version anyway.
Review by Alan M. Berks October 15, 2014
Review by Sophie Kerman October 14, 2014
Katherine Glover attempts to tackle an enormous, thorny, provocative topic in her newest play, but the topic wiggles out her grasp.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 13, 2014
Another LORT theater goes down. RIP Georgia Shakespeare. Now, what can we learn from it?
Interview by Paul de Cordova October 12, 2014
We've got a globe-trotting, Twin Cities improv and theater Ambassador in our midst. You should know her better.
Review by Ira Brooker October 8, 2014
It's a play about how things work, but Ira can't figure out how it works. He only knows that it does.
Review by Dominic Orlando October 7, 2014
In idyllic Lanesboro, MN, 13 actors make Stoppard's 3 hour play an effortless trip through time.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller October 6, 2014
Horror, recovery, 99 seat problems, and other things. It's a grab bag this week as we hurtle into fall.
by Alan M. Berks October 5, 2014
We've been challenged to invest in even better arts journalism. Read about what means. (Deadline is Tuesday at midnight.)
Review by Sophie Kerman October 2, 2014
In her 1st review for us, Sophie Kerman is engrossed in a play even though she suspects it isn't up to Walking Shadow's standards.
Review by Dominic Orlando September 30, 2014
Flying Foot Forum's new "Alice in Wonderland" is "an object lesson in how performance itself can hold us suspended even when character and plot have left the field."
by MinnesotaPlaylist September 28, 2014
For your amusement, we compiled a few of outtakes from the Indiegogo campaign video we made. Happy Monday!
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller September 28, 2014
See the winners of the Knight Arts Challenge. Also, how well are we tackling the Top Ten Most Produced Plays?