by Laurie Flanigan Hegge February 16, 2013
An essay on theatrical biodiversity gets Laurie Flanigan Hegge thinking about "farm-to-table" productions on the Minnesota scene.
by Ira Brooker February 13, 2013
Writer and actor Sam Landman's sardonic #AuditionNotice tweets help local theater folk laugh through the pain.
Breaking news by Joshua Humphrey February 12, 2013
by Laura Holway February 10, 2013
Chris Schlichting's "Matching Drapes" at Red Eye makes our reviewer ponder the way she watches dance performances.
Review by Laura Holway February 6, 2013
Unorthodox dance in an unexpected environment made Jaime Carrera's "Outlet" festival an immersive experience for reviewer Laura Holway.
Breaking news by Mo Perry February 5, 2013
by Dawn Brodey February 3, 2013
If you believe Hollywood, theater folks are nothing but backstabbing, heavy-drinking malcontents. Dawn Brodey takes issue with that... sort of.
by Levi Weinhagen February 3, 2013
Review by Bartley Stratton January 30, 2013
John Patrick Shanley's modern classic gets the operatic treatment at the Ordway. Bartley Stratton says little is lost in translation.
Breaking news by Mo Perry January 29, 2013
by Ira Brooker January 27, 2013
Watching bad movies is a time-honored tradition. Is there a similar niche for transcendently terrible theater?
by Dean J. Seal January 23, 2013
"I am Anne Frank" and Vanessa Gamble return to Minneapolis, and Dean J. Seal says the story of redemption hits as hard as ever.
Breaking news by Mo Perry January 22, 2013
by Brian O Neal January 20, 2013
Lots of folks go to the theater to have their heartstrings tugged or their funnybones tickled, but sometimes it's just as valuable to have your stomach turned.
Review by Matt Berg January 16, 2013
Theatre in the Round chose a less-than-celebratory subject for its milestone 500th production, but Matt Berg says "Rabbit Hole" may suit the occasion better than you'd think.
Breaking news by Mo Perry January 15, 2013
by Matt Dawson January 13, 2013
Having a kid effectively kills your creative life, right? Matt Dawson thinks that's true, provided you didn't have much of a creative life to begin with.
by Butch Roy January 10, 2013
Improv performer and producer Butch Roy has learned that there's a world of difference between being on stage and working behind the scenes. Here he explores two sides of the theatrical coin.
Breaking news by Mo Perry January 8, 2013
by Ira Brooker January 6, 2013
While books, music and movies scramble to adapt to the age of torrents, theater enjoys its unique niche as a virtually pirate-proof art form.
Breaking news by Mo Perry January 3, 2013